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The life and art of Jerome Tiger

war to peace, death to life
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University of Oklahoma Press , Norman
Tiger, Jerome, 1941-1967, Artists -- United States -- Biography, Indians of North America -- Pictorial works, Indians of North America -- Biog

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Statementby Peggy Tiger and Molly Babcock ; foreword by Paul A. Rossi.
ContributionsBabcock, Molly, joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsN6537.T54 T53
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 285 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4094012M
ISBN 100806116560
LC Control Number80005245
OCLC/WorldCa6555815

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The Life and Art of Jerome Tiger: From War to Peace, Death to Life by Peggy Tiger and Molly Babcock, signed by the authors. University of Oklahoma Press, Over illustrations, most in color. The outside is covered in blue cloth binding with an illustrated dust jacket. There is wear to dust : $   August marked the 50th anniversary of the passing of one of Oklahoma’s most celebrated artists, Jerome Tiger.

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The University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Hardback with slip cover, first edition,autographed by both authors, pages, profusely illustrated. From the Jacket: By any measure, the life and art of Jerome Tiger are of undeniable fascination. Jerome Richard Tiger was a highly influential Native American painter from Oklahoma.

Tiger produced hundreds of paintings from until his death in A fullblood Muscogee Creek-Seminole, Tiger’s style is a combination of spiritual vision, humane understanding, and technical virtuosity with traditional subject matter and composition. Bibliography. Peggy Tiger, "Remembering an Exceptional Team: Jerome Tiger and Nettie Wheeler," The Chronicles of Oklahoma 83 (Fall ).

Peggy Tiger and Molly Babcock, The Life and Art of Jerome Tiger (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ). Patrick D. Lester, The Biographical Directory of Native American Painters (Tulsa, Okla.: SIR Publications, ). The Life and Art of Jerome Tiger: From War to Peace, Death to Life by Peggy Tiger ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Norman, Oklahoma, U.s.a.: University Of Oklahoma Press, ; ISBN Peggy Tiger said her year-old son was on the brink of.

success as an Indian artist and might have created paintings. to rival the work of his late father, Jerome Tiger. People look at art by Jerome Tiger in the exhibit "Life and Legacy: The Art of Jerome Tiger" at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.

[Photo by Nate Billings, The Oklahoman] Jerome Tiger's work "Stickball, Beginning to End" is featured in the exhibit "Life and Legacy: The Art of Jerome Tiger," on view at the. Jerome's other daughter, Lisa Tiger, is a prominent AIDS educator and activist as well as a motivational speaker.

In addition to his immediate family, many of Tiger's relatives were also artists, including Edmond Joshua, Jr. () [6] and his brother Lee Roy Joshua (died ).Nationality: Creek/Seminole. Margaret Lois “Peggy” Tiger (Febru - Febru ) was a Cherokee author and art gallery owner in Oklahoma.

The widow of painter Jerome Tiger, she served as the caretaker of her husband's artistic legacy since his death in She wrote one of the first biographies on the life of Jerome Tiger and his artwork. Tiger was also the mother of Cherokee artist and women's rights Born: Margaret Lois "Peggy" Richmond, February.

In Tiger’s wife, Peggy Tiger, along with author Molly Babcock, compiled a book titled, ‘The Life and Art of Jerome Tiger, War to Peace and Death to Life.’ All pieces but one in the collection, ‘Plains Indian Burial,’ are featured in the book.

“Jerome Tiger was a meteor that flashed across the art world for five short years, dazzling and captivating with his genius, and leaving in his wake a wealth of great beauty of his own creation.

Prints of an unreleased original Jerome Tiger painting are now available through an Oklahoma City Indian youth organization."Family" has been made available for sale as a benefit for United National Indian Tribal Youth Inc. (Unity) by Peggy Tiger, widow of the late Creek-Seminole Tiger, who died in at the age of 26, is recognized internationally as one of the finest.

Jerome Richard Tiger lit up the art world like a shooting star for just five short years in the s. During that time, the mostly self-taught Creek-Seminole artist from Muskogee, Oklahoma, sold. Jerome Tiger, a Creek-Seminole painter of Muskogee, Oklahoma, produced what amounts to a visual history of the Five Civilized Tribes (Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole) during the s.

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Under the guidance of Muskogee entrepreneur Nettie Wheeler, he rose to prominence in the highly circumscribed world of Native American : Joseph Stuart.

In the book The Life and Art of Jerome Tiger by Peggy Tiger and Molly Babock, they discuss the merits of this particular piece: "Death to Jerome was the prelude to eternal life. He envisioned the end of the physical body as merely the event that enabled the spirit to free itself.

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Rossi University of Oklahoma Press Norman. Wikipedia Citation. Jerome Richard Tiger was a highly influential Native American painter from Oklahoma. Tiger produced hundreds of paintings from until his death in A fullblood Muscogee Creek-Seminole, Tiger’s style is a combination of spiritual vision, humane understanding, and technical virtuosity with traditional subject matter and composition.

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