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Native American portraits 1862-1918 : photographs from the collection of Kurt Koegler
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  • Native American portraits 1862-1918 : photographs from the collection of Kurt Koegler
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  • Chronicle Books , San Francisco ; 1990 : cop. 1990
  • 1990
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • 115 s. : ill.
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  • 0-87701-757-3
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*653  $aPorträttfotografering
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*653  $aFörenta staterna
*697  $cEtnografi, socialantropologi och etnologi: indianer i Nordamerika
*697  $cFotokonst: Förenta staterna
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*950  $aPhotography, Artistic
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Over one hundred photographs from the renowned Kurt Koegler collection of Native American portraits taken between the end of the Civil War and the end of World War I are featured in this powerful compendium depicting a proud and defeated people. Native American Portraits presents a factual, anecdotal, and visual history of the evolving artistry and technology of a century of photographers, as well as of the tribes whose vanishing trappings and traditions they sought to capture with their craft. The photographers -- William Henry Jackson, Camillus Fly, Carleton Watkins, and Lee Moorhouse, among scores of others -- were intrepid adventurers, fiercely committed to their work, who hauled hundreds of pounds of photographic equipment across the mountains and faced many dangers; their subjects -- including such important warriors as Sitting Bull, Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce, Red Cloud, Geronimo, and Chief Gall (who led the Indians to victory against Custer) -- appear venerable, dignified, and beaten. Fascinating and provocative, this richly illustrated and painstakingly annotated volume documents the intersection of photography in its infancy and Native American culture in precipitous decline.

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