Lehman&Duval Native American, Indian, Portrait, Otoe Chief, Chon-Mon-I-Case, Litho

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Lehman&Duval Native American, Indian, Portrait, Otoe Chief, Chon-Mon-I-Case, Litho
Lehman&Duval Native American, Indian, Portrait, Otoe Chief, Chon-Mon-I-Case, Litho
Lehman&Duval Native American, Indian, Portrait, Otoe Chief, Chon-Mon-I-Case, Litho
Lehman&Duval Native American, Indian, Portrait, Otoe Chief, Chon-Mon-I-Case, Litho
Lehman&Duval Native American, Indian, Portrait, Otoe Chief, Chon-Mon-I-Case, Litho
Lehman&Duval Native American, Indian, Portrait, Otoe Chief, Chon-Mon-I-Case, Litho
Lehman&Duval Native American, Indian, Portrait, Otoe Chief, Chon-Mon-I-Case, Litho
Lehman&Duval Native American, Indian, Portrait, Otoe Chief, Chon-Mon-I-Case, Litho
Lehman&Duval Native American, Indian, Portrait, Otoe Chief, Chon-Mon-I-Case, Litho

Lehman&Duval Native American, Indian, Portrait, Otoe Chief, Chon-Mon-I-Case, Litho
The new screen will show a list of kinds of questions you might want to ask. The last on the list is the word other. Chatting about the piece, the artist and negotiations and other important information would be helpful if you are serious in acquiring any art piece that I sell. This is a fine lithograph of a Native American Chief, Chon-Mon-I-Case who was considered a half chief of the Otoe(also Oto)Tribe about 200 years ago. The tribe lived for centuries in. The upper area of Missouri. It is mentioned as the Otto Tribe on the print, probably a variation of the spelling from the time the piece was printed. The sheet the image is printed on has dimensions of about 14×19. It is well framed and specially matted with a Native American style. The image is in excellent condition and the frame is very solid, with a few chips, no cracks, the mat excellent, the best I have seen of the Lehman&Duval prints. The image is based on a Charles Bird King painting. King was commissioned in 1821 to paint numerous Native American Chiefs that were invited to Washington. The government knew that the Native Americans were disappearing, in part because of government policy. Some leaders of the country wanted at least a record of the tribes’ leaders. He and other artists like George Catlin, and John Mix Stanley created about 290 paintings. Unfortunately most of all these Native American portraits were destroyed in a fire in 1865 at the Smithsonian Institute that held Native American items. A few of his paintings have survived and two I found went into the many hundreds of thousands. His depictions of Native Americans have been widely praised and criticized, you might want to read why. Lehman and Duval made lithographs from the paintings, and in color, and the basic images of the paintings are shown in the many prints that they did. I have no idea when this was printed, Lehman and Duval started their lithographs of King’s paintings in 1836. I could not find how many of the 291 paintings in the Smithsonian Native American portraits that they were able to make lithographs of or when they completed their commission. The original lithographs were all painted in watercolor and at some point antebellum a book was printed of their portraits, I imagine those original books are nearly priceless. I assume the printing of this piece is modern, probably not hand painted in watercolor. The chief unfortunately lost part of his nose before he visited Washington but the artist didn’t depict it here. Chon-Mon-I-Case is also spelled Shaumonekusse and other variations. He was described at the time as a witty, and sociable person, a daring and active warrior who could be duplicitous when trying to conceal his actual sentiments. President Monroe summoned him and other chiefs to Washington to basically have a their portraits painted and a bit of their culture revealed and remembered, Chon-Mon-I-Case brought his youngest wife and both were painted by Charles King. Since the beginning of the America the government has broken every treaty with the Native Americans, and countless battles and massacres and movements such as the Trail of Tears destroyed hundreds of Native American tribes’ cultures. The leaders of the country knew it then, had plans for more of the destruction, but in the 1820’s an anthropologist and a few learned men knew that it would be wise to remember these earliest Americans in some way. They deserved better but hey some people want to forget history or never know it. The greatest gift King and the lithographers did was show the different garb of the leaders, not lumping them as all the same like our movies often did. There are countless misconceptions about the Native Americans including there were no teepees or horses until after the Spanish missionaries and settlers came to what now is the United States in the 1500’s, decades before any of the other European groups. Native Americans in the Great Plains were able to capture some horses that became wild. They designed the teepees as a convenient way to follow the buffalo herds. There were probably 20,000,000 buffalo in the 1600’s and that number eventually was down less than a thousand. Guess why and ask Buffalo Bill. Also, the Native Americans in Mexico and Central America at one time were mathematical geniuses and astronomers who were able to predict solar eclipses thousands of years in advance. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “connecticutskier” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Republic of Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Montserrat, Turks and Caicos Islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French Guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Vietnam.
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Artist: Charles Byrd King, Lehman and Duval
  • Style: Americana, Realism
  • Material: Lithograph
  • Type: Print
  • Features: Framed
  • Subject: Native American Portrait
  • Listed By: connecticutskier
  • Original/Licensed Reprint: Limited Edition Print
  • Date of Creation: 1800-1899
  • Width (Inches): 14
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Height (Inches): 19
  • Print Surface: Paper

Lehman&Duval Native American, Indian, Portrait, Otoe Chief, Chon-Mon-I-Case, Litho

1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York

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1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York
1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York
1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York
1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York
1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York
1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York
1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York
1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York
1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York
1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York
1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York
1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York

1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York
Note: Many of my clients are scholars and researchers seeking specific information related to their field of interest. For their convenience I include the following details directly from this book. Subject Matter Discussed/Illustrated in this Book (See Full Contents Below): Our Life Among the Iroquois Harriet Caswell First Edition Antique Illustrated Native American Indian Indians Cattaraugus Indian Reservation Seneca Indian Nation Asher Laura Wright Mission Missionary Seneca History Legends Anthropology Ethnology Iroquois Confederacy Christianity Longhouse Red Jacket Honondeuh Tuscaroras Cayugas Onondagas Oneidas Mohawks Lake Erie Hudson River. OUR LIFE AMONG THE IROQUOIS INDIANS. Published in 1892 by the Congregational Sunday School and Publishing Society, Boston and Chicago. 8″ x 6″ decorated cloth hardcover. Condition: GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION. Exterior as shown in photo, with some surface wear, soiling, etc. Text is clean and complete. No torn, loose or missing pages. A rare antique Native American title. OUR LIFE AMONG THE IROQUOIS stands as a vital, valuable record of Seneca Indian life at the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation in southwestern New York during the mid-19th century. The Seneca Indian Nation is one of six nations comprising the Iroquois League. This book relates the experiences of missionaries Asher and Laura Wright, who lived among the Senecas at the Cattaraugus Reservation for more than 40 years. In the course of their missionary work, the Wrights translated hymns and portions of the New Testament into the Seneca language, supervised the publication of a periodical, and instituted the Thomas Asylum for Orphan and Destitute Indian Children, later known as the Thomas Indian School. At the same time, they also recorded a great deal of detailed information about Seneca history and everyday life on the reservation, preserving a vivid chronicle of Seneca existence in ways that no anthropologist or ethnologist could. It was a time of great upheavals for the Seneca as tribal allegiances shifted away from the ancient Iroquois Confederacy and more members embraced Christianity. In OUR LIFE AMONG THE IROQUOIS, the Wrights record heated religious disputes between Christian converts and Seneca traditionalists on the reservation, including a contentious tense Christmas observance held within a longhouse, a debate over the origins of the world, and Chief Logan’s fierce opposition to Christian burial rites for a relative. The Wrights also provide valuable descriptions of Seneca religious ceremonies, eyewitness accounts of community events and conversions, memorable speeches by Red Jacket and Honondeuh, and many Seneca legends, origin stories, and historical accounts. The Preface by author Harriet S. Caswell sets the stage for the story of the Wrights’ experiences among the Iroquois. A few hours’ ride from the nearest railroad station in a wagon not the easiest, over a road not the smoothest, meeting with narrow escapes as to mud holes and deep ruts, and you will find yourself upon the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation. You might as well be west of the Rocky Mountains for any indications of the pale face that you see here. Indians in the homes, on the roads, working on the farms, and building houses ; Indian children with ball clubs, snow snakes, and arrows ; Indian babies upon the backs of their mothers ; Indian corn bread boiling in the kettles under the trees; Indians here, there, and everywhere. The straight black hair and shining black eyes that mark the race everywhere meet you here. You hear the curious intonations of the strange language all about you, and yet you are only thirty miles south of Buffalo and five hundred miles from New York City. As you ride through the Reservation you note many farms of which Indian owners may well be proud and others of which they should be ashamed. You will see corn, wheat, potatoes, tomatoes, and other products of the farm in better condition than those of the neigh- boring white man; and you will see the crops of others sadly choked with weeds and perishing for want of care. I have been urged to publish these reminiscences as a tribute to the rare ability and devotion of two missionaries, and also to throw a side light upon the history and character of a fast-vanishing race. The Iroquois, long before the white man knew this country, had established his headquarters in New York State. He called it the ” Long House, ” and Lake Erie, the ” front door, ” was guarded by the Senecas. The Iroquois represented a powerful confederacy of six nations: the Senecas, Tuscaroras, Cayugas, Onondagas, Oneidas, and Mohawks. This last nation guarded the “rear door ” of the ” Long House, ” the Hudson River. The history of this curious confederacy told by an Indian as received from his ancestors will be read with peculiar interest. If this simple story of everyday life among the once formidable Iroquois open the eyes of any reader to brighter and hitherto unappreciated phases of Indian character; if it incite a throb of interest in this unfortunate race; if the record of these heroic lives, willingly given for their redemption, shall inspire one young Christian to carry to the Indian the tidings of his divine inheritance, these pages will have accomplished their purpose. To give you a better idea of the rich historical material contained in this 122-year-old book, I have provided some helpful details below, starting with a summary of the Contents. Further down the page, you can see some of the historical illustrations from the book. I hope you’ll take a few moments to have a look. CHAPTER ONE THE CHILD: Adoption The Little Runaway A Child Prayer Meeting The Sampler. CHAPTER TWO THE MAIDEN: Boarding School Essays Teaching School. Local Catechism A New Correspondent The Unseen Lover. CHAPTER THREE THE BRIDE: The Wedding Journey Old Log Mission House Reception by the Indians The Gift of Tongues Missionary Diet. CHAPTER FOUR THE YOUNG MISSIONARY: The Horse and Saddlebags Miss Bishop! He can’t mad! ” Deacon Fish Hook’s Opinion The Cholera Translating the Scriptures The Mission Church “White Man’s Bread The Light of the Mission The First Letter Experiences. CHAPTER FIVE THE FOSTER MOTHER: Catherine King Martha Hoyt Asher Wright Two-Guns Louisa Jones Henry Morrison Phinie Sheldon. CHAPTER SIX VISIT TO VERMONT: The Canal Boat Indian Children The Inverted Album. CHAPTER SEVEN WHITE CAPTIVES: Old White Chief Mary Jemison The Old Indian Burial Ground. CHAPTER EIGHT INDIAN CHARACTERS: Young-King Chief Infant Fish Hook. CHAPTER NINE THE SEVEN YEARS’ TROUBLE: The White Man’s Treaty Removal Touching Tribute A Bit of Yellow Paper The Indian Revolution. CHAPTER TEN A BOSTON GIRL AMONG THE INDIANS: “Auntie Wright” Dogs and Babies at Church Boarding with an Indian Chief Teaching School Tests of Courage Dividing the Log Pray, father! The Lace Sleeves Clean Mouths and Clear Brains An Indian Martyr Adopted into the Tribe Taken Home. CHAPTER ELEVEN THE INDIAN ORPHAN ASYLUM : “Great many goods” Narrow Escape Be very stingy of me! ” Our Johnny The Little Bird “See! ” The Stolen Baby The Revival Indian Child’s Prayer “I looked mad! Children’s Letters Blue Sky A Novel Gift. CHAPTER TWELVE BY THE WAY: The Old-fashioned Chaise Peter Twenty-Canoes The Young Infidel A Combination Picnic. CHAPTER THIRTEEN AMONG THE PAGANS: The Wonderful Box Story of Logan Mrs. George Washington John Hudson John Logan Moses Crow Grandmother Destroytown A Day Among the Pagans Mr. Porcupine Moses Cornplanter Mrs. Johnny John The Bottomless Buggy Industrial Education The Pagan Prophet Feasts and Dances. CHAPTER FOURTEEN THE MYSTERIOUS PAST : Origin of Good and Evil Before Columbus Two Hundred Years Ago Indian Funerals The Long House Wampum Belt The Calumet Who were the Kah-gwas? The Frogs Looking into the Future. CHAPTER FIFTEEN INDIAN ELOQUENCE. CHAPTER SIXTEEN “A WEDDING LIKE WHITE PEOPLE”. CHAPTER SEVENTEEN EXTRACTS FROM MRS. CHAPTER EIGHTEEN LAST MESSAGES. Remember folks, this is an 1892 First Edition. This book is 130 years old. Please be sure to add me to your List of Favorite Sellers. Don’t miss out on any of my latest listings. When you prepare your listings you generally should use only material text, photographs, etc. And trademarks/names that you created or own yourself or licensed from the owners. Item description text; lists of contents, lists of illustrations/photos; scanned images, etc. UNAUTHORIZED USE OF ITEM DESCRIPTION TEXT INCLUDING SUMMARIES OF CONTENTS, ILLUSTRATIONS, ETC. Track Page Views With. This item is in the category “Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “neetmok” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Place of Publication: Boston
  • Language: English
  • Special Attributes: 1st Edition, Illustrated
  • Author: Harriet Caswell
  • Region: North America
  • Publisher: Congregational Sunday School
  • Topic: Indians
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Subject: Americana
  • Year Printed: 1892
  • Original/Facsimile: Original

1892 Seneca Iroquois Native American Indian History Legends Cattaraugus New York

Buffalo Hunt Native American Indians, 1870s Antique Engraving Print & Article

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Buffalo Hunt Native American Indians, 1870s Antique Engraving Print & Article
Buffalo Hunt Native American Indians, 1870s Antique Engraving Print & Article
Buffalo Hunt Native American Indians, 1870s Antique Engraving Print & Article
Buffalo Hunt Native American Indians, 1870s Antique Engraving Print & Article
Buffalo Hunt Native American Indians, 1870s Antique Engraving Print & Article
Buffalo Hunt Native American Indians, 1870s Antique Engraving Print & Article
Buffalo Hunt Native American Indians, 1870s Antique Engraving Print & Article
Buffalo Hunt Native American Indians, 1870s Antique Engraving Print & Article
Buffalo Hunt Native American Indians, 1870s Antique Engraving Print & Article

Buffalo Hunt Native American Indians, 1870s Antique Engraving Print & Article
It depicts a “circle hunt” by mounted native American indians, who have circled a huge heard of buffalo with their galloping horses. They have killed a dozen with spears, which lay outside the circle. Hundreds more animals are inside the circle. Also included with the print is a second page from the same journal with an 36-inch article. It is in French, but free computer translation programs make it easy to translate. The caption reads: Le Cerne which roughly translates to: The circle It is very large (folio size), measuring approximately 10.5 x 14.5 inches (26.5 x 36.5 cm). The picture fills most of the page, with a French caption below. The page is in excellent condition for its age. There is text/photos on the back of the print. See scan for an accurate view of the condition. This print will come with a Certificate of Authenticity. Powered by SixBit’s eCommerce Solution. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “xajagirl” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Print
  • Subject: Hunting
  • Date of Creation: 1800-1899
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Year of Production: 1870s

Buffalo Hunt Native American Indians, 1870s Antique Engraving Print & Article

Bev Doolittle Art of Camouflage Native American Indian Hand Signed Lithograph

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Bev Doolittle Art of Camouflage Native American Indian Hand Signed Lithograph
Bev Doolittle Art of Camouflage Native American Indian Hand Signed Lithograph
Bev Doolittle Art of Camouflage Native American Indian Hand Signed Lithograph
Bev Doolittle Art of Camouflage Native American Indian Hand Signed Lithograph
Bev Doolittle Art of Camouflage Native American Indian Hand Signed Lithograph
Bev Doolittle Art of Camouflage Native American Indian Hand Signed Lithograph
Bev Doolittle Art of Camouflage Native American Indian Hand Signed Lithograph
Bev Doolittle Art of Camouflage Native American Indian Hand Signed Lithograph

Bev Doolittle Art of Camouflage Native American Indian Hand Signed Lithograph
New Bev Doolittle – Art of Camouflage – American Indian Lithograph. Beautiful Native American Art. Hand Signed and Dated 1983. This is a great opportunity to own this collectible 1983. Bev Doolittle “Art of Camouflage” lithograph. This is not one of the mass produced Bev Doolittle prints you see online. This is a high quality lithograph, which was also hand signed and dated by Bev Doolittle. Art measures approximately 30″ x 24″. Has never been framed. Texas-Deals = GREAT Deals? TEXAS -DEALS only sells 100% AUTHENTIC merchandise? Your satisfaction is 100% Guaranteed! This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “texas-deals” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Norway, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Republic of Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Montserrat, Turks and Caicos Islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French Guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Vietnam, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, China, Switzerland, Brazil.
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Artist: Bev Doolittle
  • Production Technique: Offset Lithograph
  • Style: Americana, Realism
  • Material: Offset Lithograph
  • Theme: Americana, Art
  • Time Period Produced: 1980-1989
  • Type: Print
  • Features: Signed, Dated
  • Image Orientation: Portrait
  • Subject: American Indian, Horse
  • Culture: Native American
  • Signed: Yes
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Original/Licensed Reprint: Open Edition Print
  • Signed By: Bev Doolittle
  • Year of Production: 1983
  • Date of Creation: 1983
  • Width (Inches): 22
  • Unit of Sale: Single Piece
  • Height (Inches): 28
  • Print Surface: Paper

Bev Doolittle Art of Camouflage Native American Indian Hand Signed Lithograph

1900/72 EDWARD CURTIS Big Native American Indian Apache Wheat Reaper Photo 16X20

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1900/72 EDWARD CURTIS Big Native American Indian Apache Wheat Reaper Photo 16X20

1900/72 EDWARD CURTIS Big Native American Indian Apache Wheat Reaper Photo 16X20
1900/72 EDWARD CURTIS Big Native American Indian Apache Wheat Reaper Photo 16X20. Since 1989 – The Name You Can Trust For Fine Vintage Photogravures, Photographs & Antique Prints. Serving the Design & Decor trades for over 20 years. See our vintage and original prints featured in. Coastal Living, Dwell Magazine. And other fine quality publications. WE LIST DOZENS OF NEW ARRIVALS EVERY DAY! Where you can search our World Class Selection of authentic vintage prints by photographer or subject. Browse THOUSANDS of fine vintage photography prints from silver gelatin to photogravure. This Vintage 1972 Photogravure Comes Professionally Dry Mounted On 16 x 20 Inch Archival Presentation Mat Board And Is Ready To Place In A Standard Size Frame. Curtis (American, 1868 – 1952) – renowned photographer of the American West and the Native American Indian. Title: ” The Apache Reaper”. Ative North American Indian – American West. In his notes Curtis said: Here the Apache woman is seen in her small wheat field harvesting the grain with a hand sickle, the method now common to all the Indians of the Southwest. Contrary to the general opinion, the Apache is a good worker. Men and women alike work at the heaviest sort of labor. Circa 1895 – 1918. Type Of Print: Authentic Sepia Toned Offset Lithographic Print. Date Of Print: 1972 Paper: Medium weight rag type art paper, matte finish Print Origin: U. 11.75 x 15.75. A Mount Board Size: 16 x 20 inch. White Print Border: No – full bleed print. Condition Grade: Excellent Verso: Professionally dry mounted with Bienfang archival materials onto 4ply museum mat board. Registered Vintage Print Serial #. 65K6MCF1 Certificate Of Authenticity (COA): Yes – individual hand signed COA from Fine Photo Galleries. This is an authentic. (NOT a modern reprint). Vintage 1972 offset lithographic print on art paper made directly from the original circa early 1900’s photogravure plate by the renowned photographer of the Native American Indian, Edward S. This is not a photogravure or chemical process print – it is a vintage photo-mechanical offset print (also known as a photo engraving) made directly from the original pre 1920 Edward S. Rare and long out of print, the now famous 1972 printing of these photo lithograph plates marked the first time since the early 20th century that these iconic Native American images have been faithfully reprinted from the original large Curtis photogravure plates, as well as matched for tonality and color. In the year of their release, the famous photography critic and author A. Coleman praised the high quality of these 1972 Edward Curtis fine art plates as being the truest printing of the photographer’s work he had ever seen, outside of the actual original turn of the century photogravure plates. Condition of this authentic print is excellent and it would frame up beautifully for display. This vintage 1972 sepia toned offset lithograph is guaranteed to be authentic and comes with a hand signed CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY (COA) with unique individual registered serial number from the Finephoto Vintage Archive & Database. Computer scans simply cannot do justice nor render the soft color palette and rich tonality of the actual print itself. The watermark word “Finephoto” does not appear on the actual print. READY FOR FRAMING & DISPLAY! – The unique aesthetics of high quality offset photo lithography and the resulting fine prints make high quality vintage offset plates highly collectible and excellent prints for framing and display. Our vintage print will arrive ready to be placed directly into a standard size frame. While most of our clients frame our quality mounted vintage prints right out of the box exactly as delivered, you also have the option of adding an overlay window mat in the color or style of your choice which can be inexpensively done with a quick visit to your local arts/crafts store or framing shop. Unauthorized copying or use of ANY PART of this description is prohibited. DO NOT DUPLICATE OR COPY! Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “finephoto” and is located in this country: US.
  • Original/Licensed Reprint: Original
  • Date of Creation: 1900-1949
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Subject: Ethnic
  • Style: Photography
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Artist: Edward S. Curtis
  • Print Surface: Paper
  • Material: Offset Photo Engraving
  • Year of Production: 1900’s
  • Original/Reproduction: Original Print
  • Signed: Unsigned
  • Print Type: Offset Lithograph
  • Signed?: Unsigned
  • Original/ Reproduction: Original Offset Print
  • Features: Ready For Standard Size 16×20 Frame
  • Certificate Of Authenticity: Gallery Certified COA w/ Registered Serial Number
  • Hologram Protected: Yes – Tamper Proof COA Hologram Certification
  • Type: Print

1900/72 EDWARD CURTIS Big Native American Indian Apache Wheat Reaper Photo 16X20

1900/72 Vintage EDWARD CURTIS Native American Indian Canoe Puget Sound Photo Art

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1900/72 Vintage EDWARD CURTIS Native American Indian Canoe Puget Sound Photo Art

1900/72 Vintage EDWARD CURTIS Native American Indian Canoe Puget Sound Photo Art
1900/72 Native American Indian Canoe Washington, CURTIS. Since 1989 – The Name You Can Trust For Fine Vintage Photogravures, Photographs & Antique Prints. Serving the Design & Decor trades for over 20 years. See our vintage and original prints featured in. Coastal Living, Dwell Magazine. And other fine quality publications. WE LIST DOZENS OF NEW ARRIVALS EVERY DAY! Where you can search our World Class Selection of authentic vintage prints by photographer or subject. Browse THOUSANDS of fine vintage photography prints from silver gelatin to photogravure. Curtis (American, 1868 – 1952) – renowned photographer of the American West and the Native American Indian. Title: “Homeward” Subject: Native North American Indian Tribe – Puget Sound. Columbia river, Washington State, Oregon – Dugout Canoe. Date Of Negative: circa 1895 – 1918 Type Of Print: Authentic Sepia Toned Offset Lithographic Print. Date Of Print: 1972 Paper: Medium weight rag type art paper, matte finish Print Origin: U. Approximate Image Size: 9 x 11 inches Approximate Size Metric: 23 x 28 centimeters Print Border: No – full bleed print. Condition Grade: Excellent for 48 year old print Verso: Blank – (one printed line of text). Registered Vintage Print Serial #. Certificate Of Authenticity (COA): Yes – individual hand signed COA from Fine Photo Galleries. This is an authentic (NOT a modern reprint) vintage 1972 offset lithographic print on art paper made directly from the original circa early 1900’s photogravure plate by the renowned photographer of the Native American Indian, Edward S. This is not a photogravure or chemical process print – it is a vintage photo-mechanical offset print (also known as a photo engraving) made directly from the original pre 1920 Edward S. Rare and out of print, the now famous 1972 printing of these photo lithograph plates marked the first time since the early 20th century that these iconic Native American images have been faithfully reprinted from the original large Curtis photogravure plates, as well as matched for tonality and color. In the year of their release, the famous photography critic and author A. Coleman praised the high quality of these 1972 Edward Curtis fine art plates as being the truest printing of the photographer’s work he had ever seen, outside of the actual original turn of the century plates. Condition of this plate is excellent and it would frame up nicely for display. This vintage 1972 offset print is guaranteed to be authentic and comes with a hand signed CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY (COA) from Finephoto. Computer scans simply cannot do justice nor render the soft color palette and rich tonality of the actual print itself. The watermark word “Finephoto” does not appear on the actual print. READY FOR FRAMING & DISPLAY! – The unique aesthetics of high quality offset photo lithography and the resulting fine prints make high quality vintage offset plates highly collectible and excellent prints for framing and display. Secure archival packaging includes water/tear resistant carrier, custom made 275 lb. Triple wall inserts, individual acid free black archival backing boards, individual ultra clear heavy duty archival print protectors and a hand signed Certificate Of Authenticity (COA) from Finephoto. Unauthorized copying or use of ANY PART of this description is prohibited. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “finephoto” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: Small (Up to 14”)
  • Artist: Edward S. Curtis
  • Style: Photography
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Material: Offset Photo Engraving
  • Date of Creation: 1900-1949
  • Year of Production: 1900/1972
  • Original/Reproduction: Original Print
  • Subject: Ethnic
  • Print Type: Offset Lithograph
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Small (Up to 14\
  • Original/ Reproduction: Original Offset Print
  • Certificate Of Authenticity: Gallery Certified COA w/ Registered Serial Number
  • Hologram Protected: Yes – Tamper Proof COA Hologram Certification
  • Original/Licensed Reprint: Original
  • Print Surface: Paper
  • Type: Print

1900/72 Vintage EDWARD CURTIS Native American Indian Canoe Puget Sound Photo Art

Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery

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Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery
Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery
Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery
Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery
Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery
Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery
Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery
Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery
Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery
Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery
Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery
Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery

Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery
Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery. No chips or cracks. Some discoloration on the bottom. See all photos for condition. Approximate measurements- 6 3/4″ tall x 9″ wide x 6 1/2 across top. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “the_vintage_reseller” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Style: Native American
  • Material: Pottery
  • Color: Multi-Color

Vintage Pueblo Indian Native American Hopi Southwestern Tribe Design Pottery

1900/72 EDWARD CURTIS Native American Indian Eskimo Woman Baby Nunivak Art 12×16

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1900/72 EDWARD CURTIS Native American Indian Eskimo Woman Baby Nunivak Art 12x16

1900/72 EDWARD CURTIS Native American Indian Eskimo Woman Baby Nunivak Art 12x16
1900/72 EDWARD CURTIS Native American Indian. Eskimo Woman Baby Nunivak Art 12×16. Since 1989 – The Name You Can Trust For Fine Vintage Photogravures, Photographs & Antique Prints. Serving the Design & Decor trades for over 20 years. See our vintage and original prints featured in. Coastal Living, Dwell Magazine. And other fine quality publications. WE LIST DOZENS OF NEW ARRIVALS EVERY DAY! Where you can search our World Class Selection of authentic vintage prints by photographer or subject. Browse THOUSANDS of fine vintage photography prints from silver gelatin to photogravure. This Vintage 1972 Photo Engraving Comes Professionally Dry Mounted On 16 x 12 Inch Archival Presentation Mat Board And Is Ready To Place In A Standard Size Frame. Curtis (American, 1868 – 1952) – renowned photographer of the American West and the Native American Indian. Circa 1895 – 1918. Type Of Print: Authentic Sepia Toned Photo Engraving. Date Of Print: 1972 Paper: Medium weight rag type art paper, matte finish. Approximate Image Size: 11 x 9 inches Mount Board Size: 16 x 12 inch. White Print Border: No – full bleed print. Condition Grade: Excellent Verso: Professionally dry mounted with archival materials onto 4ply museum mat board. Registered Vintage Print Serial #. Certificate Of Authenticity (COA): Yes – individual hand signed COA from Fine Photo Galleries. This is an authentic. (NOT a modern reprint). Vintage 1972 offset lithographic print on fine art paper made by the renowned photographer of the Native American Indian, Edward S. This is not a photogravure or chemical process print – it is a vintage photo-mechanical offset print (also known as a photo engraving) struck in 1972 from the original pre 1920 Edward S. Rare and out of print, the now famous 1972 printing of these photo lithograph plates marked the first time since the early 20th century that these iconic Native American images have been faithfully reprinted from the original large Curtis photogravure plates, as well as matched for tonality and color. In the year of their release, the famous photography critic and author A. Coleman praised the high quality of these 1972 Edward Curtis fine art plates as being the truest printing of the photographer’s work he had ever seen, outside of the actual original turn of the century plates. Condition of this plate is excellent and it would frame up nicely for display. This vintage 1972 photo engraving is guaranteed to be authentic and comes with a hand signed CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY (COA) with unique individual registered serial number from the Finephoto Vintage Archive & Database. Computer scans simply cannot do justice nor render the soft color palette and rich tonality of the actual print itself. The watermark word “Finephoto” does not appear on the actual print. READY FOR FRAMING & DISPLAY! – The unique aesthetics of high quality offset photolithography and the resulting fine prints make high quality vintage photo engravings highly collectible and excellent prints for framing and display. Our vintage print will arrive ready to be placed directly into a standard size frame. Unauthorized copying or use of ANY PART of this description is prohibited. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “finephoto” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Certificate Of Authenticity: Gallery Certified COA w/ Registered Serial Number
  • Hologram Protected: Yes – Tamper Proof COA Hologram Certification
  • Type: Print
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA): Yes
  • Culture: Eskimo
  • Original/Licensed Reprint: Original
  • Artist: Edward S. Curtis
  • Style: Photography
  • Material: Offset Photo Engraving, Paper
  • Theme: Cultures & Ethnicities
  • Features: Ready For Standard Size 12×16 Frame
  • Image Orientation: Portrait
  • Subject: Ethnic, Women
  • Year of Production: 1900/1972
  • Date of Creation: 1900-1949
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Print Surface: Paper
  • Original/Reproduction: Original Print
  • Signed?: Unsigned
  • Print Type: Offset Lithograph
  • Original/ Reproduction: Original Offset Print
  • Color: Sepia

1900/72 EDWARD CURTIS Native American Indian Eskimo Woman Baby Nunivak Art 12x16