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Original Painting of Fictional Creatures [SOLD]

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Acee Blue Eagle (1909-1959)
  • Category: Paintings
  • Origin: Creek Nation
  • Medium: casein
  • Size: 14” x 25” image
  • Item # C3224AB
  • SOLD

Acee Blue Eagle (1909-1959) signature

A typed note on the original brown paper on verso of this painting states:

A typed note on the original brown paper on verso of these painting states:   “In the origin stories of the Indians they mention the pre-historic animals, each of giant proportions.  The water turkey was adored by the Indians and to this day, feathers are still used in their sacred ceremonies.  “This painting is a perfection of the elements.  The swirling lines are the movements of the wind.  The piled up clouds releasing rain on symbols of the high mountains—the growing grass and the sun that caused its growth, and the female moon at the top center—the symbol of fertility.”

"In the origin stories of the Indians they mention the pre-historic animals, each of giant proportions. The water turkey was adored by the Indians and to this day, feathers are still used in their sacred ceremonies.

 

"This painting is a perfection of the elements. The swirling lines are the movements of the wind. The piled up clouds releasing rain on symbols of the high mountains the growing grass and the sun that caused its growth, and the female moon at the top center-the symbol of fertility."

 

 

A typed note on the original brown paper on verso of these painting states:   “In the origin stories of the Indians they mention the pre-historic animals, each of giant proportions.  The water turkey was adored by the Indians and to this day, feathers are still used in their sacred ceremonies.  “This painting is a perfection of the elements.  The swirling lines are the movements of the wind.  The piled up clouds releasing rain on symbols of the high mountains—the growing grass and the sun that caused its growth, and the female moon at the top center—the symbol of fertility.”

Acee Blue Eagle (1909-1959)
  • Category: Paintings
  • Origin: Creek Nation
  • Medium: casein
  • Size: 14” x 25” image
  • Item # C3224AB
  • SOLD

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