Woody Crumbo supported himself as a Native American dancer while he studied art. His career took off when his mentor sold some of Crumbo’s paintings to the San Francisco Museum of Art. In 1939, the U.S. Department of the Interior commissioned Crumbo to paint murals on the walls of its building in Washington, D.C. Crumbo also painted murals on the U.S.S. Oklahoma, which was later attacked and sunk at Pearl Harbor.
This print comes from the Woody Crumbo authorized estate, catalogued and handled by the Crumbo family.