American Indians : the art and travels of Charles Bird King, George Catlin and Karl Bodmer
This is a book not only about the Indians, themselves, but about a turning point in Indian-White relations. By 1891, less than fifty years after the realization of these extraordinary works of art by Charles Bird King, George Catlin and Karl Bodmer, for the first time united within this book, the majority of Indians were on reservations. Thaks to the art and travels of these artists, it is possible to admire visual delights, stories of high adventur, and meditate upon the moral tale of the displacement and disruption of the original inhabitants of North America.
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|Eagle Free Library - Bliss||704 Moo (Text)