James Bama paints contemporary young Indians "as being part of two worlds, part modern mainstream culture and part reservation Indian" in this Western art print reproduction of "A Young Oglala Sioux."
16" x 20"
Unframed Western art print
While it might look like a photograph at first glance, "A Young Oglala Sioux" is a hyperrealistic painting. James Bama, a white man, was an artist first out East before moving to Wyoming in the late 1960s. He painted many people of the West.
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