Curtis, Edward S. (1868-1952)

Lot 219 - Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952) - The Potter Mixing Clay (PDC1487)

Product
PDC1487

Additional Information

  • Medium: Photogravure on Japan Vellum
  • Circa: 1921
  • Size: 11.25'' x 15.25''

This item is reserved for our online auction on Sunday, October 11, 2020 at 9:00 am MST/PDT via LiveAuctioneers.com and will last approximately 4-5 hours. This auction is listed under Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery & Auction. To participate, please create your account on LiveAuctioneers.com and click on our auction preview to sign up for approval in advance. This will be a computer online auction, so be sure to create your account as soon as possible. Once your account is approved, you may leave absentee bids on items through LiveAuctioneers.com. NOTE SHIPPING HANDLING TIME: Please allow a handling time of 1 to 3 weeks for your item(s) to be shipped. STARTING PRICE: is $500. ESTIMATE $2,500 - $3,500. The starting price is the reserve minimum and the object can sell for this low amount. The estimate is the price that we feel is a reasonable gallery value. If you have any questions about this lot, please feel free to call us or email. Each lot shows additional images, condition reports, and provenance. Please review all images. 21.125" x 25" framed. Museum quality framing. This photogravure is in excellent condition. Plate 419. Published in "The North American (1907-1930) v. 12, The Hopi." As a young man, Edward Sheriff Curtis became an avid outdoorsman. He also became interested in photography and built a camera using the book, Wilson's Photographics. In 1885, at age seventeen, he apprenticed with a photographer in St. Paul. Like most people of his day, Curtis believed that all Native tribes soon would be absorbed into European-American culture and disappear forever. Saddened by this recognition, he began to envision a monumental project to document all of the tribes west of the Mississippi while it still was possible. "The North American Indian" documented more than eighty Native American tribes in text and photographs. In more than 22 years of work, Curtis and his assistants visited and interviewed members of more than eighty tribes, took more than 40,000 photographs, made thousands of pages of notes and interview transcripts, and recorded more than 10,000 wax cylinders with Native music and languages. In gallery pick up date starts October 14th by appointment. NOTE FEES CHARGED: 1. Our buyer's premium is 25% for winning bids under $100,000 and 20% for winning bids at $100,000 and above. 2. US sales tax is charged on all purchases except for buyers (a) with a current resale license (b) shipping address to sales tax exempt states (Alaska (certain jurisdictions), Oregon, Montana, New Hampshire, and Delaware), (c) international buyers. 3. We charge for shipping. For all 50 domestic states in the USA, please refer to the flat rate shipping fee added to this item. If you win more than one lot, we will combine the shipping fee for you. For countries outside of the USA, a shipping fee will be added based on the destination, and the buyer is responsible for VAT/import fees.

Lot 219 - Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952) - The Potter Mixing Clay (PDC1487)
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