Drawing No. 24. The Once-Famous Black Eagle (Ka-et-te-kone-ke) of the Kiowa in Deadly Conflict with Ute Chief. Ute Killed. From Ledger Book Containing 33 Drawings

1885
Artist Silver Horn (Huangooah), Kiowa Apache (American, 1860–1940)


Dimensions

Page: 25.7 x 35.6 cm (10 1/8 x 14 in.)

Accession Number

1994.429.24

Medium or Technique

Graphite pencil and colored pencils on paper

Not On View

Collections

Americas, Prints and Drawings

Classifications

Drawings

One of 33 drawings numbered “No. 1 - No. 33” with captions or explanations written in pen and red ink on the versos

Provenance

Brig. Gen. Alfred C. and Rebercca Markley; Lewis Foulke Shoemaker; his wife, Mrs. Lewis F. Shoemaker, Devon, PA; her grandchildren; partial gift and partial purchase Dec. 31, 1994

Credit Line

Gift of the grandchildren of Lucretia McIlvain Shoemaker and the M. and M. Karolik Fund