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Kahbcka The Twin Wife of Bloody Hand 1832 George Catlin

Kahbcka The Twin Wife of Bloody Hand 1832 George Catlin


Kah-béck-a, The Twin, Wife of Bloody Hand -- 1832 -- George Catlin -- American -- Oil on canvas -- Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC.

Stu-mick-o-súcks, Buffalo Bull's Back Fat, Head Chief, Blood Tribe by George Catlin (1832) Smithsonian American Art Museum. This magnificent portrait was ...

"Náh-se-ús-kuk, Whirling Thunder, Eldest Son of Black Hawk" Sac and Fox tribe, by George Catlin 1832 From the collection of the Smithsonian American Art ...

George Catlin (American artist, 1796-1872) Kah-béck-a, The Twin, Wife of Bloody Hand

George Catlin, Stán-au-pat, Bloody Hand, Chief of the Tribe, 1832, oil on canvas, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Mrs. Joseph Harrison, Jr., ...

'Mint', a Mandan Indian girl, 1832 - George Catlin -

Pa-ris-ka-roó-pa, Two Crows, a Chief by George Catlin

Arikara Woman - Kah-béck-a, The Twin, Wife of Bloody Hand, Arikara / Sahnish tribe. George Catlin Painted at the Mandan village in Note the richly detailed ...

American artist George Catlin traveled west to paint Native Americans. In 1832 he painted Eeh

No Horns on His Head - Painting by George Catlin, 1832. - George Catlin

George Catlin – Warrior Catlin was an American painter, author and traveler who specialized in portraits of Native Americans in the Old West.

Pshán-shaw, Sweet-Scented Grass, Twelve-year-old Daughter of Bloody Hand

"Eeh-tow-wées-ka-zeet, He Who Has Eyes Behind Him (also known as Broken Arm), a Foremost Brave" -- 1832 -- George Catlin -- American -- Oil on canvas ...

Wichita Pawnee Native American Indian Tattoos

Bison Dance Mandans Indians 1832

George Catlin - North American Indians, c.1832

... of Great Chief: 1832 (on her blanket); Ponka – Shoo-de-gá-cha, The Smoke, Chief of the Tribe: 1832 (on his robe); Lakota: Ee-ah-sa-pa, Black Rock, a Two ...

George Catlin - Buffalo Bull A Grand Pawnee Warrior 1832

George Catlin Stu-mick-o-súcks, Buffalo Bull's Back Fat, Head

Mato-Tope, a Mandan Chief, (~1795-1837), painted at Fort Clarke by George Catlin in 1832 and by Karl Bodmer in 1834. "

1832 painting of Mandan girl, Shakoka, by George Caitlin.

John White The wife of a Timucuan chief of Florida; with ear ornaments and painted marks or tattoos, holding corn cobs and bowl

The Last Race, Mandan O-Kee-Pa Ceremony 1832

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George Catlin - Mandan Archery Contest, c.1832

George Catlin's Indian Gallery: The Blackfoot Medicine Man - Fine Art Print

Seminole Chief Osceola - George Catlin - www.georgecatlin.org

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"Shon-ta-yi-ga, Little Wolf, a Famous Warrior," 1844 by George Catlin

George Catlin - Chief Toh-Ki-e-to or Chief Stone with Horns

Native American George Catlin A'h-tee-wát-o-mee,

SheWhoBathesHerKnees_catlin_1832_border_ws. George Catlin ...

Kei-a-gis-gis, a woman of the Plains Ojibwa, 1832 - George Catlin

Osceola by George Catlin

Mandan Girl - Sha-kó-ka, Mint, a Pretty Girl, 1832, Mandan Numakiki tribe. George Catlin (1796-1872). Catlin wrote the following to accompany this picture: ...

Tul-lock-chísh-ko, Choctaw Ball Player. George Catlin, 1834

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'Wash-Ka-Mon-Ya, Fast Dancer, A Warrior' by George Catlin, Iowa, 1844Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Mrs Joseph Harrison, Jr

George Catlin, I-o-wáy, One of Black Hawk's Principal Warriors, detail,

“Chee-ah-ka-tchee, wife of Not-to-way,” Painting by George Catlin, 1835-36.

Black Hawk, Sac Resistance Leader, Battle of Bad Axe 1835 George Catlin - Stock

Portrait of Cheyenne chief Wolf-on-the-Hill by George Catlin, 1832

George Catlin - 'Old Bear' medicine man of the Mandan Tribe, from a · '

George Catlin (1796-1872) was born in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. His mother had been captured as a young woman and spent some time with a tribe.

Portrait of Lucy Parry, Wife of Admiral Parry. 1745-1749. oil on canvas. Height: 1,270 mm (50 in). Width: 1,016 mm (40 in). Smithsonian American Art Museum, ...

"Tcha-aés-ka-ding" -- 1832 -- George Catlin -- American -- Oil on canvas -- Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC.

Great Hero, a Chief by George Catlin kp

Shón-ka-ki-he-ga, Horse Chief, Grand Pawnee Head Chief by George Catlin. Search the Smithsonian American Art museum collection, one of the world's largest ...

"Tchung-kee, a Mandan Game Played with a Ring and Pole" by artist George Catlin

Buffalo Chase, Mouth of the Yellowstone: 1832

Cól-lee, a Band Chief, painted at Fort Gibson in 1834 by George Catlin who refers to the subject as Jol-lee in Letters and Notes.

Photo of Keziah Elizabeth (A Nansemond Indian) Tucker contributed by joan strawser

(no title) (George Catlin, between 1832 and 1836)

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"Assiniboin Woman & Child" -- 1832 -- George Catlin -- American -- Oil on canvas -- Smithsonian American Art Museum

An Ojibwe named Boy Chief, by the noted American painter George Catlin, who made

Omaha Native American Indian face paint and body tattoos Artist: George Catlin

Mah-kée-mee-teuv, Grizzly Bear, Chief of the [Menominee. “

Big Elk, 1832

Tchón-su-móns-ka, Sand Bar, Wife of the Trader François Chardon by George Catlin. Search the Smithsonian American Art museum collection, one of the world's ...

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Smoked shield a distinguished warrior american indian 1832 george catlin repro

Wounded Buffalo Bull Surrounded by White Wolves

In his right hand, he holds a rattle of pronghorn hoofs. A bone flute is hanging in a string around his neck.

Dying Buffalo by George Catlin

George Catlin - Ha-wón-je-tah, One Horn, Head Chief of the Miniconjou Tribe - kK

Wichita Lodge, Thatched with Prairie Grass by George Catlin / 1832-1835

Eagle Ribs A Piegan Chief Usa American Indian 1832 By George Catlin Repro

Hee-oh'ks-te-kin, Rabbit's Skin Leggings, oil on canvas, 29 x 24 in. x cm), 1832 - portrait by George Catlin

... picture of the Creek / Muskogee Indian is Hól-te-mál-te-téz-te-néek-ee, Sam Perryman, Creek / Muskogee tribe. The name of the artist is George Catlin

Osceola or 'Rising Sun', a Seminole Leader, illustration from 'The Indian Tribes of North America - George Catlin

Great Cloud, Menominee Indian, Son of Grizzly Bear, painting by George Catlin,

"The Cutting Scene, Mandan O-kee-pa Ceremony" by George Catlin. "

Crow Lodge of 25 Buffalo Skins...George Catlin (1832)

Yellow Wolf, Strikes Two - Arikara - 1872

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Beautiful Annie Steadman a half blood Creek woman. Photographed c. 1869.

George Catlin (American artist, 1796-1872) Portrait of a Woman

Chin-cha-pee (the Fire Bug that Creeps). George Catlin.

Stu-mick-o-súcks, Buffalo Bull's Back Fat, Head Chief, Blood Tribe, 1832

He made his first journey to the Indian country for this purpose in 1832. For the next eight years he devoted himself to the work.

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Tecumseh's younger brother, Tenskwatawa, by George Catlin

Native American George Catlin Battle Between Sioux and Sac and Fox, via Flickr.

Devil Horns Crystal Brass Knuckles (Lefty), 2015


George Catlin, Nishnabottana Bluffs, Upper.

George Catlin

Sarah ''Saartjie'' Baartman b.1789 d.1815, was a Khoikhoi women who, due to her steatopygia, was exhibited at freak show attractions in the United Kingdom ...

Portrait (Front) of Tatum, Wife of John Tatum, in Native Dress with

... George Catlin, Buffalo Chase, Bulls Making Battle with Men and Horses ( 1832-1833) by

George Catlin - Pawnee Warriors, c.1832

Seminole Chief Osceola as painted by George Catlin in 1838 - photograph of oil on canvas portrait.

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George Catlin, Picturesque Clay Bluff, 1700 Miles above St. Louis, 1832,

George Catlin's painting of Native Americans, 1830s.

George Catlin painting of Mandan Indians playing Chunke in 1832, showing the game reached into historic times.