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Published by University of South Dakota in Vermillion .
Written in English


  • Howe, Oscar, 1915-,
  • Dakota Indians -- Pictorial works.

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Edition Notes

Statementpaintings and commentaries by Oscar Howe ; introd. by John R. Milton.
LC ClassificationsND237.H79 A52
The Physical Object
Pagination[40] p. :
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5055614M
LC Control Number74018149

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South Dakota Artist Laureate () A Yanktonai of the Dakota Nation, Oscar Howe was born on Crow Creek Reservation. As a boy, Oscar spent hours playing in plum-filled creek thickets and listening at night to the campfire stories told by the older men of the tribe. Howe taught at Pierre High School until , when he became artist-in-residence and professor of art at The University of South Dakota, Vermillion, where he served until retiring in as Emeritus Professor of Art. Oscar Howe’s formal art education began in “The Studio” at the Santa Fe Indian School, and his early work rej ected the. Description: Oscar Brousse Jacobson (American, ) and Oscar Howe (American, ). "North American Indian costumes () v. 2", published by Editions d'Art (France, 20th century). Portfolio with 25 illustrations by Yanktonai Dakota artist Oscar Howe (also known as: Mazuha Hokshina) (American, ). Inge Howe Maresh, in our Dec. 18 Dakota Life about Oscar Howe. We didn’t manage to get our questions to her and get her responses back in time to include them.

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