Jerome Richard Tiger (1941–1967) was a highly influential Native American painter from Oklahoma. Tiger produced hundreds of paintings from 1962 until his death in 1967. A fullblood Muscogee Creek-Seminole, Tiger’s style is said to be a combination of “spiritual vision, humane understanding, and technical virtuosity” but with traditional subject matter and composition.
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Through The Everglades by Jerome Richard Tiger(Creek/Seminole). There have always been strong ties between the Creeks and the Seminoles. Their cultures and languages are very similar, and centuries ago the tribes were once one. Tiger himself was Creek-Seminole, and although he grew up among the Creeks he had a rich Seminole heritage. ..