Antowine Warrior original oil



Antowine Warrior original oil

Young Warrior Dreaming

Young Warrior Dreaming, original oil, Antowine Warrior
Larger view of "Young Warrior Dreaming"

Oil on Canvas
framed in wood, overall size 29" x 25", sight is 24" x 20"
sold

In 1961 Warrior attended the second Indian art seminar hosted by the University of Arizona and supported by the Rockefeller Foundation. Among the other students at the seminar was Fritz Scholder. Two distinguished artists whom have taken wholly different paths in preserving their traditions. In 1978 Warrior's painting Storyteller was the winner of the Wolf Robe Hunt Award for the best traditional style Native American painting at the 33rd Annual Indian Artist's Exhibition at the Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Warrior is adamant in the accurate depiction of tribal ways, and his paintings are among the permanent collections at the Smithsonian and Philbrook Museums. (Information excerpted from an artist profile on Warrior by Dana Loy. "Antowine Warrior". Four Winds:The International Forum for Native American Art, Literature, and History. Vol. 1, No. 3: 10-14, 1980, Hundred Arrows Press, Inc..)