In these two drawings, Howling Wolf depicts himself in his finest war regalia, overcoming his enemies with a lance. Both enemies are European-American, as illustrated by their accoutrements. The enemy mounted on a horse has a western-style saddle, and holds pistols in each hand. In the other drawing the enemy holds a rifle and two sticks which support his rifle during long–distance firing. The wound mark on Howling Wolf’s rear leg is evidence that the enemy was partially successful. Despite this, the warrior-artist rushed his enemy under a hail of bullets and stabbed him with his lance. (also see T0381)
Physical dimensions: 
height 13 in ; width 15 in
height 5.625 in ; width 7.25 in