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b. 1946 - d. 2004

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        • King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Giclee Print Montana
          May. 11, 2024

          King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Giclee Print Montana

          Est: $50 - $75

          22 1/4" by 29 1/4" framed. Born in Browning, Montana, he grew up on the family ranch in Birch Creek but left as a teenager to study art. He was in the first class of artists graduating from the Institute for Native American Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Kuka then briefly served in the military, and by 1978 he devoted all his time to his artistic endeavours. He became pivotal in the growing Native American Art movement feeling a responsibility to reach a wide audience with his work. He painted in oil, then pastel, created sculpture and even jewelry. He had a very strong sense of color and design and his wife said: "His emphasis was on color and textures. He painted to produce a feeling. He didn't care for replicating reality, he wanted to realize a feeling or make a statement." Kuka is a published poet in several languages, and the inventor of "Kuka-graphs," which are prints on embossed paper, creating a ghostlike image. His work received international attention, and when he died of a stroke at age 57, he was praised as a much revered leader in the Native American art community who had encouraged others to pursue their goals and develop their own styles.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • King Kuka, Two Prints: Many Years Healing, 1980 + Rider #1, 1980
          Mar. 14, 2024

          King Kuka, Two Prints: Many Years Healing, 1980 + Rider #1, 1980

          Est: $300 - $500

          King Kuka (Blackfoot, 1946 - 2004) Two Prints: Many Years Healing, 1980 + Rider #1, 1980 lithograph, Naravisa Press Impression edition of 2 + lithograph, artist's proof Many Years Healing, 1980 printer's chop lower left graphite signed lower left: King Kuka graphite editioned lower right: NPI 25 1/8 x 19 in. (63.8 x 48.3 cm.) Rider #1, 1980 printer's chop lower left graphite signed lower right: Kuka graphite editioned lower left: Artist Proof graphite inscribed right of upper center: To Nathan inscribed verso: KK-80-09 11 5/8 x 9 1/4 in. (29.5 x 23.5 cm.)

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Print Montana
          Jan. 27, 2024

          King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Print Montana

          Est: $50 - $75

          22 1/2" by 36" framed. Born in Browning, Montana, he grew up on the family ranch in Birch Creek but left as a teenager to study art. He was in the first class of artists graduating from the Institute for Native American Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Kuka then briefly served in the military, and by 1978 he devoted all his time to his artistic endeavours. He became pivotal in the growing Native American Art movement feeling a responsibility to reach a wide audience with his work. He painted in oil, then pastel, created sculpture and even jewelry. He had a very strong sense of color and design and his wife said: "His emphasis was on color and textures. He painted to produce a feeling. He didn't care for replicating reality, he wanted to realize a feeling or make a statement." Kuka is a published poet in several languages, and the inventor of "Kuka-graphs," which are prints on embossed paper, creating a ghostlike image. His work received international attention, and when he died of a stroke at age 57, he was praised as a much revered leader in the Native American art community who had encouraged others to pursue their goals and develop their own styles. To quote a poem by King Kuka, published in 1991: "I will send my heart with the eagle carried on winds of trust, to be blessed by the sun and baptized in rain beneath nature's rainbow altar."

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Print Montana
          Nov. 04, 2023

          King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Print Montana

          Est: $25 - $50

          12" by 16" on matte. Born in Browning, Montana, he grew up on the family ranch in Birch Creek but left as a teenager to study art. He was in the first class of artists graduating from the Institute for Native American Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Kuka then briefly served in the military, and by 1978 he devoted all his time to his artistic endeavours. He became pivotal in the growing Native American Art movement feeling a responsibility to reach a wide audience with his work. He painted in oil, then pastel, created sculpture and even jewelry. He had a very strong sense of color and design and his wife said: "His emphasis was on color and textures. He painted to produce a feeling. He didn't care for replicating reality, he wanted to realize a feeling or make a statement." Kuka is a published poet in several languages, and the inventor of "Kuka-graphs," which are prints on embossed paper, creating a ghostlike image. His work received international attention, and when he died of a stroke at age 57, he was praised as a much revered leader in the Native American art community who had encouraged others to pursue their goals and develop their own styles. To quote a poem by King Kuka, published in 1991: "I will send my heart with the eagle carried on winds of trust, to be blessed by the sun and baptized in rain beneath nature's rainbow altar."

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Print Montana
          Nov. 04, 2023

          King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Print Montana

          Est: $25 - $50

          6" by 10 1/2" on matte. Born in Browning, Montana, he grew up on the family ranch in Birch Creek but left as a teenager to study art. He was in the first class of artists graduating from the Institute for Native American Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Kuka then briefly served in the military, and by 1978 he devoted all his time to his artistic endeavours. He became pivotal in the growing Native American Art movement feeling a responsibility to reach a wide audience with his work. He painted in oil, then pastel, created sculpture and even jewelry. He had a very strong sense of color and design and his wife said: "His emphasis was on color and textures. He painted to produce a feeling. He didn't care for replicating reality, he wanted to realize a feeling or make a statement." Kuka is a published poet in several languages, and the inventor of "Kuka-graphs," which are prints on embossed paper, creating a ghostlike image. His work received international attention, and when he died of a stroke at age 57, he was praised as a much revered leader in the Native American art community who had encouraged others to pursue their goals and develop their own styles. To quote a poem by King Kuka, published in 1991: "I will send my heart with the eagle carried on winds of trust, to be blessed by the sun and baptized in rain beneath nature's rainbow altar."

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Print Montana
          Nov. 04, 2023

          King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Print Montana

          Est: $25 - $50

          10" by 12" on matte. Born in Browning, Montana, he grew up on the family ranch in Birch Creek but left as a teenager to study art. He was in the first class of artists graduating from the Institute for Native American Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Kuka then briefly served in the military, and by 1978 he devoted all his time to his artistic endeavours. He became pivotal in the growing Native American Art movement feeling a responsibility to reach a wide audience with his work. He painted in oil, then pastel, created sculpture and even jewelry. He had a very strong sense of color and design and his wife said: "His emphasis was on color and textures. He painted to produce a feeling. He didn't care for replicating reality, he wanted to realize a feeling or make a statement." Kuka is a published poet in several languages, and the inventor of "Kuka-graphs," which are prints on embossed paper, creating a ghostlike image. His work received international attention, and when he died of a stroke at age 57, he was praised as a much revered leader in the Native American art community who had encouraged others to pursue their goals and develop their own styles. To quote a poem by King Kuka, published in 1991: "I will send my heart with the eagle carried on winds of trust, to be blessed by the sun and baptized in rain beneath nature's rainbow altar."

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Print Montana
          Nov. 04, 2023

          King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Print Montana

          Est: $25 - $50

          10" by 12" on matte. Born in Browning, Montana, he grew up on the family ranch in Birch Creek but left as a teenager to study art. He was in the first class of artists graduating from the Institute for Native American Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Kuka then briefly served in the military, and by 1978 he devoted all his time to his artistic endeavours. He became pivotal in the growing Native American Art movement feeling a responsibility to reach a wide audience with his work. He painted in oil, then pastel, created sculpture and even jewelry. He had a very strong sense of color and design and his wife said: "His emphasis was on color and textures. He painted to produce a feeling. He didn't care for replicating reality, he wanted to realize a feeling or make a statement." Kuka is a published poet in several languages, and the inventor of "Kuka-graphs," which are prints on embossed paper, creating a ghostlike image. His work received international attention, and when he died of a stroke at age 57, he was praised as a much revered leader in the Native American art community who had encouraged others to pursue their goals and develop their own styles. To quote a poem by King Kuka, published in 1991: "I will send my heart with the eagle carried on winds of trust, to be blessed by the sun and baptized in rain beneath nature's rainbow altar."

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Print Montana
          Nov. 04, 2023

          King Kuka Blackfoot Indian Print Montana

          Est: $25 - $50

          5" by 9" on matte. Born in Browning, Montana, he grew up on the family ranch in Birch Creek but left as a teenager to study art. He was in the first class of artists graduating from the Institute for Native American Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Kuka then briefly served in the military, and by 1978 he devoted all his time to his artistic endeavours. He became pivotal in the growing Native American Art movement feeling a responsibility to reach a wide audience with his work. He painted in oil, then pastel, created sculpture and even jewelry. He had a very strong sense of color and design and his wife said: "His emphasis was on color and textures. He painted to produce a feeling. He didn't care for replicating reality, he wanted to realize a feeling or make a statement." Kuka is a published poet in several languages, and the inventor of "Kuka-graphs," which are prints on embossed paper, creating a ghostlike image. His work received international attention, and when he died of a stroke at age 57, he was praised as a much revered leader in the Native American art community who had encouraged others to pursue their goals and develop their own styles. To quote a poem by King Kuka, published in 1991: "I will send my heart with the eagle carried on winds of trust, to be blessed by the sun and baptized in rain beneath nature's rainbow altar."

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • King Kuka, (American, 1946-2004) Pencil Signed and Numbered
          Oct. 28, 2023

          King Kuka, (American, 1946-2004) Pencil Signed and Numbered

          Est: $50 - $100

          South Western Indian motif, dated 1978 and signed in pencil lower left and low number 7/1000 limited edition lithograph byÊKing Kuka, (American, 1946-2004) original watercolor. Set under glass in professional period matte and frame, measuring approx 32" tall x 26" wide overall . See photo for details.

          Premier Auction Galleries
        • King Kuka Limited EditionEmbossed Lithograph
          Mar. 04, 2023

          King Kuka Limited EditionEmbossed Lithograph

          Est: -

          Titled: ‘ Spirit Wings’, Signed & Numbered At Top Of Lithograph, Frame Measuring Approximately 21x17.5 Inches, Art Measuring 14.5x11 Inches, Light Scratching Present To Frame. Nr12600 Js

          EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
        • KING KUKA MONTANA BLACKFOOT INDIAN CARVING
          Feb. 25, 2023

          KING KUKA MONTANA BLACKFOOT INDIAN CARVING

          Est: $100 - $150

          10 1/8" tall, 6 1/2" wide. Weighs 16 1/2 lbs. Born in Browning, Montana, he grew up on the family ranch in Birch Creek but left as a teenager to study art. He was in the first class of artists graduating from the Institute for Native American Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Kuka then briefly served in the military, and by 1978 he devoted all his time to his artistic endeavours. He became pivotal in the growing Native American Art movement feeling a responsibility to reach a wide audience with his work. He painted in oil, then pastel, created sculpture and even jewelry. He had a very strong sense of color and design and his wife said: "His emphasis was on color and textures. He painted to produce a feeling. He didn't care for replicating reality, he wanted to realize a feeling or make a statement." Kuka is a published poet in several languages, and the inventor of "Kuka-graphs," which are prints on embossed paper, creating a ghostlike image. His work received international attention, and when he died of a stroke at age 57, he was praised as a much revered leader in the Native American art community who had encouraged others to pursue their goals and develop their own styles. To quote a poem by King Kuka, published in 1991: "I will send my heart with the eagle carried on winds of trust, to be blessed by the sun and baptized in rain beneath nature's rainbow altar." Allard Auction Collection Inv: HOP 44362

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • KING KUKA BLACKFOOT INDIAN PRINT MONTANA
          Nov. 26, 2022

          KING KUKA BLACKFOOT INDIAN PRINT MONTANA

          Est: $25 - $50

          8" by 10" on matte. Born in Browning, Montana, he grew up on the family ranch in Birch Creek but left as a teenager to study art. He was in the first class of artists graduating from the Institute for Native American Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Kuka then briefly served in the military, and by 1978 he devoted all his time to his artistic endeavours. He became pivotal in the growing Native American Art movement feeling a responsibility to reach a wide audience with his work. He painted in oil, then pastel, created sculpture and even jewelry. He had a very strong sense of color and design and his wife said: "His emphasis was on color and textures. He painted to produce a feeling. He didn't care for replicating reality, he wanted to realize a feeling or make a statement." Kuka is a published poet in several languages, and the inventor of "Kuka-graphs," which are prints on embossed paper, creating a ghostlike image. His work received international attention, and when he died of a stroke at age 57, he was praised as a much revered leader in the Native American art community who had encouraged others to pursue their goals and develop their own styles. To quote a poem by King Kuka, published in 1991: "I will send my heart with the eagle carried on winds of trust, to be blessed by the sun and baptized in rain beneath nature's rainbow altar." Allard Auction Collection Inv: ZUR

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • KING KUKA BLACKFOOT INDIAN PRINT MONTANA
          Nov. 26, 2022

          KING KUKA BLACKFOOT INDIAN PRINT MONTANA

          Est: $25 - $50

          8" by 10" on matte. Born in Browning, Montana, he grew up on the family ranch in Birch Creek but left as a teenager to study art. He was in the first class of artists graduating from the Institute for Native American Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Kuka then briefly served in the military, and by 1978 he devoted all his time to his artistic endeavours. He became pivotal in the growing Native American Art movement feeling a responsibility to reach a wide audience with his work. He painted in oil, then pastel, created sculpture and even jewelry. He had a very strong sense of color and design and his wife said: "His emphasis was on color and textures. He painted to produce a feeling. He didn't care for replicating reality, he wanted to realize a feeling or make a statement." Kuka is a published poet in several languages, and the inventor of "Kuka-graphs," which are prints on embossed paper, creating a ghostlike image. His work received international attention, and when he died of a stroke at age 57, he was praised as a much revered leader in the Native American art community who had encouraged others to pursue their goals and develop their own styles. To quote a poem by King Kuka, published in 1991: "I will send my heart with the eagle carried on winds of trust, to be blessed by the sun and baptized in rain beneath nature's rainbow altar." Allard Auction Collection Inv: ZUR

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • KING KUKA BLACKFOOT INDIAN WATERCOLOR MONTANA
          Oct. 01, 2022

          KING KUKA BLACKFOOT INDIAN WATERCOLOR MONTANA

          Est: $50 - $75

          17" by 30". Born in Browning, Montana, he grew up on the family ranch in Birch Creek but left as a teenager to study art. He was in the first class of artists graduating from the Institute for Native American Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Kuka then briefly served in the military, and by 1978 he devoted all his time to his artistic endeavours. He became pivotal in the growing Native American Art movement feeling a responsibility to reach a wide audience with his work. He painted in oil, then pastel, created sculpture and even jewelry. He had a very strong sense of color and design and his wife said: "His emphasis was on color and textures. He painted to produce a feeling. He didn't care for replicating reality, he wanted to realize a feeling or make a statement." Kuka is a published poet in several languages, and the inventor of "Kuka-graphs," which are prints on embossed paper, creating a ghostlike image. His work received international attention, and when he died of a stroke at age 57, he was praised as a much revered leader in the Native American art community who had encouraged others to pursue their goals and develop their own styles. To quote a poem by King Kuka, published in 1991: "I will send my heart with the eagle carried on winds of trust, to be blessed by the sun and baptized in rain beneath nature's rainbow altar." Allard Auction Collection Inv: HOP 44394

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • KING KUKA BLACKFOOT INDIAN PRINT MONTANA
          Oct. 01, 2022

          KING KUKA BLACKFOOT INDIAN PRINT MONTANA

          Est: $50 - $75

          Signed and numbered. 16" by 19" framed. Born in Browning, Montana, he grew up on the family ranch in Birch Creek but left as a teenager to study art. He was in the first class of artists graduating from the Institute for Native American Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Kuka then briefly served in the military, and by 1978 he devoted all his time to his artistic endeavours. He became pivotal in the growing Native American Art movement feeling a responsibility to reach a wide audience with his work. He painted in oil, then pastel, created sculpture and even jewelry. He had a very strong sense of color and design and his wife said: "His emphasis was on color and textures. He painted to produce a feeling. He didn't care for replicating reality, he wanted to realize a feeling or make a statement." Kuka is a published poet in several languages, and the inventor of "Kuka-graphs," which are prints on embossed paper, creating a ghostlike image. His work received international attention, and when he died of a stroke at age 57, he was praised as a much revered leader in the Native American art community who had encouraged others to pursue their goals and develop their own styles. To quote a poem by King Kuka, published in 1991: "I will send my heart with the eagle carried on winds of trust, to be blessed by the sun and baptized in rain beneath nature's rainbow altar." Allard Auction Collection Inv: HOP 44395

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • KING KUKA BLACKFOOT INDIAN WATERCOLOR MONTANA
          Jan. 29, 2022

          KING KUKA BLACKFOOT INDIAN WATERCOLOR MONTANA

          Est: $150 - $200

          Very nice watercolor on hand cut paper. Artist is King Kuka of Montana. 14" by 16" framed. Born in Browning, Montana, he grew up on the family ranch in Birch Creek but left as a teenager to study art. He was in the first class of artists graduating from the Institute for Native American Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Kuka then briefly served in the military, and by 1978 he devoted all his time to his artistic endeavours. He became pivotal in the growing Native American Art movement feeling a responsibility to reach a wide audience with his work. He painted in oil, then pastel, created sculpture and even jewelry. He had a very strong sense of color and design and his wife said: "His emphasis was on color and textures. He painted to produce a feeling. He didn't care for replicating reality, he wanted to realize a feeling or make a statement." Kuka is a published poet in several languages, and the inventor of "Kuka-graphs," which are prints on embossed paper, creating a ghostlike image. His work received international attention, and when he died of a stroke at age 57, he was praised as a much revered leader in the Native American art community who had encouraged others to pursue their goals and develop their own styles. To quote a poem by King Kuka, published in 1991: "I will send my heart with the eagle carried on winds of trust, to be blessed by the sun and baptized in rain beneath nature's rainbow altar."

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • King Kuka Indian Man & Horse Stone Sculpture
          May. 25, 2020

          King Kuka Indian Man & Horse Stone Sculpture

          Est: -

          King Kuka (1947-2004) Native American Indian & Horse White Stone Sculpture. Measures 14x14 in. The piece depicts a half horse and half a face of a Native American man. Signed near the bottom and dated 1978. Weight is 80 pounds 7 ounces. King Kuka was born in Browning, Mt. on the Blackfoot Reservation, and grew up on his family's ranch in Birch Creek. He left the Reservation to attend art school and was in the first class of artists to graduate from the Institute of Native American Art in Santa Fe, NM. He sold his first painting while a student there. Artist: King Kuka Title: Indian Man & Horse Medium: Stone Sculpture Circa/Year: 1978 Signature Type: Signed Signature Location: Near Bottom Keywords: Native American, Indian Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1043

          Bradford's
        • King Kuka Blackfeet Tribe Embossed Print
          Oct. 13, 2019

          King Kuka Blackfeet Tribe Embossed Print

          Est: $30 - $60

          Signed above image of Native American man and woman in profile. Praire Productions (Great Falls, Montana) label with artist bio to reverse. Original shrink wrap plastic over mat. 7.75" x 6" image; 12" x 10" backing mat.

          District Auction
        • KING KUKA NATIVE AMERICAN "EAGLE SPEAKER WOMAN"
          Oct. 21, 2018

          KING KUKA NATIVE AMERICAN "EAGLE SPEAKER WOMAN"

          Est: $50 - $100

          SERIGRAPH, S/N, 528/950. 20"X28"

          Freedom Auction Company
        • King Kuka Blackfeet Pottery Mixed Media Print
          Apr. 21, 2018

          King Kuka Blackfeet Pottery Mixed Media Print

          Est: -

          Signed, with history and paperwork on back of print. Measures approximately 19" X 23" inches. Used condition. Tm3269

          EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
        • KING KUKA (SEE KOOKS EE NAH/BLACKWOLF) (NATIVE AMERICAN, BLACKFEET, 1946-2004) WARRIORS, 1980 Mixed media on art board: 21 x 28 in....
          Feb. 28, 2017

          KING KUKA (SEE KOOKS EE NAH/BLACKWOLF) (NATIVE AMERICAN, BLACKFEET, 1946-2004) WARRIORS, 1980 Mixed media on art board: 21 x 28 in....

          Est: $200 - $300

          KING KUKA (SEE KOOKS EE NAH/BLACKWOLF) (NATIVE AMERICAN, BLACKFEET, 1946-2004) WARRIORS, 1980 Mixed media on art board: 21 x 28 in. (sight) Framed; lower right signed and dated: Kuka 80 Provenance: Retha Walden Gambaro, Studio and Collections

          Potomack Company
        • KING KUKA (SEE KOOKS EE NAH/BLACKWOLF) (NATIVE AMERICAN, BLACKFEET, 1946-2004) WATER BEARERS, 1981 Watercolor on art board: 21 x 13...
          Feb. 28, 2017

          KING KUKA (SEE KOOKS EE NAH/BLACKWOLF) (NATIVE AMERICAN, BLACKFEET, 1946-2004) WATER BEARERS, 1981 Watercolor on art board: 21 x 13...

          Est: $120 - $220

          KING KUKA (SEE KOOKS EE NAH/BLACKWOLF) (NATIVE AMERICAN, BLACKFEET, 1946-2004) WATER BEARERS, 1981 Watercolor on art board: 21 x 13 3/4 in. (sight) Framed; lower right signed and dated 81 Provenance: Retha Walden Gambaro, Studio and Collections

          Potomack Company
        • Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Medicine Man" 1979
          Jul. 08, 2016

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Medicine Man" 1979

          Est: $800 - $1,600

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Medicine Man" 1979: A gorgeous watercolor from King Kuka. This piece is titled "Medicine Man". Dated 1979, the piece measures 33 x 25.5, and the image measures 29 x 21.5. A very nice piece of original Native American Art.

          Fusco Auctions
        • Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Election Rally"
          Jul. 08, 2016

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Election Rally"

          Est: $800 - $1,600

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Election Rally" : A stunning original watercolor by famed Blackfeet artist King Kuka. This piece is titled, "Election Rally", the image measures 28.75 x 21.5 and the framed piece measures 36 x 29. Matted and framed behind glass. Signed lower right.

          Fusco Auctions
        • Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka "Mashing Berries"
          Jul. 08, 2016

          Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka "Mashing Berries"

          Est: $600 - $1,200

          Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka "Mashing Berries": The image measures 20.5 x 27.5, and the framed piece measures 24 x 31. A really nice painting from the great artist.

          Fusco Auctions
        • Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Medicine Man" 1979
          May. 20, 2016

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Medicine Man" 1979

          Est: $800 - $1,600

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Medicine Man" 1979: A gorgeous watercolor from King Kuka. This piece is titled "Medicine Man". Dated 1979, the piece measures 33 x 25.5, and the image measures 29 x 21.5. A very nice piece of original Native American Art.

          Fusco Auctions
        • Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Election Rally"
          May. 20, 2016

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Election Rally"

          Est: $800 - $1,600

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Election Rally" : A stunning original watercolor by famed Blackfeet artist King Kuka. This piece is titled, "Election Rally", the image measures 28.75 x 21.5 and the framed piece measures 36 x 29. Matted and framed behind glass. Signed lower right.

          Fusco Auctions
        • Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka "Mashing Berries"
          May. 20, 2016

          Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka "Mashing Berries"

          Est: $600 - $1,200

          Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka "Mashing Berries": The image measures 20.5 x 27.5, and the framed piece measures 24 x 31. A really nice painting from the great artist.

          Fusco Auctions
        • Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Hand Game Drummer"
          Apr. 08, 2016

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Hand Game Drummer"

          Est: $600 - $800

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Hand Game Drummer": Original Watercolor Painting titled, "Hand Game Drummer" by King Kuka (1947-2004). The image measures 21x29, and the framed piece measures 24x33. A beautiful original piece of artwork by the famous Blackfeet Artist.

          Fusco Auctions
        • Bronze Sculpture “Blessing the Sacred Medicine Lance” by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka
          Apr. 08, 2016

          Bronze Sculpture “Blessing the Sacred Medicine Lance” by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka

          Est: $600 - $900

          This sculpture was cast by the Powell Bronze Co. and is #4 of 12, cast in 1974. It measures 16.5? high including the wood base and the lance is 13.75" long. Suggested bid $750

          Fusco Auctions
        • Bronze Sculpture “Blessing the Sacred Medicine Lance” by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka
          Mar. 06, 2016

          Bronze Sculpture “Blessing the Sacred Medicine Lance” by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka

          Est: $600 - $900

          This sculpture was cast by the Powell Bronze Co. and is #4 of 12, cast in 1974. It measures 16.5? high including the wood base and the lance is 13.75" long. Suggested bid $750

          Fusco Auctions
        • Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Gathering Kindling" 1978
          Feb. 06, 2016

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Gathering Kindling" 1978

          Est: $300 - $600

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Gathering Kindling" 1978: An original watercolor by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka. Titled, "Gathering Kindling" and dated 1978. The image measures 21x15, and the framed piece measures 28x22. Light spotting to background, but otherwise a stunning watercolor by the famed Blackfeet Artist.

          Fusco Auctions
        • Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Hand Game Drummer"
          Feb. 06, 2016

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Hand Game Drummer"

          Est: $600 - $800

          Blackfeet Artist King Kuka Original Watercolor "Hand Game Drummer": Original Watercolor Painting titled, "Hand Game Drummer" by King Kuka (1947-2004). The image measures 21x29, and the framed piece measures 24x33. A beautiful original piece of artwork by the famous Blackfeet Artist.

          Fusco Auctions
        • Bronze Sculpture “Blessing the Sacred Medicine Lance” by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka
          Jan. 01, 2016

          Bronze Sculpture “Blessing the Sacred Medicine Lance” by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka

          Est: $600 - $900

          This sculpture was cast by the Powell Bronze Co. and is #4 of 12, cast in 1974. It measures 16.5? high including the wood base and the lance is 13.75" long. Suggested bid $750

          Fusco Auctions
        • Bronze Sculpture “Blessing the Sacred Medicine Lance” by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka
          Nov. 01, 2015

          Bronze Sculpture “Blessing the Sacred Medicine Lance” by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka

          Est: $600 - $900

          This sculpture was cast by the Powell Bronze Co. and is #4 of 12, cast in 1974. It measures 16.5? high including the wood base and the lance is 13.75" long. Suggested bid $750

          Fusco Auctions
        • King Kuka Blackfeet Artist Lithograph
          Feb. 21, 2015

          King Kuka Blackfeet Artist Lithograph

          Est: -

          Ap 75/1800 measures approximately 23 inches by 19 inches

          EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
        • Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka
          Aug. 10, 2014

          Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka

          Est: $800 - $1,300

          Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka. Titled Mashing Berries? the image measures 20.5? x 27.5? and the frame measures 24? x 31

          Fusco Auctions
        • Watercolor Medicine Man by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka
          Aug. 10, 2014

          Watercolor Medicine Man by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Original Watercolor Painting of Medicine Man by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka. Dated 1979, the image measures 29? x 21.5? and the frame measures 33? x 25.5?.

          Fusco Auctions
        • Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka.
          Aug. 10, 2014

          Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka.

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka. Titled Election Rally, the image measures 28.75"? x 21.5"? and the frame measures 36"? x 29"?

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        • Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka
          Aug. 10, 2014

          Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka

          Est: $750 - $1,250

          Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka. Titled â??Gathering Kindlingâ?? and dated 1978, the image measures 21â?? x 15â?? and the frame measures 28â?? x 22â??. LIGHT FOXING TO BACKGROUND.

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        • Original Water Color by King Kuka " Winter Wood"
          Sep. 01, 2012

          Original Water Color by King Kuka " Winter Wood"

          Est: $750 - $900

          By Blackfeet Artist King Kuka image size is 17" x 9 1/2", framed is 22" x 15"

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        • Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004)
          Mar. 23, 2012

          Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004)

          Est: $600 - $800

          Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004).Titled “Hand Game Drummer”, the image measures 21” x 29” and the frame measures 24” x 33”. Value $600-800. RESERVE $400

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        • Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004)
          Mar. 23, 2012

          Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004)

          Est: $500 - $700

          Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004).Titled “Reflections”, the image measures 13” x 22” and the frame measures 19 1/2” x 28”. Value $500-700. RESERVE $300

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        • Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004)
          Mar. 23, 2012

          Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004)

          Est: $400 - $600

          Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004).Titled “Spirit Dancer”, the image measures 9 1/2” x 15” and the frame measures 16” x 21”. Value $400-600. RESERVE $250

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        • Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004)
          Mar. 23, 2012

          Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004)

          Est: $500 - $700

          Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004).Titled “Three Medicine Sisters”, the image measures 10 1/2” x 19” and the frame measures 16” x 25”. Value $500-700. RESERVE $300

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        • Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004)
          Mar. 23, 2012

          Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004)

          Est: $500 - $700

          Original Watercolor Painting by Blackfeet Artist King Kuka (1947-2004).Titled “Spirits in the Waterfall”, the image measures 11” x 21” and the frame measures 18” x 28”. Value $500-700. RESERVE $300

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        • King Kuka, American Blackfeet Indian 1946-2004 Signed #'d Prints
          Jun. 26, 2009

          King Kuka, American Blackfeet Indian 1946-2004 Signed #'d Prints

          Est: $200 - $300

          Pair of signed prints, both numbered 25/1000. Kuka was one of the first graduates of the Institute of American Indian Arts in New Mexico. He was known for his paintings but also worked in other mediums, including sculpture. He also wrote poetry. Both are 18x24". Ready for framing

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