"Coyote and Raven" Original Drawing by Gerals Peter Jemison

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Item/Title:"Coyote and Raven  " 

Date: Late 20th Century  -  Dated 1982

Artist:"Gerals Peter Jemison"  (1945-)  United States

Dimensions:Paper size is 8 1/2  inches in width by 11  inches in heighth

Framed dimensions measure 16 3/4  inches  in heighth by 14 3/4  inches  in width

Medium:Pen and ink on croquil paper (trimmed and framed in wooden frame) 

Signature:"Jemison '82"  (Lower  right-hand corner of artwork)

The artwork offered for purchase is an original  pen and ink drawing that has been created by  the contemporary, Native-American  artist Gerals Peter Jemison (1945-)  United States. The artist was born in New York and received his art education at Buffalo State College.  Jemson was  active with regard to his artistic career in New York City and Schenectady where he was an art educator.  While he was located in New York City, Jemison directed the gallery program of the American Indian Community House.  Works by Jemison have been displayed in gallery exhibitions including the Fenimore Museum, Cooperstown; Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo and several privately-owned galleries located  in the southwestern United States.  Peter Jemison represents the Seneca Nation of Indians on repatriation issues and he serves on the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.   Subject matter for this artist most often is that of Native-American culture and legend and animals. One important series of artworks by Jemison were the "paper bag" paintings that he completed while in New York.  The paper bag series are within the collections of The Heard Museum, Phoenix, and The Denver Art Museum, Denver.
The artwork is hand-signed and dated by the artist at the lower right-hand corner of the drawing with a signature that is representative of the artist Peter Jemison.

 

Date: Late 20th Century  -  Dated 1982

Artist:"Gerals Peter Jemison"  (1945-)  United States

Dimensions:Paper size is 8 1/2  inches in width by 11  inches in heighth

Framed dimensions measure 16 3/4  inches  in heighth by 14 3/4  inches  in width

Medium:Pen and ink on croquil paper (trimmed and framed in wooden frame) 

Signature:"Jemison '82"  (Lower  right-hand corner of artwork)

History/Provenance:Family  inheritance to present owner.

This pen and ink drawing  is in excellent condition.  The colors are fresh and there are no visible tears or flaking.  The frame is also in excellent condition.
To keep the drawing  in its present good condition do not display artwork in bright sunlight or artificial light. Do not hang the artwork in the vicinity of fireplaces, heaters or baseboard heat nor near any heat-producing appliances. These conditions will hasten the deterioration of your artwork and may cause fading of the colors and erosion of the paper.

Research Sources:
On Line Research,  Native American Artists, Fenimore Art Museum 


History:
The artwork that you have submitted for appraisal is an original  pen and ink drawing that has been created by  the contemporary, Native-American  artist Gerals Peter Jemison (1945-)  United States. The artist was born in New York and received his art education at Buffalo State College.  Jemson was  active with regard to his artistic career in New York City and Schenectady where he was an art educator.  While he was located in New York City, Jemison directed the gallery program of the American Indian Community House.  Works by Jemison have been displayed in gallery exhibitions including the Fenimore Museum, Cooperstown; Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo and several privately-owned galleries located  in the southwestern United States.  Peter Jemison represents the Seneca Nation of Indians on repatriation issues and he serves on the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.   Subject matter for this artist most often is that of Native-American culture and legend and animals. One important series of artworks by Jemison were the "paper bag" paintings that he completed while in New York.  The paper bag series are within the collections of The Heard Museum, Phoenix, and The Denver Art Museum, Denver.  


The artwork that you possess is hand-signed and dated by the artist at the lower right-hand corner of the drawing with a signature that is representative of the artist Peter Jemison.

Sara Kinch Art Consultant

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Item Details:

  • Reference #
  • 4
  • Quantity
  • 1
  • Category
  • Fine Art
  • Department
  • Antiques
  • Maker
  • Original
  • Year
  • 1982
  • Country of Origin
  • United States
  • Shipping
  • UPS Ground
  • Dimensions
  • Width: 16 inches
  • Height: 18 inches
  • Depth: 4 inches
  • Weight: 10 pounds
  • Condition
  • Excellent

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