2004.35 | American Indian Art

Arms and Armor - Painting - Arikara

Shield, ca. 1850
Arikara

Buffalo rawhide, native leather and native pigment
Diam: 20 inches (50.8 cm)

Purchase: the Donald D. Jones Fund for American Indian Art

Geographic Origin: United States
North Dakota

Gallery Location: L13

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