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Catlin Native American Buffalo Hunt 1844
$2,975.00
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COLOR muti
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 24.5" L x 29.5" W
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE OF Paper/Ink/Muted Gilt Wood Frame
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 02 - Jul 05
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Pair of Historical George Catlin Buffalo hunt hand colored lithographs from his 1844 North American Indian Portfolio, a large folio production considered one of the most important 19th C works on the American West and the people native to it.Plates 16 & 17 “Wounded Buffalo Bull” & "Dying Buffalo Bull, In Snow Drift" Image by G. Catlin, 1844. Stone by McGahey, printed by Day & Hague, London. Paper approx 17 X 22.5. Images approx 12 x 17.75 & 12.5 x 18. Dimensions for individual prints.
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