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Lavender fields and soft fringe enfold the image of one whose eyes speak, gazing out from now, effecting a ripple of rightful action.
Conflicting information abounds about the young gentleman whose portrait graces this piece; photographed by Carl Moon in 1905, this Indigenous American man is either an unknown person of Diné Navajo descent or was actually named Eskio Tobar, a Lipan Apache youth of Texas in Diné Navajo Dress.