Mandan Indian Chief Mato Tope 22×30 Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art

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Mandan Indian Chief Mato Tope 22x30 Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art

Mandan Indian Chief Mato Tope 22x30 Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art
Mandan Indian Chief Mato Tope. “Mandan Indian Chief Mato Tope” Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art print. Limited to 100 prints, each print is hand numbered. The image is printed on mould-made, 100% cotton rag watercolor paper imported from France. The image size is 18×25.5 inches. The paper size is 30×22 inches. The image is printed using specially engineered ink technology for optimum image quality and over 100 years of lightfastness. Guaranteed to be new and in mint condition. Johann Carl Bodmer (11 February 1809 – 30 October 1893) was a printmaker, etcher, lithographer, zinc engraver, draftsman, painter, illustrator and hunter. Known as Karl Bodmer in literature and paintings, as a Swiss and French citizen his name has been listed as Johann Karl Bodmer and Jean-Charles Bodmer respectively. After 1843, likely as a result of his son Charles-Henry Barbizon, he began to sign his works K Bodmer. Karl Bodmer was well known in Germany for his watercolors, drawings and aquatints of cities and landscapes of the Rhine, Mosel and Lahn rivers. As a member of the Barbizon School – a French landscape painting group from the mid-19th century, he created many oil paintings with animal motifs as well as wood engravings, drawings, and book illustrations. Best known in the United States as a painter who captured the American West of the 19th century with extremely accurate depictions of its inhabitants. He accompanied German explorer Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied from 1832 through 1834 on his Missouri River expedition. He was hired as an artist by Maximilian with the specific intent of traveling through the American West and recording images of cities, rivers, towns and people they saw along the way, including many images of Native Americans along the Missouri and that region. Bodmer was made a Knight in the French Legion of Honour in 1877. Many of Bodmer’s work was chronicled in Prince Maximilian’s book entitled Maximilian Prince of Wied’s Travels in the Interior of North America. Look and see what other collectors have said! The art print came today and it looks great. We’re building a new house and this will look great. The Print arrived today, and I must say that it is even more beautiful than I had imagined. I know I will enjoy it for a long time. So pleased to be purchasing this art print of yours. It is beautiful and will, I’m sure, look stunning in the home we will soon be building in the city. Hi, I received my print and I love it! It will have a place of honor in our home. Thanks for the prompt service. It is absolutely beautiful. I can’t wait to get it up on my wall soon. Thank you so much, not only for the lovely print, but for packing it so well. I just wanted to drop you a line and tell you how nice the picture is. In fact, much nicer in person than I thought. I can hardly wait to get it framed. Just a brief note to tell you how much I love my print. Notify me if you have any other prints available….. I have received your lovely print. It will be a beautiful addition to my home. It will look great hanging with my other prints. I received the print on Tuesday. Thanks for the fast turnaround!!! Most collectors like to get their own frames. (Guarantee) Everything is guaranteed. Check out my feedback Profile! Thank you for your business. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “isellart” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Style: Art Deco
  • Date of Creation: 2000-Now
  • Edition Size: 100
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Original/Reproduction: Original Print
  • Print Type: Giclee & Iris Print
  • Signed: Signed
  • Edition Type: Limited Edition
  • Features: Limited Edition, Numbered
  • Material: Matte Paper
  • Production Technique: Giclee & Iris Print
  • Type: Print

Mandan Indian Chief Mato Tope 22x30 Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art

Mandan Indians 30×44 Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art

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Mandan Indians 30x44 Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art

Mandan Indians 30x44 Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art
“Mandan Indians” Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art print. Limited to 100 prints, each print is hand numbered. The image is printed on mould-made, 100% cotton rag watercolor paper imported from France. The image size is 33×26.5 inches. The paper size is 44×30 inches. The image is printed using specially engineered ink technology for optimum image quality and over 100 years of lightfastness. Guaranteed to be new and in mint condition. Johann Carl Bodmer (11 February 1809 – 30 October 1893) was a printmaker, etcher, lithographer, zinc engraver, draftsman, painter, illustrator and hunter. Known as Karl Bodmer in literature and paintings, as a Swiss and French citizen his name has been listed as Johann Karl Bodmer and Jean-Charles Bodmer respectively. After 1843, likely as a result of his son Charles-Henry Barbizon, he began to sign his works K Bodmer. Karl Bodmer was well known in Germany for his watercolors, drawings and aquatints of cities and landscapes of the Rhine, Mosel and Lahn rivers. As a member of the Barbizon School – a French landscape painting group from the mid-19th century, he created many oil paintings with animal motifs as well as wood engravings, drawings, and book illustrations. Best known in the United States as a painter who captured the American West of the 19th century with extremely accurate depictions of its inhabitants. He accompanied German explorer Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied from 1832 through 1834 on his Missouri River expedition. He was hired as an artist by Maximilian with the specific intent of traveling through the American West and recording images of cities, rivers, towns and people they saw along the way, including many images of Native Americans along the Missouri and that region. Bodmer was made a Knight in the French Legion of Honour in 1877. Many of Bodmer’s work was chronicled in Prince Maximilian’s book entitled Maximilian Prince of Wied’s Travels in the Interior of North America. Look and see what other collectors have said! The art print came today and it looks great. We’re building a new house and this will look great. The Print arrived today, and I must say that it is even more beautiful than I had imagined. I know I will enjoy it for a long time. So pleased to be purchasing this art print of yours. It is beautiful and will, I’m sure, look stunning in the home we will soon be building in the city. Hi, I received my print and I love it! It will have a place of honor in our home. Thanks for the prompt service. It is absolutely beautiful. I can’t wait to get it up on my wall soon. Thank you so much, not only for the lovely print, but for packing it so well. I just wanted to drop you a line and tell you how nice the picture is. In fact, much nicer in person than I thought. I can hardly wait to get it framed. Just a brief note to tell you how much I love my print. Notify me if you have any other prints available….. I have received your lovely print. It will be a beautiful addition to my home. It will look great hanging with my other prints. I received the print on Tuesday. Thanks for the fast turnaround!!! Most collectors like to get their own frames. (Guarantee) Everything is guaranteed. Check out my feedback Profile! Thank you for your business. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “isellart” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Style: Art Deco
  • Date of Creation: 2000-Now
  • Edition Size: 100
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Original/Reproduction: Original Print
  • Print Type: Giclee & Iris Print
  • Signed: Signed
  • Edition Type: Limited Edition
  • Features: Limited Edition, Numbered
  • Material: Matte Paper
  • Production Technique: Giclee & Iris Print
  • Type: Print

Mandan Indians 30x44 Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art

A Mandan Indian Chief by Karl Bodmer Native American Art Print + Ships Free

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A Mandan Indian Chief by Karl Bodmer Native American Art Print + Ships Free
A Mandan Indian Chief by Karl Bodmer Native American Art Print + Ships Free
A Mandan Indian Chief by Karl Bodmer Native American Art Print + Ships Free
A Mandan Indian Chief by Karl Bodmer Native American Art Print + Ships Free
A Mandan Indian Chief by Karl Bodmer Native American Art Print + Ships Free
A Mandan Indian Chief by Karl Bodmer Native American Art Print + Ships Free
A Mandan Indian Chief by Karl Bodmer Native American Art Print + Ships Free
A Mandan Indian Chief by Karl Bodmer Native American Art Print + Ships Free

A Mandan Indian Chief by Karl Bodmer Native American Art Print + Ships Free
Johann Carl Bodmer 1809 – 1893 was a Swiss-French printmaker, etcher, lithographer, zinc engraver, draftsman, painter, illustrator and hunter. Known as Karl Bodmer in literature and paintings, as a Swiss and French citizen, his name was recorded as Johann Karl Bodmer and Jean-Charles Bodmer, respectively. After 1843, likely as a result of the birth of his son Charles-Henry Barbizon, he began to sign his works K Bodmer. He is best known in the United States as a painter who captured the American West of the 19th century. He painted extremely accurate works of its inhabitants and landscape. He accompanied the German explorer Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied from 1832 through 1834 on his Missouri River expedition. Bodmer was hired as an artist by Maximilian in order to accompany his expedition and record images of cities, rivers, towns and peoples they saw along the way, including the many tribes of Native Americans along the Missouri River and in that region. Bodmer had 81 aquatints made from his work to illustrate Prince Maximilian’s book entitled Maximilian Prince of Wied’s Travels in the Interior of North America. This image is scanned from that book. This beautiful Vintage style Art Print is reproduced in the USA by Texas Art Warehouse in a variety of sizes and materials. (Select from the dropdown box). All products are custom made to order by our printing and framing partner in the USA. If you are not satisfied with the product please let us know before leaving a review and we will do our best to resolve the issue. If you are looking to frame yourself choose Unframed Art Paper or Rolled Canvas which are perfect for using existing frames or upcycling thrift store finds. If you prefer a ready to hang canvas piece right out of the box we have Stretched Gallery Wrap Canvas or Black Float Framed Canvas. You can also choose a ready to hang black wood framed paper print under plexiglass. Gallery Wrapped & Stretched Canvas 1.25 Deep Bar with Mirror Edge (Extra edge is cloned on so you see the full image on the front). Framed Canvas is a stretched canvas with black sides mounted inside a narrow black float frame made from real wood. It is fixed from the back so there is a narrow gap between the edge of the canvas and the frame making the canvas appear to float. Framed Paper Prints: 18×22 overall size. 12×16 image size plus 2″ white border and 1″ Frame. Sizes are inches external size including the frame. Border is a white border that is added to the printed image to create the appearance of a mat. Some images have been cropped to accommodate standardized framing size. 100% real wood frame with a matte black enamel finish, Shatter proof plexi glass. Bright, white photo paper with a satin finish. Weight – 260g/m2. Thickness – 10 mil. Brightness – 93.87%. Opacity – 96.44. Full sharp color fidelity. State of the art printing technology which results in sharp photographic reproduction and color fidelity. UL certified GREENGUARD GOLD ink. Digital print canvas. Scratch, crack, & warp resistant. State of the art printing technology for sharp photographic reproduction and color fidelity. UL Certified GREENGUARD GOLD Ink. 1.25 Deep Stretcher Bar. FSC Certified from sustainable forests. Finger jointed for strength. Warp free – will not bow. Ready to hang – pre-installed sawtooth hanging hardware. Rubber bumpers – protects wall surface and keeps print straight on the wall. 100% kiln dried molding. Twice sanded & finished without toxins or chipping. 100% real pine wood. Professional matte black finish. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “texasartwarehouse” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Mexico, Australia.
  • Size & Substrate: 12×16 Framed Canvas
  • Artist: Karl Bodmer, Johann Carl Bodmer
  • Production Technique: GiclĂ©e Print
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Style: Vintage, Americana
  • Material: Canvas, Paper
  • Theme: Native American, American Indians, Maximilian Prince of Wied Travels in the Interior, Americana, Art
  • Type: Print
  • Subject: Maximilian Prince of Wied Travels in the Interior, Native American, American Indian, Prince Max, American West, Missouri River Expedition, West, Western, Mandan Indian, Mandan Chief, Indian Headdress, Famous Paintings/Painters
  • Signed: No
  • Original/Licensed Reprint: Licensed Reprint
  • Unit of Sale: Single Piece

A Mandan Indian Chief by Karl Bodmer Native American Art Print + Ships Free

Mandan Indian Chief Mato Tope 30×44 Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art

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Mandan Indian Chief Mato Tope 30x44 Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art

Mandan Indian Chief Mato Tope 30x44 Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art
Mandan Indian Chief Mato Tope. “Mandan Indian Chief Mato Tope” Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art print. Limited to 100 prints, each print is hand numbered. The image is printed on mould-made, 100% cotton rag watercolor paper imported from France. The image size is 33×24.5 inches. The paper size is 44×30 inches. The image is printed using specially engineered ink technology for optimum image quality and over 100 years of lightfastness. Guaranteed to be new and in mint condition. Johann Carl Bodmer (11 February 1809 – 30 October 1893) was a printmaker, etcher, lithographer, zinc engraver, draftsman, painter, illustrator and hunter. Known as Karl Bodmer in literature and paintings, as a Swiss and French citizen his name has been listed as Johann Karl Bodmer and Jean-Charles Bodmer respectively. After 1843, likely as a result of his son Charles-Henry Barbizon, he began to sign his works K Bodmer. Karl Bodmer was well known in Germany for his watercolors, drawings and aquatints of cities and landscapes of the Rhine, Mosel and Lahn rivers. As a member of the Barbizon School – a French landscape painting group from the mid-19th century, he created many oil paintings with animal motifs as well as wood engravings, drawings, and book illustrations. Best known in the United States as a painter who captured the American West of the 19th century with extremely accurate depictions of its inhabitants. He accompanied German explorer Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied from 1832 through 1834 on his Missouri River expedition. He was hired as an artist by Maximilian with the specific intent of traveling through the American West and recording images of cities, rivers, towns and people they saw along the way, including many images of Native Americans along the Missouri and that region. Bodmer was made a Knight in the French Legion of Honour in 1877. Many of Bodmer’s work was chronicled in Prince Maximilian’s book entitled Maximilian Prince of Wied’s Travels in the Interior of North America. Look and see what other collectors have said! The art print came today and it looks great. We’re building a new house and this will look great. The Print arrived today, and I must say that it is even more beautiful than I had imagined. I know I will enjoy it for a long time. So pleased to be purchasing this art print of yours. It is beautiful and will, I’m sure, look stunning in the home we will soon be building in the city. Hi, I received my print and I love it! It will have a place of honor in our home. Thanks for the prompt service. It is absolutely beautiful. I can’t wait to get it up on my wall soon. Thank you so much, not only for the lovely print, but for packing it so well. I just wanted to drop you a line and tell you how nice the picture is. In fact, much nicer in person than I thought. I can hardly wait to get it framed. Just a brief note to tell you how much I love my print. Notify me if you have any other prints available….. I have received your lovely print. It will be a beautiful addition to my home. It will look great hanging with my other prints. I received the print on Tuesday. Thanks for the fast turnaround!!! Most collectors like to get their own frames. (Guarantee) Everything is guaranteed. Check out my feedback Profile! Thank you for your business. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “isellart” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Style: Art Deco
  • Date of Creation: 2000-Now
  • Edition Size: 100
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Original/Reproduction: Original Print
  • Print Type: Giclee & Iris Print
  • Signed: Signed
  • Edition Type: Limited Edition
  • Features: Limited Edition, Numbered
  • Material: Matte Paper
  • Production Technique: Giclee & Iris Print
  • Type: Print

Mandan Indian Chief Mato Tope 30x44 Karl Bodmer Native American Indian Art