Brummett Echohawk

Brummett Echohawk

Birth
Pawnee, Pawnee County, Oklahoma, USA
Death
13 Feb 2006 (aged 83)
Bartlesville, Washington County, Oklahoma, USA
Burial
Pawnee, Pawnee County, Oklahoma, USA
Memorial ID
13770748 View Source

Brummett married Mary Frances McInnes. The Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma (Gilcrease Museum) owns Echohawk's 1957 painting "Trail of Tears." Brummett Echo-hawk , 1922- Pawnee
Brummett Echohawk was born in 1922 in Pawnee, Oklahoma. He was a World War II combat veteran and served in North Africa, Sicily and Italy. Echohawk studied art at the Detroit School of Art and Crafts in 1945 and at the Art Institute of Chicago, 1945-48. He studied Creative Writing at the University of Tulsa. He has had his paintings shown in Pakistan and India, through the Art in the Embassy Program, State Department. As an actor Echohawk has appeared in the role of Sitting Bull in Kopit's play Indians in Tulsa, Fort Worth. He is an authority of the Custer Battle at Little Big Horn. Books by Brummett Echo-hawk: Echo-hawk, Brummett. "Young Rider of the High Country"
Hillsboro, Kan. : Hearth Pub., 1994. Genre: Fiction, Description: 181 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. Written by Edward Marcus McGough and illustrated by Brummett Echo-Hawk. Ranch life--Fiction. Horses--Fiction. Audience: All Ages; ISBN: 1882420136
Frances, my cousin, from Oklahoma City to Tulsa and Brummet showed us paintings he had done that were hanging in their apartment. They all told a story. For years they sent us Christmas Cards that had copies of his paintings with Indian Christmas themes. I think I have some still. I have given some to our children for keep sakes.
BRUMMETT ECHOHAWK
Pawnee, Kit-Kahaki (warrior band)
45th Infantry Division, 179th Infantry, Company C, Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star, Purple Heart (3), Battle Stars (4).
Born, Pawnee Oklahoma, attended Chilocco, Indian Academy. Brummett and William Lasley, a Potawatomie, led successful charge at Anzio Beach to "take" the "Factory" which insured that the allied toe-hold at Anzio Beach was secure. Lasley was killed in the first assault. Brummett became a well known artist, with paintings in galleries around the world.
Brummett Echohawk, a distinguished American Indian artist, died Monday, 13 February 2006. He was 83. Funeral services are scheduled for noon Saturday at the Pawnee nation Multipurpose Center in Pawnee under the direction of Poteet Funeral Home of Pawnee.

Brummett married Mary Frances McInnes. The Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma (Gilcrease Museum) owns Echohawk's 1957 painting "Trail of Tears." Brummett Echo-hawk , 1922- Pawnee
Brummett Echohawk was born in 1922 in Pawnee, Oklahoma. He was a World War II combat veteran and served in North Africa, Sicily and Italy. Echohawk studied art at the Detroit School of Art and Crafts in 1945 and at the Art Institute of Chicago, 1945-48. He studied Creative Writing at the University of Tulsa. He has had his paintings shown in Pakistan and India, through the Art in the Embassy Program, State Department. As an actor Echohawk has appeared in the role of Sitting Bull in Kopit's play Indians in Tulsa, Fort Worth. He is an authority of the Custer Battle at Little Big Horn. Books by Brummett Echo-hawk: Echo-hawk, Brummett. "Young Rider of the High Country"
Hillsboro, Kan. : Hearth Pub., 1994. Genre: Fiction, Description: 181 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. Written by Edward Marcus McGough and illustrated by Brummett Echo-Hawk. Ranch life--Fiction. Horses--Fiction. Audience: All Ages; ISBN: 1882420136
Frances, my cousin, from Oklahoma City to Tulsa and Brummet showed us paintings he had done that were hanging in their apartment. They all told a story. For years they sent us Christmas Cards that had copies of his paintings with Indian Christmas themes. I think I have some still. I have given some to our children for keep sakes.
BRUMMETT ECHOHAWK
Pawnee, Kit-Kahaki (warrior band)
45th Infantry Division, 179th Infantry, Company C, Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star, Purple Heart (3), Battle Stars (4).
Born, Pawnee Oklahoma, attended Chilocco, Indian Academy. Brummett and William Lasley, a Potawatomie, led successful charge at Anzio Beach to "take" the "Factory" which insured that the allied toe-hold at Anzio Beach was secure. Lasley was killed in the first assault. Brummett became a well known artist, with paintings in galleries around the world.
Brummett Echohawk, a distinguished American Indian artist, died Monday, 13 February 2006. He was 83. Funeral services are scheduled for noon Saturday at the Pawnee nation Multipurpose Center in Pawnee under the direction of Poteet Funeral Home of Pawnee.


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