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Indian Boy at Crow Fair

Crow Fair, held every summer, comprises the largest annual gathering of North American Indians. It lasts for five days and is attended by some ten thousand Indians who set up a thousand tepees. There are parades, rodeo events and horseracing. Drumming and dancing continue far into the early morning hours.

This boy was one of four Arapaho brothers from the Wind River reservation who danced at the fair. His distinctive costume and face paint represent his personal creativity and individual style.

Indian Boy at Crow Fair,
by James Bama

Image size:
9"w x 13"h.
Edition Size:75

Published from the artist's original work.

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 28 February, 2009.

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