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Browsing The Art of Karl Bodmer by Author "Bodmer, Karl"

Browsing The Art of Karl Bodmer by Author "Bodmer, Karl"

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  • Bodmer, Karl (First state of this work was prepared for publication in TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR OF NORTH AMERICA, which was originally published by Ackermann and Co, London., derivative)
    A full-length double-portrait composed by Bodmer from individual portraits executed at Fort Union in June of 1833. The figure in the foreground is Pitätapiú, a young warrior and member of the Stone band. The name of the ...
  • Bodmer, Karl (Paris, Coblenz and London, 1840-06-01)
    Aquatint of a group of Indians, some on foot and some on horseback. The first state of this image was published about 1840.
  • Bodmer, Karl (First state of this work was prepared for publication in TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR OF NORTH AMERICA, which was originally published by Ackermann and Co, London., derivative)
    There are multiple works that use this same title, all by Bodmer. An elaborately composed grouping of Indian artifacts based on drawings made of items that Prince Maximilian purchased and brought back to Europe as well as ...
  • Bodmer, Karl (derivative)
    Hand-colored aquatint engraving by Hürlimann after Bodmer, blind stamp. Bodmer painted this portrait of Mexkemáuastan (`Stirring Iron'), a Gros Ventre chief and medicine man, in 1833.
  • Bodmer, Karl (First state of this work was prepared for publication in TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR OF NORTH AMERICA, which was originally published by Ackermann and Co, London., derivative)
    Hand-coloured aquatint engraving by Paul Legrand after Bodmer, blindstamp. This powerful portrait of Péhriska-Rúhpa ('Two Ravens') presents the warrior and chief of the Hidatsa as a figure of great dignity. His shirt is ...
  • Bodmer, Karl (1843)
    A full-length double portrait by Bodmer, composed from sketches made during the winter of 1833-1834. On the left stands Sih-Chidä (`Yellow Feather') a young warrior who was fascinated by Bodmer's work. His portrait was ...

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