Circa 1920’s Leather Hide Painting Native American Red Fawn Coronado California

Starting the in the late 1800’s the use of Native American likeness on objects and advertisements was used to promote and sell items. Native American tribes also sold artifacts, articles of clothes in the style of as sell as companies and people using their likeness. Their likeness was associated spirituality, harmony and back to nature aesthetics, perfect for the Humanism movement and the commune living of the Roycrofts and the teaching of William Morris.

This leather hide, tanned and painted with a young and beautiful Native American woman is done circa 1920’s and is titled Red Fawn. The bottom is Coronado Cal., a resort located in Southern California near San Diego that was established in 1890.
The Native American tribe was the Kumeyaay people.

This tanned leather hide is a soft leather, possible calf or pig. The woman is painted directly on the hide with white highlights.
The edges have tack holes from where it was mounted. Now the piece is pressed in a frame with a white background.

Condition: fine, original tack holes are on the edge, no damage to the image.
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NOTE:
Due to the size of the frame and glass, I recommend shipping with out the glass to prevent damage and to lower shipping costs.
Please contact me before purchase to get a shipping quote with or with out the glass

 

Date Posted

12/01/16

Price

$325.00

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Price

$325.00

Shipping

Contact for Quote

All items are shipped via Priority Mail or specialized carrier. They are packed to properly preserve and protect the condition of the item. If you have specific shipping instructions, please let us know.

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