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Chief of Tribe with Club, Winnebago / Mid "Catlin P."

 Item
Identifier: Art Survey No. 1007

Description

Oil painting depicting four full length portraits of warriors, two on right wearing robes and carrying clubs, one on left wearing backskin, smoking pipe, man on far left wearing robe and carrying club.

Dates

  • 1853 - 1870

Creator

Biographical sketch

Born in: Wilkes-Barre, PA;Died in: Jersey City, NJ.Active in: U.S.; Europe.Catlin's 1840s and 1850s portraits and paintings of Indian and western culture are important documents in American history, anthropology, and art.

Extent

1 painting : oil ; 17 3/4 x 24 in.

Language of Materials

English

Publication Date

1853-1870.

General Note

Wood (Winnebago Chief), He who puts all out of doors (warrior), He who comes on the thunder (warrior), and The little elk (warrior).

General Note

Support: Paper.

General Note

Negative #327041, 2A13860; 4"x5" slide #905; 35mm slide #905.

General Note

Catlin cat. (1871) #4.

General Note

Condition: Fair (4).

General Note

Frame: Mounted on painted green cardboard, 20 15/16 x 27 3/4.

General Note

Exhibitions note: 10/16/1958 - 10/31/1958"George Catlin." Kennedy Galleries.

Local Note

A-201.

Language of description
Undetermined
Script of description
Code for undetermined script
Sponsor
The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation provided support to make this finding aid available in ArchivesSpace (2016-2017).

Repository Details

Part of the Research Library Special Collections Repository

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