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Henry Inman

Tshi-Zun-Hau-Kau (He-Who-Runs-with-Deer), Winnebago, ca. 1832-1833

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Henry Inman, Tshi-Zun-Hau-Kau (He-Who-Runs-with-Deer), Winnebago, ca. 1832-1833
Oil on canvas, 30 1/4 x 25 1/4 in. (76.8 x 64.1 cm). Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Museum purchase, gift of the Richard C. von Hess Foundation, 2004.165.

Inman's portrait of Tshi-Zun-Hau-Kau (He-Who-Runs-with-Deer) shows an identified Native American leader. Tshi-Zun-Hau-Kau traveled to Washington DC in 1828 with a delegation from the Winnebago nation. He was described as "a warrior of remarkable genius and singular character." In this portrait, he holds a feather-topped staff and cradles a steel hatchet. Around his neck he wears an Indian Peace Medal, a gift typically given to Native American leaders at treaty councils.

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