Framed Size: 21″ x 21″
Western Artist Estate
The Plains Indians of the 19th century, ever respectful of wildlife and land, used many natural materials in their ceremonial regalia. Feathers, porcupine quills, animal claws, beads, bones and skins all had symbolic meanings. This warrior carries on an ancient custom with his horned headdress; it shows his power and strength and was usually reserved for men of high rank.