No Dogs at the Ceremony, from the series The Ceremony that Never Was

Rick Bartow, Wiyot / American, born 1946
Wiyot
California culture

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2006

Acrylic on panel

Overall: 20 1/16 × 16 1/16 × 7/8 in. (51 × 40.8 × 2.3 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Purchased through the Hood Museum of Art Acquisitions Fund

© Rick Bartow

2008.6.2

Geography

Place Made: Table Bluff Reservation, United States, North America

Period

21st century

Object Name

Painting

Research Area

Native American

Painting

Native American: California Culture

Not on view

Inscriptions

Signed and dated, in paint, lower right: B[illegible script] 06; titled, in ink, on reverse, center: # 1 / the painting of the / ceremony that never was #2 / or / No dogs / at ceremony [illegible upside down stamp over part of inscription]; printed, in ink, on label affixed to reverse, lower right: No Dogs at the Ceremony, Or A Painting of the / Ceremony That Never Was #2 [2 written in ink over print] / Rick Bartow / acrylic on panel, polyptych 2 of 4 / 2006 / Inv # 1762 20 x 16"each, 20x64"polyptych / Froelick Gallery / 817 SW SECOND AVENUE, PORTLAND, OREGON 97204 / www.froelickgallery.com; inscribed, in ink, on reverse, bottom edge: FG 1762 LEFT MIDDLE 2/4

Course History

NAS 30.1, ARTH 17, Modern Native American Art History, Joyce Szabo, Summer 2013

SART 31, Painting II, Thomas Ferrara, Spring 2019

Exhibition History

Native American Art at Dartmouth: Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 8, 2011-March 12, 2012.

Publication History

George P. Horse Capture, Sr., Joe D. Horse Capture, Joseph M. Sanchez, et al., Native American Art at Dartmouth: Hightlights from the Hood Museum of Art, Hanover: Trustees of Dartmouth College, 2011, ill. on p. 46 and p. 147. no 44.

Provenance

Stonington Gallery, Seattle, Washington; sold to present collection, 2008.

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