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Orig. 1842 TAH-COL-O-QUOIT Lithograph withApplied Watercolor? Rice & Clark Phila


Orig. 1842 TAH-COL-O-QUOIT Lithograph withApplied Watercolor? Rice & Clark Phila
Orig. 1842 TAH-COL-O-QUOIT Lithograph withApplied Watercolor? Rice & Clark Phila
Orig. 1842 TAH-COL-O-QUOIT Lithograph withApplied Watercolor? Rice & Clark Phila
Orig. 1842 TAH-COL-O-QUOIT Lithograph withApplied Watercolor? Rice & Clark Phila

Orig. 1842 TAH-COL-O-QUOIT Lithograph withApplied Watercolor? Rice & Clark Phila    Orig. 1842 TAH-COL-O-QUOIT Lithograph withApplied Watercolor? Rice & Clark Phila
Original 1842 TAH-COL-O-QUOIT Lithograph w/Applied Watercolor? 1842 Lithograph with applied watercolor. After an original painting by Charles Bird King. Published by Daniel Rice & James G.

Drawn, Printed & Coloured at John T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment, 94 Walnut St. Dimensions (Sheet): 13 7/8"W x 20"H.

As found in the collections of the. Smithsonian American Art Museum and AMON CARTER museum of American Art. \ PUBLISHED BY DANIEL RICE & JAMES G. \ Drawn, Printed & Coloured at J. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment, 94, Walnut St.

\ Entered according to act of Congress in the Year 1842 by J. Bowen, in the Clerk's Office of the Dist[t]. Court of the Eastern Dist[t].

Commissioned by the federal government, Charles Bird King painted more than one hundred portraits of Indian delegates, representing at least twenty tribes, who visited the capital from 1821 to 1842. His work stands today as a valuable record of early Indian leaders. TAH-COL-O-QUOIT (Rising Cloud), a Sauk warrior, is believed to have been a member of one of the numerous Native American delegations to Washington, D. There were so many portraits to be painted during that time that King enlisted George Cooke, his student, to assist. This is a particularly elegant work. In addition to striking face paint and decorated hair roach, Tahcoloquoit wears an elaborate metal headband. Brass tacks ornament his leather necklace and gunstock club. Cooke may have executed the portrait, but a very similar portrait sketch by King does exist.

In very good antiquarian condition with edge wear, toning and chipping - all condition issues are at margin edges, image is excellent. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American: US\1800-1934\Paintings & Drawings". The seller is "imgonnamissyou" and is located in this country: US.

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  1. Artist: Charles Bird King
  2. Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  3. Style: Realism
  4. Listed By: Owner
  5. Medium: Lithograph
  6. Date of Creation: 1842
  7. Color: Multi-Color
  8. Subject: Figures
  9. Publisher: Daniel Rice & James G. Clark
  10. Originality: Original
  11. Place of Publication: Philadelphia
  12. Printer: John T.


    Orig. 1842 TAH-COL-O-QUOIT Lithograph withApplied Watercolor? Rice & Clark Phila    Orig. 1842 TAH-COL-O-QUOIT Lithograph withApplied Watercolor? Rice & Clark Phila