New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries, May 21, 1970. xviii, 47 pages, 21 lots auctioned, all lots illustrated. Pricelist included. Fine condition. Fine condition.
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San Francisco: 1988. 48 pages, 50 color photographs.
San Francisco: 1986. 48 pages, 33 color and 11 b/w photographs.
Santa Fe: Wheelright Museum, 1975. 16 pages, 13 large photographs. New and unopened copy.
Heard Museum: 1971. 34 pages, 12 pages of quarter-page color drawings of dancing kachinas.
Santa Fe: 1995. ix, 166 pages, 85 full-page color plates, 355 smaller color photographs, 12 b/w photographs. Cloth cover, 10 1/2" x 11 1/2" The paintings of the finest artists to emerge from the Studio, the renowned art program developed by Dorothy Dunn at the Santa Fe Indian School, are...
Afton: 1995. xxiii, 171 pages, 90 color and 19 b/w photographs. Cloth cover, 12"x12" The watercolors of Eastman, arguably the premier pictorial historian of the 19th century American Indian, are published together for the first time since the 1850s. These beautifully reproduced images provide a visual record of Indian life...
Flagstaff: 1972. ix, 115 pages, 25 color photographs of paintings, 19 duotone photographs of lithographs. Cloth cover. Signed by the artist.
New York: 1978. 320 pages, 264 b/w and 32 color photographs. Cloth cover.
Albuquerque: 1991. xiv, 191 pages, 41 color and 133 b/w photographs and drawings. Cloth cover.
Albuquerque: 1971. 238 pages, 92 b/w and 8 color illustrations, 2 maps,. Cloth cover.
Santa Fe: 1997. xii, 225 pages, 100 color and 50 b/w photographs, 2 maps. Soft cover ed. The first complete history of the then new tradition of Pueblo fine art painting that appeared in the first three decades of the 20th century, this study is based on the extensive Pueblo...
Toronto: 1992. xiv, 314 pages, 35 color and 118 b/w photographs, 762 drawings, 1 map. Soft cover.
Smithsonian Institution, Miscellaneous Collections, Vol. 81, No. 4, 1928. 9 pages, 1 plate, 1 figure.
New York: 1841. 1st edition. Volume. II only. All illustrations were engraved from Catlin's original paintings. Later cloth cover, designed to replicate original cover, inner hinges reinforced Some wear at bottom of spine; very tight, virtually no foxing. VG+ condition.
MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN, Contributions, Vol. XXI, Part 2, 1968. 27 pages.
Albuquerque: 1968. xxvii, 429 pages, 32 full and half-page color photographs, 124 full and half-page b/w pho-tographs. Cloth cover.
Aluquerque: 1963. viii, 237 pages, 111 b/w and 3 color photographs, 26 drawings. Cloth cover. Signed by author on title page; laid in is a signed photograph by author.
Aluquerque: 1963. viii, 237 pages, 111 b/w and 3 color photographs, 26 drawings. Cloth cover.
Vancouver: 1995. xviii, 158 pages, 51 color and b/w photographs of Kane's field sketches and oil paintings done during his 1845-48 journey from the Great Lakes to the Pacific and back again, 1 double-page map. Cloth cover.
New York: 1931. xviii, 104 pages of text containing 8 pages of drawings, plus 8 pages of original color paintings by, ".... Poyege, San Ildefonso Indian." Cloth cover.
Pp. 438-528 containing 1 map, plus 20 pages of photographs of Catlin paintings in the collection of the U.S. National Museum. Cloth cover.
Washington, D.C. 1978. 56 pages, 30 b/w and 19 color photographs. breathtakingly beautiful tipi models painted for the Smithsonian Institute from 1891-1904 were exhibited in 1978 at the Renwick Gallery. This exhibition catalogue contains extraordinarily rich color photogrpahs and a fascinating, scholarly text with historical data provided for each tipi.
Museum of Primitive Art: 1967. 28 pages, 21 large photographs of paintings on hide, skin, and copper, 7 renditions of rock paintings and rock shelter paintings.
Minneapolis: University Gallery, 1978. 56 pages, 6 full-page photographs of 19th century paintings of Plains Indians.