Frohawk Two Feathers (born Umar Rashid) (American, born 1976). <em>A litter made for the coronation of King Andre the 1st by his soldiers upon his ascendancy to the throne of Free Hispaniola 1793. (It should be noted that it was rejected by his advisors as dull and unfit).</em>, 2012. Antique chair, bamboo, animal fur, rawhide, parrot feathers, kauai shells and acrylic, 52 x 27 x 80 in. (132.1 x 68.6 x 203.2 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of the Contemporary Art Council and gift of James N. Rosenberg, by exchange, 2012.29.1. © artist or artist's estate (Photo: Image courtesy of Morgan Lehmann Gallery, CUR.2012.29.1_Morgan_Lehmann_Gallery_photo.jpg)

A litter made for the coronation of King Andre the 1st by his soldiers upon his ascendancy to the throne of Free Hispaniola 1793. (It should be noted that it was rejected by his advisors as dull and unfit).

Artist:Frohawk Two Feathers (born Umar Rashid)

Medium: Antique chair, bamboo, animal fur, rawhide, parrot feathers, kauai shells and acrylic

Dates:2012

Dimensions: 52 x 27 x 80 in. (132.1 x 68.6 x 203.2 cm)

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Museum Location: Brooklyn Museum, BMA, 3MZH, 22B

Accession Number: 2012.29.1

Image: CUR.2012.29.1_Morgan_Lehmann_Gallery_photo.jpg,

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