EDWARD S. CURTISS – The Chief Klamath


Crater Lake, Oregon, about 1923
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Photograph shows Klamath Indian chief in ceremonial headdress standing on hill overlooking Crater Lake, Oregon, about 1923

Edward Sheriff Curtiss (16.2.1868-19.10.1952) was an American photographer and ethnographer, who portrayed the Indians and their country from the year 1900, and thirty years to come. Edward Curtiss, or Shadow Hunter, as some of the tribes called him, took in this period over 40,000 images of countless native from Eskimos in the North to the Hopi Indians in the Southwest.

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31 x 41 cm, 43 x 58 cm, 61 x 81 cm

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No mounting, Laminated on Dibond aluminium, Acrylic glass on Dibond aluminium


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