Original Etching - Deer and Moon, by Potawatomi Artist Woody Crumbo

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Woodrow Wilson Crumbo Potawatomi Painter and Printmaker
  • Category: Prints
  • Origin: Potawatomi Nation
  • Medium: Woody Crumbo Art C3806.01
  • Size: unframed
    Plate 3-⅞” x 5-⅜”;
    Exposed image 5” x 6-⅞”;
    Matting 20” x 16”
  • Item # C3806.01
  • Price: $300.00

Potawatomi Artist Woody Crumbo is a collectible Native American artist. He did create silkscreens and etchings of his original work to make his creations very affordable to collectors around the world.

In the late 1970s, Woodrow Wilson Crumbo (1912-1989) Woody Crumbo would pack up his silkscreen prints and etchings and sell them from the back of his van. He was very friendly and would chat with anyone who stopped by his van. That visitor inevitably left the conversation with one or more prints in his hand.

Deer and Moon is a copper plate etching issued in an edition of 200 copies.  This copy is numbered 137 of 200. It is signed in lower right in the artist’s hand.  It is believed that it was issued in the 1970s when Crumbo lived in Oklahoma.


Condition: this Original Etching by Woody Crumbo - Deer and Moon is matted and shrink wrapped in original condition

Provenance: from the collection of an Albuquerque resident

Recommended Reading: Uprising! Woody Crumbo’s Indian Art by Robert Perry

Related Links: Southwest Indian Prints, Fine Art Native American Paintings, Woody Crumbo, Potawatomi Nation

 

Woodrow Wilson Crumbo Potawatomi Painter and Printmaker
  • Category: Prints
  • Origin: Potawatomi Nation
  • Medium: Woody Crumbo Art C3806.01
  • Size: unframed
    Plate 3-⅞” x 5-⅜”;
    Exposed image 5” x 6-⅞”;
    Matting 20” x 16”
  • Item # C3806.01
  • Price: $300.00

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