2 edition of Sketches by Paul Kane in the Indian country, 1845-1848 found in the catalog.
Sketches by Paul Kane in the Indian country, 1845-1848
David I. Bushnell
|Statement||by David I. Bushnell, jr.|
|Series||Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, v. 99, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .S7 vol. 99, no. 1 B8, ND249.K3 .S7 vol. 99, no. 1 B8, ND249.K3 B8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 25 p.|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||40026125|
Paul Kane () wanted to record the landscape and the people of North America before they changed. From , Kane camped and canoed across the continent, sketching in watercolor and oil paints along the way. The exhibition includes over rarely seen works of art and manuscripts. It will be on view through June 2, Kane’s collection of Indian artifacts was donated by the Allan family to the Manitoba Museum of Science and History in Winnipeg. A catalogue raisonné of Kane’s sketches and paintings is in Paul Kane’s frontier; including Wanderings of an artist among the Indians of North America by Paul Kane, ed. J. R. Harper (Toronto, ).
- Read the free online art book by Arlene Gehmacher to discover the life and major works of Paul Kane, who in the s painted Canada’s land and peoples. More information Most of Paul Kane’s sketches and field paintings are on paper, which . Sketches by Paul Kane in the Indian country, by David I. Bushnell 1 edition - first published in East Of The Mississippi by David I. Bushnell 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Drawings by John Webber of natives of the northwest coast of America, , Accessible book, Antiquities.
Paul Kane: | | | |Paul Kane| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive. Frontispiece of the book: lithograph of one of Kane's oil paintings depicting 'A Half-Breed Cree Girl' Paul Kane's Wanderings of an artist among the Indians of North America: from Canada to Vancouver's Island and Oregon through the Hudson's Bay Company's territory and back again is modest in appearance, yet it has an interesting and important place in the history of Canadian art and ethnography.
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Sketches by Paul Kane in the Indian country, in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. A collection of sketches was sold by Kane's grandson Paul Kane III for about US$, to the Stark Museum of Art in Orange, Texas, in  The Surveyor: Portrait of Captain John Henry Lefroy, ca.
sold at a record price of more than 5 million Canadian dollars in KANE, PAUL (his name is spelled Kean on his baptismal certificate), artist; b.
3 Sept. probably at Mallow, County Cork, Ireland; d. 20 Feb. at Toronto, Ont. Paul Kane was the fifth of eight children born to Michael Kane and Frances Loach. Michael Kane was a native of Preston, Lancashire, England, and served in Captain G. Dixon’s troop of the Royal Horse Artillery from to. Paul Kane’s Frontier () by the Canadian art historian J.
Russell Harper remains the key art historical treatment of Kane, complemented by Kenneth Lister’s more recent monograph, Paul Kane, the Artist: Wilderness to Studio (), in which Kane’s cycle of one hundred paintings is reproduced in its entirety.
Paul Kane, left as he looked when he painted Cunnewabum, published his book, "Wanderings of an Artist among the Indians of North America" in Sadly Paul became blind, and retired in He died in Toronto, in But not before befriending a young artist named Frederick Verner, and passing on the mantle of his beloved genre of painting to an eager student.
Paul Kane (September 3, – Febru ) was an Irish-born Canadian painter, famous for his paintings of First Nations peoples in the Canadian West and other Native Americans in the Oregon Country. A largely self-educated artist, Kane grew up in Toronto (then known as York) and trained himself by copying European masters on a study trip through Europe.
Sketches by Paul Kane in the Indian country, by David I Bushnell Paul Kane sketches by Kathleen Wood He was enspired by George Catlin. As early as October Kane planned a book describing his trips ofbased on the notes and diaries he kept en route. Kane’s route is shown in red on the above map, which was included in Wanderings of an Artist among the Indians of North America: From Canada to Vancouver’s Island and Oregon through the Hudson’s Bay Company’s Territory and Back Again, his ghost-written travelogue, published in The book is peppered with other descriptions.
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In the author's preface to Wanderings of an Artist Among the Indians of North America () Paul Kane lays out the acknowledged limits of his project to illustrate in visual and written texts the manners and customs of the aborigines in their original state, and to represent the scenery of an almost unknown country.
“On my return to Canada from the continent of Europe, where I had passed nearly four years in studying my profession as a painter, I determined to devote whatever talents and proficiency I possessed to the painting of a series of pictures illustrative of the North American Indians and scenery.” - Paul Kane, preface to Wanderings of an artist among the Indians of North America ().When Paul Kane exhibited a selection of his work in Toronto upon his return inhis viewers were astonished.
His pictures gave them glimpses of the country that they could never have imagined. The oil-sketches on display, such as the Medicine Pipe Stem Dance, represented the first solo exhibition of any artist in British North America.In this beautifully designed and richly illustrated book, Diane Eaton and Sheila Urbanek re-create Paul Kane's heroic journey across Canada and bring to life the people, places, and events he experienced.
Determined to document the lives and customs of the Indians of the Northwest, Paul Kane set out in to cross the continent 'with no companions but my portfolio and a box of paints, my gun.