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Edward S. Curtis

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Edward S. Curtis: Visions of the First Americans is a compilation of the work of this controversial photographer. Curtis’ photographs portray American Indians of many different tribes and offer a glimpse into the lifestyle of each tribe, all in his immediately recognizable deep sepia tones.

Women grind corn, and communities gather outside their traditional living areas. Atop horses, Native Americans ride on the prairie. Papooses are bundled in woven carrying packs, and men are dressed in full-feathered regalia. From the familiar Apache and Navajo tribes to lesser-known tribes, these images paint a picture of the First Americans, but that picture is one many consider contrived by the photographer himself. Despite this controversy, there is no denying the quality and craft of Curtis’ photography. This book is sure to draw in readers interested in world cultures, photography buffs, and historians. 252 pages.

  • by Don Gulbrandsen
  • Hardcover
  • Trim Size: 13.5” x 9.8”
  • ISBN: 978-0785826507


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