Lot 171

Katherine Skeele Dann (1896-1963) - Eagle Dance Ceremony (PDC1501)

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

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Charcoal, 12" x 16.25" (15.5" x 20.125" framed) c. 1930. 


The drawing is in excellent condition. The frame shows very minor wear. Signed in the lower right corner. See additional images.

Overall Dimensions
Height: 12.00
Width: 16.25

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Acquired from a private collection in California. The owner purchased it in 1978 from Vintage Antiques, Healdsburg, California. Vintage Antiques acquired it from the estate of Frode Dann (spouse of the artist). Katherine Skeele Dann studied at the California School of Fine Arts, in Paris with Andre Lhote and at the Royal Academy of Arts in Florence. She was a high school art teacher for many years and often spent summers in Taos among the Native Americans. In 1946 she married artist Frode Dann and they established the Pasadena School of Fine Arts.