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b. 1941 - d. 1967

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      • Jerome Richard Tiger, A Pair: Agony, ca. 1966 + Yesterday They Rode, 1967
        Aug. 15, 2023

        Jerome Richard Tiger, A Pair: Agony, ca. 1966 + Yesterday They Rode, 1967

        Est: $300 - $600

        Jerome Richard Tiger (Creek/Seminole, 1941 - 1967) A Pair: Agony, ca. 1966 + Yesterday They Rode, 1967 Agony, ca. 1966: print, edition 297 of 1500; Yesterday They Rode, 1967: print, edition 620 of 750 Agony, ca. 1966 signed and dated lower right: Tiger '66 [artist's cipher] editioned lower left: 297/1500 Yesterday They Rode, 1967 signed and dated lower right: Tiger ' 67 [artist's cipher] titled lower center: ...YESTERDAY THEY RODE... editioned lower left: 620/750

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Jerome Richard Tiger, Pair of Prints: Roughing It Up, 1967 + Never Get Away, 1967
        Aug. 15, 2023

        Jerome Richard Tiger, Pair of Prints: Roughing It Up, 1967 + Never Get Away, 1967

        Est: $400 - $800

        Jerome Richard Tiger (Creek/Seminole, 1941 - 1967) Pair of Prints: Roughing It Up, 1967 + Never Get Away, 1967 Roughing It Up, 1967: print, edition 268 of 1500; Never Get Away, 1967: print, edition 583 of 1500 Roughing It Up, 1967 editioned lower left: 268/1500 titled lower center: Roughin it up- signed and dated lower right: TigEr '67 / [artist's cipher] Never Get Away, 1967 editioned lower left: 583/1500 titled lower center: -NEVEr gEt AWAy- signed and dated lower right: TigEr '67 / [artist's cipher]

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Jerome Tiger, Group of Three: A Walk Through the Great Mysteries, 1967 + Snowbound Two, 1966 + His Spirit Calls, 1966
        Aug. 15, 2023

        Jerome Tiger, Group of Three: A Walk Through the Great Mysteries, 1967 + Snowbound Two, 1966 + His Spirit Calls, 1966

        Est: $600 - $1,200

        Jerome Tiger (Creek/Seminole, 1941-1967) Group of Three: A Walk Through the Great Mysteries, 1967 + Snowbound Two, 1966 + His Spirit Calls, 1966 A Walk Through the Great Mysteries, 1967: offset lithograph, edition 1293 of 1500; Snowbound Two, 1966: offset lithograph, edition 593 of 1500; His Spirit Calls, 1966: offset lithograph, edition 306 of 650 A Walk Through the Great Mysteries, 1967 editioned lower left: 1293/1500 signed and dated lower right: Tiger '67 Snowbound Two, 1966 editioned lower left: 593/1500 titled lower center: -Protective Ones- signed and dated lower right: Tiger 66 affixed verso: Affidavit of Limited Edition His Spirit Calls, 1966 editioned lower left: 306 of 650 signed and dated lower right: Tiger '66

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Jerome Tiger, Group of Four Lithographs
        Aug. 15, 2023

        Jerome Tiger, Group of Four Lithographs

        Est: $400 - $1,200

        Jerome Tiger (Creek/Seminole, 1941 - 1967) Group of Four Lithographs Trail of Tears, 1966: lithograph, edition 698 of 1500; The Intruders, 1966: lithograph, edition 754 of 1500; Yesterday They Rode, 1967: lithograph, edition 349 of 750; Weep Not For I Am Happy: lithograph, edition 22 of 650 Trail of Tears, 1966 signed near lower right: Tiger '66 titled lower center: Trail of Tears- editioned lower left: 698/1500 affixed verso: Affidavit of Limited Edition certificate The Intruders, 1966 signed near lower right: Tiger '66 titled lower center: -The Intruders- editioned lower right: 754/1500 Yesterday They Rode, 1967 signed lower right: Tiger '67 titled lower center: ...YESTERDAY THEY RODE... editioned lower left: 349/750 Weep Not For I Am Happy signed lower right: titled lower center: editioned lower left: 22/650

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Jerome Tiger, Mickey Narcomey, 1966
        Mar. 15, 2023

        Jerome Tiger, Mickey Narcomey, 1966

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Jerome Tiger (Creek/Seminole, 1941 - 1967) Mickey Narcomey, 1966 graphite on paper signed and dated twice lower right: Tiger '66 titled lower center: "MICKEY NARCOMEY"

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Jerome Tiger, A Walk Through the Great Mysteries, 1969
        Mar. 15, 2023

        Jerome Tiger, A Walk Through the Great Mysteries, 1969

        Est: $200 - $400

        Jerome Tiger (Creek/Seminole, 1941 - 1967) A Walk Through the Great Mysteries, 1969 offset lithograph, edition 617 of 1500 editioned lower left: 617/1500 signed lower right: Tiger ‘69 [feather cipher]

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Jerome Richard Tiger (1941-1967) Silkscreen (Oklahoma)
        Jan. 28, 2023

        Jerome Richard Tiger (1941-1967) Silkscreen (Oklahoma)

        Est: $100 - $200

        Silkscreens on paper, "Seminole, 1903 and seminole, 1803. Signed, titled and numbered 142/1500. Image size- 7 x 4.5, frame- 22.25 x 11.25.

        Main Auction Galleries
      • Gerome Richard Tiger, Oklahoma (1941 - 1967), Observing the Enemy; The Guiding Spirit; Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, three portfolio limited edition lithographs, 15" x 11" (image), 20" x 16" (sheet)
        Nov. 05, 2022

        Gerome Richard Tiger, Oklahoma (1941 - 1967), Observing the Enemy; The Guiding Spirit; Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, three portfolio limited edition lithographs, 15" x 11" (image), 20" x 16" (sheet)

        Est: $140 - $250

        Gerome Richard Tiger Oklahoma, (1941 - 1967) Observing the Enemy; The Guiding Spirit; Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow three portfolio limited edition lithographs edition of 1500. Signed in the plate. With 4-page bio poster booklet portfolio and original documentation. Biography from the archives of askArt: Jerome Tiger was a full blood Creek-Seminole, born in 1941 in Oklahoma. He grew up on the campgrounds that surrounded his grandfather's Indian Baptist church near the sleepy town of Eufaula. Research for many of his paintings began when he was still a child as he traveled with his maternal grandfather, Coleman Lewis, a Baptist Missionary. Coleman traveled throughout Indian Country and on the long rides through the backwoods to churches, and Coleman taught his grandson the history of the Creek people in his native Creek language. In Enfaula and, later, in Muskogee, Tiger attended public schools, learned English, and became familiar with such marvels of white culture as running water, indoor toilets, and telephones. He was a high school dropout, a street and ring fighter of exceptional ability, and a laborer. He married and had three children. And he died in 1967, at the age of twenty-six, of a gunshot wound to the head. Tiger's legacy was his paintings: a body of work of exquisite beauty that revolutionized American Indian art. The success and genius of Tiger's art can be attributed to what was called the Tiger style--a unique combination of spiritual vision, humane understanding, and technical virtuosity. In subject matter and composition, his art was traditional. In every other respect, it was a radical departure from classical Indian art. When Tiger began painting in the 1960's, few, if any, artists could make a living in Indian art. With some formal training at the Cooper School of Art in Cleveland, against all odds, he committed himself to Indian art, and from 1962 until 1967, produced hundreds of paintings that from the outset received the acclaim of critics, won awards, and brought him success and recognition. The average Indian art buyer of the 1960's was unduly critical, ready to find fault with the quality of a piece of work or the authenticity of its details. To be popular with such an audience, not only did Tiger have to be technically competent but inventive and prolific. Tiger's uncanny ability to draw virtually anything after only a momentary glance has led critics to refer to him as the Rembrandt or Goya of Indian art. This is quite a lofty comparison since Tiger had never seen the work of the masters with whom he was compared. But characteristic of all great art, Tiger's work had universal appeal. Its beauty and deep spirituality spoke to people of all races, not just Native Americans. Since his death, Tiger's style has had a tremendous influence on the Indian artists that have succeeded him. One art critic commented--"Wherever there are Indian paintings today, Tiger's influence can be felt." With almost unanimous agreement, Native American artists credit Jerome Tiger with being the major influence in the development of contemporary Indian art. Tiger was an artist's artist. Sources: Submitted June 2004 from the Ashworth Collection of Western and Native American Art in Fort Smith, AR. Material for this biography was obtained from the web site www.jerometigerart.com and http://www.jerometigerart.com

        Ripley Auctions
      • Jerome Tiger (American 1941-1967) Limited Edition Art Print
        May. 03, 2022

        Jerome Tiger (American 1941-1967) Limited Edition Art Print

        Est: $40 - $80

        Framed Native American art print. Printed signature to lower right. Limited edition 1075 of 1500. Jerome Richard Tiger was a highly influential Native American artist from Oklahoma, United States. He produced hundreds of painted before his death in 1967. Sight size: 17"H x 12.25"W. Frame: 25.5"H x 20.75"W. #JeromeTiger #DanaTiger Issued: 20th c.

        Lion and Unicorn
      • Jerome Tiger, Getting Ready
        Apr. 16, 2022

        Jerome Tiger, Getting Ready

        Est: $200 - $400

        Jerome Tiger (Creek/Seminole, 1941 - 1967) Getting Ready offset lithograph, edition 428 of 1500 signed in print lower right: Tiger titled in print lower center: "Getting Ready" editioned in print lower left: 428/1500

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Jerome Tiger, Roughing it Up, 1967
        Apr. 16, 2022

        Jerome Tiger, Roughing it Up, 1967

        Est: $300 - $500

        Jerome Tiger (Creek/Seminole, 1941 - 1967) Roughing it Up, 1967 offset lithograph, edition 1328 of 1500 signed in print lower right: Tiger '67 / [feather] titled in print lower center: Roughing it up- titled in pencil lower left: 1328/1500

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Jerome Tiger (1941 - 1967 Oklahoma) Numbered Print
        Oct. 23, 2021

        Jerome Tiger (1941 - 1967 Oklahoma) Numbered Print

        Est: $75 - $100

        Jerome Tiger (1941 - 1967 Oklahoma) Numbered Print: Numbered 1166/1500 matted and framed and measuring 27.5 x 22.25".

        Dana J. Tharp Auctions
      • Jerome Tiger (1941-1967 Oklahoma) "Seminole Fisherman" Print Framed
        Oct. 23, 2021

        Jerome Tiger (1941-1967 Oklahoma) "Seminole Fisherman" Print Framed

        Est: $75 - $100

        Jerome Tiger "Seminole Fisherman" Print Framed: Matted and framed and measuring 27.25 x 23. Numbered 277/1500

        Dana J. Tharp Auctions
      • Jerome Tiger Indian Woman & Child Gouache Painting
        Jun. 19, 2021

        Jerome Tiger Indian Woman & Child Gouache Painting

        Est: $300 - $600

        For your consideration is a framed original gouache painting by Jerome Tiger. This beautiful work of art shows an Indian woman carrying a baby on, what appears to be, a cold fall day. The woman and child are wrapped in a blanket, with their hair blowing in the wind and leaves falling to the grassy ground. Jerome Richard Tiger (1941–1967) was a highly influential Native American painter from Oklahoma. Tiger produced hundreds of paintings from 1962 until his death in 1967. A full blood Muscogee Creek-Seminole, Tiger's style is said to be a combination of "spiritual vision, humane understanding, and technical virtuosity" but with traditional subject matter and composition. The painting shows many vibrant colors, including orange, green, blue, tan, and black. It is signed "Tiger" in the lower right corner. The visible art measures 8"x10" and the frame measures 14.75" x 11.75".

        North American Auction Company
      • Jerome Tiger Indian Woman & Child Gouache Painting
        Oct. 31, 2020

        Jerome Tiger Indian Woman & Child Gouache Painting

        Est: $300 - $600

        For your consideration is a framed original gouache painting by Jerome Tiger. This beautiful work of art shows an Indian woman carrying a baby in, what appears to be, a cold fall day. The woman and child are wrapped in a blanket, with their hairing blowing in the wind, with leaves falling to the grassy ground. Jerome Richard Tiger (1941–1967) was a highly influential Native American painter from Oklahoma. Tiger produced hundreds of paintings from 1962 until his death in 1967. A fullblood Muscogee Creek-Seminole, Tiger's style is said to be a combination of "spiritual vision, humane understanding, and technical virtuosity" but with traditional subject matter and composition. The painting shows many vibrant colors including orange, green, blue, tan, and black. It is signed "Tiger" in the lower right corner. The visible art measures 8"x10" and the frame measures 14.75" 11.75"

        North American Auction Company
      • Jerome R. Tiger (1941-1967) Limited Lithograph
        Dec. 01, 2018

        Jerome R. Tiger (1941-1967) Limited Lithograph

        Est: -

        Titled Observing the enemy. Numbered 1477/1500 with original packaging and frame. Lithograph Measures approximately 17”x12”. Frame measures approximately 26”x22”. Good overall condition. Tm5017

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • Jerome R. Tiger (1941-1967) Limited Lithograph
        Dec. 01, 2018

        Jerome R. Tiger (1941-1967) Limited Lithograph

        Est: -

        No title. Numbered 212/1500. Frame measures approximately 24”x28”. Lithograph Measures approximately 14”x20”. Good overall condition. Tm5017

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • Signed/Numbered Jerome Tiger WARRIORS IMAGE.
        Oct. 14, 2017

        Signed/Numbered Jerome Tiger WARRIORS IMAGE.

        Est: -

        ARTIST: Jerome Tiger (1941-1967), full blood Creek-Seminole, MEDIUM: Print on Paper, TITLE: 'Warriors Image' engraved on brass plate, lower center, YEAR: 1988, EDITION: Limited Edition 529/950 in pencil lower left, SIGNATURE on lower right. Professionally framed at 24" wide x 25" high, and in very nice condition. Comes with affidavit of Limited Edition. Please see photos for more details.

        Complete Auctions LLC
      • JEROME RICHARD TIGER (American 1941-1967) A PRINT, "Waiting," 1967,
        May. 15, 2016

        JEROME RICHARD TIGER (American 1941-1967) A PRINT, "Waiting," 1967,

        Est: $40 - $60

        JEROME RICHARD TIGER (American 1941-1967) A PRINT, "Waiting," 1967, colored lithographic print, signed L/R, numbered 1480/1500 L/L. 27 1/2" x 23 1/2"

        Houston Auction Company
      • Jerome Tiger Native American Framed Print #3
        Feb. 20, 2014

        Jerome Tiger Native American Framed Print #3

        Est: $50 - $100

        A framed print depicting drawings of Native American males by Jerome Tiger, a full blooded Creek-Seminole Indian from Oklahoma, who established himself as one of the foremost leaders of the Native American art movement. The 'Great Spirit' called him in 1967, but we are left with his genius. Good condition, some scuffs and scratches to the frame, etc. Image measures approximately 15.5" x 15.25" and frame measures approximately 26.5" x 26" x 1.25". Signature part of print.

        J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
      • Jerome Tiger Native American Framed Print #2
        Feb. 20, 2014

        Jerome Tiger Native American Framed Print #2

        Est: $50 - $100

        A framed print depicting drawings of Native American males by Jerome Tiger, a full blooded Creek-Seminole Indian from Oklahoma, who established himself as one of the foremost leaders of the Native American art movement. The 'Great Spirit' called him in 1967, but we are left with his genius. Good condition, some scuffs and scratches to the frame, etc. Image measures approximately 15.5" x 15.25" and frame measures approximately 26.5" x 26" x 1.25". Signature part of print.

        J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
      • Jerome Tiger Native American Framed Print #1
        Feb. 20, 2014

        Jerome Tiger Native American Framed Print #1

        Est: $50 - $100

        A framed print depicting drawings of Native American males by Jerome Tiger, a full blooded Creek-Seminole Indian from Oklahoma, who established himself as one of the foremost leaders of the Native American art movement. The 'Great Spirit' called him in 1967, but we are left with his genius. Good condition, some scuffs and scratches to the frame, etc. Image measures approximately 22" x 12" and frame measures approximately 32" x 22" x 1.25". Signature part of print.

        J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
      • Jerome Tiger "Observing the Enemy" Lim. Ed. Print
        Feb. 20, 2014

        Jerome Tiger "Observing the Enemy" Lim. Ed. Print

        Est: $100 - $200

        A Jerome Tiger print entitled "Observing the Enemy" depicting a Native American male with bow and arrow peering through tall grass. Signature and title part of print, pencil numbered 524/1500 lower left. The image measures approximately 18" x 13", frame measuring 29.5" x 23.5" x 1".

        J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
      • JEROME RICHARD TIGER (American, 1941-1967) Man on Bench
        Nov. 10, 2012

        JEROME RICHARD TIGER (American, 1941-1967) Man on Bench

        Est: $50 - $100

        JEROME RICHARD TIGER (American, 1941-1967) Man on Bench, 1964 Tempera on paper 9 x 8 inches (22.9 x 20.3 cm) Signed and dated lower right: Tiger 64 THE HOGAN FAMILY COLLECTION

        Heritage Auctions
      • 20TH CENT. JEROME RICHARD TIGER SERIGRAPH OF PLAINS INDIANS
        Jan. 10, 2010

        20TH CENT. JEROME RICHARD TIGER SERIGRAPH OF PLAINS INDIANS

        Est: $200 - $400

        20TH CENT. JEROME RICHARD TIGER SERIGRAPH OF PLAINS INDIANS - SERIGRAPH OF 3 GENERATIONS OF PLAINS INDIANS-ELDERLY FATHER, SON & GRANDSON-SIGNED TIGER W/ FEATHER MONOGRAM ON LOWER RIGHT & NUMBERED #240/1500, MATTED IN A MOLDED WOODEN FRAME (15" X 11"-SIGHT SIZE)

        Keene Auctions
      • PRINT, AMERICAN INDIAN, JEROME RICHARD TIGER
        Oct. 11, 2008

        PRINT, AMERICAN INDIAN, JEROME RICHARD TIGER

        Est: $100 - $200

        PRINT, AMERICAN INDIAN, JEROME RICHARD TIGER Framed color print, "Into Another Life", by Jerome Richard Tiger (United States, 1941-1967), signed and dated 1967 lower right, limited edition print no 950/200?, sight 16.25", 12"w, overall 24.25"h, 20"w, 1"d

        Austin Auction Gallery
      • JEROME RICHARD TIGER (AMERICAN, 1941-1967) GROUP OF THREE PRINTS Prints
        Jun. 21, 2008

        JEROME RICHARD TIGER (AMERICAN, 1941-1967) GROUP OF THREE PRINTS Prints

        Est: $40 - $60

        JEROME RICHARD TIGER (AMERICAN, 1941-1967) GROUP OF THREE PRINTS Prints Framed; 'Two Native Americans Fighting', print: 15 3/4 x 10 3/4 in., lower left numbered: 62/750, lower ight signed and dated: Tiger 66; 'Waiting', print: 15 x 11, lower left numbered: 1346/1500, lower right signed and dated: Tiger 67; and 'Never Get Away', print: 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 in., lower right numbered: 558/1500, lower center inscribed: Never Get Away, lower right signed and dated: Tiger 67 Provenance : Estate of Pamela Cragun-King

        Potomack Company
      • JEROME RICHARD TIGER (AMERICAN, 1941-1967) GROUP OF THREE PRINTS Prints
        May. 17, 2008

        JEROME RICHARD TIGER (AMERICAN, 1941-1967) GROUP OF THREE PRINTS Prints

        Est: $100 - $150

        JEROME RICHARD TIGER (AMERICAN, 1941-1967) GROUP OF THREE PRINTS Prints Framed; 'Two Native Americans Fighting', print: 15 3/4 x 10 3/4 in., lower left numbered: 62/750, lower ight signed and dated: Tiger 66; 'Waiting', print: 15 x 11, lower left numbered: 1346/1500, lower right signed and dated: Tiger 67; and 'Never Get Away', print: 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 in., lower right numbered: 558/1500, lower center inscribed: Never Get Away, lower right signed and dated: Tiger 67 Provenance : Estate of Pamela Cragun-King

        Potomack Company
      • Jerome Tiger (Creek-Seminole, 1941-1967)
        Jan. 29, 2005

        Jerome Tiger (Creek-Seminole, 1941-1967)

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Two Gouache Paintings, depicting a male and a female dancer, signed "Tiger 65," l.r., (some fading at mat edge), unframed, each 6 x 4 3/4 in.

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