7 edition of McKenney-Hall portrait gallery of American Indians found in the catalog.
McKenney-Hall portrait gallery of American Indians
James D. Horan
|Statement||by James D. Horan.|
|Contributions||McKenney, Thomas Loraine, 1785-1859.|
|LC Classifications||E89 .H67 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||373|
|LC Control Number||72084312|
The McKenney-Hall Portrait Gallery of American Indians. New York: Bramhall House, This is the only work on McKenney and Hall (with frequent reference to Lewis) which includes reproductions of all portraits in the McKenney & Hall History of the Indian Tribes of North America. It is widely available in libraries and has been reprinted. Catlin's paintings of Indians were destroyed in a warehouse fire; and James Otto Lewis' watercolors burned along with those by King in the Smithsonian fire of l The McKenney and Hall portraits remain as the most complete and colorful record of the native leaders who made the long journey to Washington to speak for their people.
McKenney & Hall: History of the Indian Tribes of North America is a collection of images of lithographic and chromolithographic plates. Thomas Loraine McKenney () served as Commissioner of Indian Affairs from to In that capacity he commissioned and collected portraits of Native Americans for his Gallery in the War Department. Including: (2 copies) "A Pictorial History of the American Indian" by Oliver La Farge, Crown Publishers, ; "The McKenney-Hall Portrait Gallery of American Indians" by James D. Horan, Bramhall House, NY, ; "North American Indian Wars" by Richard H. Dillon, Bramley Books, ; "The Life & Art of the North American Indian" by John Anson Warner, Chartwell Books, ; "The American.
Description. Charles Bird King was an American portrait painter, employed by the War Department to paint the portraits of Indian treaty delegates visiting Washington, D.C. Thomas Loraine McKenney served as Superintendant of the Indian Trade Bureau, and subsequently as head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, for a total of 16 years, and it was his idea for the government to commission portraits. The E-Sylum: Volume 4, Number 8, Febru , Article 11 BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS Don Groves writes: Jan Monroe’s suggestion of McKenney- Hall “Portrait Gallery of American Indians” is a splendid recommendation for numismatists interested in medals.
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McKenney-Hall portrait gallery of American Indians. New York, Crown Publishers  (OCoLC) Named Person: Thomas L McKenney; Thomas L McKenney: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James D Horan; Thomas L McKenney.
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The McKenney & Hall prints of Native Americans, from their History of the Indian Tribes of North America (), document an important part of American history, illustrating the great leaders of the Indian nations which have disappeared since the mid-nineteenth century.
Thomas McKenney, head of the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs for many years, was a champion of the Indian and. Thomas McKenney and James Hall published History of the Indian Tribes of North American, known by collectors as the McKenney and Hall Indian portrait gallery.
The folio edition was first published in Philadelphia in the hand colored lithographs remain compelling portraits of tribal leaders. Book: "The McKenney-Hall Portrait Gallery of American Indians", James D. Horan (, New York, NY), Crown Publi on The Mckenny-Hall Portrait Gallery Of American Indians book.
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[James D Horan; Thomas L McKenney]. The “Indian Gallery,” as McKenney’s collection of portraits came to be known, was largely the work of the famous portrait artist Charles Bird King (American, ).
The Creeks visited King’s studio to have their portraits rendered, and each sitter was also given a small version of the completed portrait as a souvenir. 'The McKenney-Hall Portrait Gallery of American Indians' by James Horan portraits painted from life with individual biographies and the first full length biography of Colonel Thomas L.
McKenney This large, heavy book measures 12” x 9” and has pages. It has it’s dust jacket. Condition is Good, this was discarded many years ago by the Owosso Library, it had the pocket that held the Seller Rating: % positive. : The McKenney-Hall Portrait Gallery of American Indians () by Horan, James D.
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This is the most extensive and accurate 19th century series of Native American portraits, with lithographs based on oil paintings by the renowned artist Charles Bird King, as well as by Karl Bodmer, James. 4) Good fortune returned inwhen James Hall agreed to write for McKenney.
Hall spent eight years gathering information from human sources. Childs and Lehman also returned to complete the lithography. 5) The first prints of the project were published in They were met with high praise and gained 1, patrons and an income of $, Indian portraits and biography recreating the Smithsonian Institution exhibit destroyed by fire in In addition to depicting over a hundred of America's most famous Indians, the volume includes a lengthy sketch of Colonel McKenney, first publisher (in ) of the portraits reproduced here and Indian Superintendent under Presidents Madison through Jackson.
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Collector's first edition vintage hardcover book with original dustjacket - The McKenney-Hall Portrait Gallery of American Indians by James D. Horan. memorabilia and portraits of Indians who visited the federal city. Th e “Indian Gallery,” as McKenney’s collection of portraits came to be known, was largely the work of the famous portrait artist Charles Bird King (American, ).File Size: 2MB.
Text and hand colored lithographs from: The history of the Indian tribes of North America, with biographical sketches and anecdotes of the principal chiefs. Embellished with one hundred and twenty portraits, from the Indian gallery in the Department of war, at Washington.
By Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall. Philadelphia, E. C. Biddle, A handsome set, with original wrappers, of this landmark of American publishing history, “one of the most costly and important ever published on the American Indians” (Field).
In James Madison named Thomas McKenney superintendent of Indian trade, and in he became the first head of. McKenney's portfolios are truly a landmark in American culture The value of this magnificent work is chiefly in its faithful recording of the feature and dress of celebrated American Indians who lived and died long before the age of photography" (Horan, The McKenney-Hall Portrait Gallery of American Indians, page 23).
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