Black Ogre by David Lozeau Hopi Indians Kachina Doll Canvas Art Print
Title: Black Ogre
Artist: David Lozeau
Kachina dolls were used to teach young Hopi Indians about the immortal beings who controlled the natural world. In the 1600s, Pueblo Indians in New Mexico and Arizona revolted against religious oppression by the Catholic Church and there's a legend that a Hopi named Yowe beheaded a Franciscan priest in protest, thereby solidifying his position in that culture as an Ogre Kachina, also known as the Priest Killer.
Made-to-order David Lozeau canvas fine art reproductions on canvas. Stretched and ready to hang. Museum gallery wrap extends the canvas over the sides, so there is no need for a frame. Sawtooth metal hanger. 1.25 inch depth. High-gloss finish. Authorized dealer of Lowbrow Art's fine products.
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These gallery-quality reproductions are made by the most technologically advanced ink-jet printers available today, which are able to generate over 16.7 million different colors. They are printed on museum-grade poly-cotton canvas with a bright white point and high gloss. This allows for vivid rich color and subtle details. Each canvas is individually hand-stretched around finger-jointed kiln-dried pine for maximum stability and durability.