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Native American

Joslyn Art Museum's collection of Native American art features historic and contemporary painting, sculpture, drawings, prints, and objects by the native peoples of North America. Highlights of the collection include ledger books by Howling Wolf and White Horse and a beaded jacket belonging to Logan Fontenelle, grandson of the renowned Omaha chief Big Elk. Contemporary American Indian works include paintings and works on paper by Fritz Scholder, Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, and Arthur Amiotte; sculptures by Allan Houser and Bob Haozous; and photographs by Zig Jackson and Victor Masayesva, Jr; as well as contemporary interpretations of traditional objects and materials.