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The plains Indians would use a piece of rawhide to wear as a sun visor, much like our baseball caps of today. Its simple construction was decorated with personal designs. The one used in the sculpture is from the collection of the American Museum of Natural History.
"The Rawhide Sun Visor"
22" H x 13 " W x 21" D
ED-4  2018  Bronze

Winner of the -
* The Anne Marion/Best of Show,
*Gold Medal for Sculpture,  at the
53rd Annual Cowboy Artists of America Show, 2018.