(1882 - 1970)
M. "Lone Wolf" Lone Wolf was active/lived in Montana, Arizona. Lone Wolf is known for commercial art, painting, illustration.
Born and raised on Birch Creek, the southern boundary of the Blackfoot Reservation of Montana, Lone Wolf was said to be one of the more colorful personalities of the Old West. In the "white man's" culture, he became famous for his illustration and commercial art skills as well as for fine art painting and sculpting of western scenes. He was also "one of the first Native American artists to paint in an academic manner and one of the first Native American professionals to utilize his own people as his primary theme" . . .(Gerdts 95)
His given name was Hart Merriam Schultz, and he was the son of James W. Schultz and Fine Shield Woman. His father was the author of many books about Indian life, including the widely read ... Displaying 750 of 4859 characters.