- by Charles Francis Browne (1895)
Charles Francis Browne was attracted "by the strangeness, picturesqueness and real interest" of the indigenous American cultures he encountered in his
travels to the Southwest in 1895. He described Zuni as "the largest native city under our flag, and...now, practically, what it was when the first white
man saw it over three centuries ago." Among the paintings he executed that year was this creditable likeness of the Zuni notable Nai-U-Chi, elder brother
in the most prestigious and secretive of the Zuni esoteric orders, the priesthood of the Bow.
- Framed Print on Canvas custom order, ships directly from the manufacturer in 3-4 weeks.
- Framed dimensions are 16 1/2" x 20 3/4" in frame# P83284 (click to view).
- Also includes Brass Plate with name of artist and painting (affixed to frame).