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Tag: Edward Sheriff Curtis

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    Bonhams Presents Items from Poker Jim, Edward Sheriff Curtis, Matthew Panana, and More

    Bonhams’ upcoming Native American art sale features a quilted shirt associated with Sap-Ut-Ka-Low-Nee (White Swan), also known as “Poker Jim.” Other notable items include a Hethuska Society painted hide along with an Edward Sheriff Curtis orotone photograph and a Matthew Panana sculpture.  Sap-Ut-Ka-Low-Nee (White Swan) was dubbed “Poker Jim” by…

    A Fort Berthold Man's Quilled Shirt, Associated With White Swan, Sap-ut-ka-low-nee (1844-1936), Also Known As Poker Jim
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    Paul Evans and American Artists Highlighted in Larsen Gallery Auction

    Featured in this Larsen Gallery event is a cabinet by Paul Evans, an American furniture designer. Evans was made famous for his contributions to the American Craft Movement of the 1970s. The piece in this auction is a 1969 Argente cabinet. Made of aluminum, slate, lacquered wood, leather, and steel,…

    Paul Evans Argente Cabinet, 1969
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    Neue Auctions' sale will feature books, library furnishings and Natural History and orthinological prints

    Original painting by Edward Sheriff Curtis, American 1868-1952, titled The Vanishing Race-Navajo, 1904, orotone, artist signed lower right. Estimate: $6,000-$9,000. BEACHWOOD, OH.-Neue Auctions’ online-only auction of collections and ephemera on Saturday, April 25th, will be packed with 340 lots of books, library furnishings, Natural History and orthinological (bird-related) prints, works on…

    Neue Auctions' sale will feature books, library furnishings and Natural History and orthinological prints
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    April Auction of Collections & Ephemera

    Originally from Wisconsin, Edward Sheriff Curtis eventually settled in Seattle. Around 1895, Curtis began to photograph Native Americans in the Northwest. The trips fueled his interest in Native culture and Curtis began documenting as many North American tribes as he could. One photograph from a trip to a Navajo settlement near…

    Edward Sheriff Curtis (American 1868-1952)
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    Photographs Signature Auction

    The wilderness of Africa captured by the lens of Peter Beard cannot be admired enough. His work demonstrates how the beauty of a continent and its wilderness is diminishing due to industrialization. Such emotive works are being offered at Photographs Signature auction hosted by Heritage Auctions. One can find the Gardeners…

    Heritage Auctions
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    Photographs

    “The camera should be used for a recording of life, for rendering the very substance and quintessence of the thing itself, whether it be polished steel or palpitating flesh,” stated Edward Weston. From portraits to still life, the works of Weston reveals his skill to transform an art form into…

    Photographs