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OGALALA CHILD 1907 Photogravure Fashion

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OGALALA CHILD 1907 Photogravure Fashion
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EDWARD S. CURTIS. Ogalala Child, 1907. 7.3x3.8" photogravure on 12.5x9.4" Holland Van Gelder paper with the original tissue cover. Print date 1908. From Volume 3, Sioux, of The North American Indian. Printed on print recto: Ogalala Child / From Copyright Photograph 1907 by E.S. Curtis.

Curtis set up his first portrait studio in Seattle in 1892. The focus was portraiture of people of all ages. Curtis perfected his technic both in processing and printing, in lighting, in using the technology to create the pictures and artistic work he desired. Children were a common subject for his business. He had a studio style set he used in the field to control the lighting.
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Very Good. Margins show very slight tissue transfer discoloration from tissue page cover.
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OGALALA CHILD 1907 Photogravure Fashion

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Dec 01, 2021
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5170: OGALALA CHILD 1907 Photogravure Fashion

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Est. $1,250 - $2,000Starting Price $900
EDWARD S. CURTIS 100 Copper Plates of Indians
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EDWARD S. CURTIS. Ogalala Child, 1907. 7.3x3.8" photogravure on 12.5x9.4" Holland Van Gelder paper with the original tissue cover. Print date 1908. From Volume 3, Sioux, of The North American Indian. Printed on print recto: Ogalala Child / From Copyright Photograph 1907 by E.S. Curtis.

Curtis set up his first portrait studio in Seattle in 1892. The focus was portraiture of people of all ages. Curtis perfected his technic both in processing and printing, in lighting, in using the technology to create the pictures and artistic work he desired. Children were a common subject for his business. He had a studio style set he used in the field to control the lighting.
Condition
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Very Good. Margins show very slight tissue transfer discoloration from tissue page cover.

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