10454 Doc Tate Nevaquaya Limited Edition Offset Lithograph
This is a limited edition offset lithograph by Comanche artist Doc Tate Nevaquaya (1932-1996). It is in excellent condition and it comes with nice heavy red window mat. The window mat is nicked on the edge but would be hidden when framed and has some marks as shown in the photographs. It is pencil signed and numbered 387/1500.
Measurements: Inside Mat 17” x 19 ¼”, Outside Dimensions of Mat 23” x 27”
About the Artist: Doc Tate Nevaquaya was given the name Joyce Lee Tate Nevaquaya when he was born in 1932 at Apache, Oklahoma. He was always known as Doc Tate. During his life, Doc Tate was a teacher, Methodist lay minister, lecturer, historian, dancer, composer, singer, flutist, and painter. Doc Tate was a self-taught artist, flutist, and composer and gave numerous flute and painting classes throughout the country, including such prestigious institutions as Brigham. He received numerous awards for his art. He died in Apache, Oklahoma in 1992.