Seth Eastman Indians & Views of the America Frontier
Beautifully hand-colored rare steel engravings.
Highly collectible images that are easily framed or stored in a
portfolio collection for viewing.

8.5 X 11 in. w/margin ~ $90.00 each
(for more about Seth Eastman Click here)

Medicine Dance of the Winnebagoes

Dakotah Village


Falls of St Anthony


Esopus Landing, Hudson River


Gathering Wild Rice


Guarding the Corn Fields


Indians in Council


Beggar's Dance


Striking the Post


Chippewa Lodge
Creek House in 1791.

Red Jacket
Chief of the Senecas

Valley of the Minnesota
(St Peters River)

Spearing Fish From a Canoe


Indian Woman Procuring Fuel


Spearing Fish in Winter


Winnebago Wigwams

Feeding the Dead


Navajo Wigwams


America's earliest western artists, Seth Eastman learned his craft at West Point in the 1820's. Stationed after graduation at posts in the then untamed Great Lakes area, he began to sketch Indians and Topographical subjects. His work was so outstanding that he was recalled to the Academy.

Eastman later served in Florida in the Seminole War and returned to the Midwest where he became very close to many Indians including the Sioux, Winnebago, and many other tribes. He was selected to illustrate with steel engravings and lithographs the monumental government publications, history,
conditions and future prospects of the Indian tribes of the United States (1850-1857).

Afterward he was noted among the very best of the western artists. Eastman was appointed a general, he decorated congressional rooms, and was a trustee of the National Gallery. Eastman's now old and rare steel engravings and lithographs are available beautifully water colored.
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