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Double sided Ledger Drawing of a herd of horses from the Goodwyn Ledger | Donald Ellis Gallery
Verso side of a double-sided Ledger Drawing depicting a wounded horse | Donald Ellis Gallery

Ledger Drawing

anonymous artist
Goodwyn Ledger Book
Lakota
Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan

ca. 1880

recto/verso

graphite and coloured pencil on lined paper

height: 3"
width: 5 ¾"

Inventory # P4394-43

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The Goodwyn Ledger Drawings were created by several Lakota and Cheyenne warrior artists in the Wood Mountain Uplands, SK in the late 1870’s. The images directly reflect a series of violent encounters with the U.S. military in Dakota Territory which had prompted a group of approximately 5,000 Native Americans to evacuate across the border to Canada guided by Hunkpapa Lakota leader Sitting Bull.

PROVENANCE

W. H. Goodwyn

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