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Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz

Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz
Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz
Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz
Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz
Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz
Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz
Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz
Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz
Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz
Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz
Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz
Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz

Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz
Welcome to Estate Auctions Inc! We work with consignors from coast-to-coast and around the world, working hard to make sure we provide top quality items. We are'Your Quality Zone' - search'YQZ' to see our other listings. LLC and can only be used with the express written permission of Estate Auctions, Inc. Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang. Listed American Artist Relief Frame Louis Prang & Co. Cooper is known for his depictions of Native American Indians that he lived with and learned from in his early twenties, as well as landscapes, portraits and also historical depictions. One of his most famous Native American Indian paintings was Burning Arrow 1900, and that is what we have depicted in this antique chromolithograph! The scene depicts a group of Sioux Indians signaling a far-off Indian camp of their movements with a flaming arrow during the time of the Great Sioux War of 1876-77 (AKA The Black Hills War) which involved the combined forces of the Lakota Sioux, Northern Cheyenne and Arapahoe tribes. The arrow is taken, dipped in fat and then after. Keep scrolling there are 17 pictures and. More description beneath the photos below! Is has been lighted, it is shot ablaze into the airwith different directions having different meanings. The wars most famous battle was the Battle of Little Big Horn (known to the Lakota as the Battle of the Greasy Grass) where the combined tribes fought and won a crushing victory over the 7th Calvary Regiment of the United States Army led by Gen. Custer and his Battalion on from June 25-26, 1876 (commonly known as Custers Last Stand).

32-1/8" by 26-3/8" (framed) with a sight size of 25-3/8" by 19-3/4". Not examined outside the frame, there is visible water damage along the verso, and the print appears to have some "ripples", a few scattered white spots/paint drips, a few small defects along the left, heavy losses to the relief along the top of the frame, losses to the finish along the brass tag, some scratches/nicks to the wooden frame. So be sure to scroll through our many photos to capture all the details! What a great piece to add to your American art collection, by Louis Prang and after Astley David Middleton Cooper!

Astley Cooper (1856 - 1924) as found on Askart Astley David Middleton Cooper was active/lived in California, Missouri. Astley Cooper is known for landscape, Indian life, still life. Biography from Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery ADM Cooper was a popular and respected northern California artist who specialized in Native American genre painting and other scenes of the vanishing west. Cooper was born in St. Louis, Missouri, to David Middleton Cooper, a prominent physician, and Fannie Clark O'Fallon, grand-niece of legendary explorer, William Clark. George Catlin, the early explorer/painter of Plains Indian life, was a family friend, and his paintings and stories probably inspired Cooper's life-long fascination with Native Americans. After studying art at Washington University, Cooper made his own explorations through western territories, living with Indians and recording his experiences in drawings and paintings.

He spent two years in Boulder, Colorado drawing for Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, and making easel paintings of Indian subjects and western landscapes. At age 24, Cooper moved to San Francisco and adopted the life of a bohemian artist, setting up his first studio in the city's Latin Quarter.

Cooper moved to San Jose, California in 1883, eventually building an elaborate studio in the Egyptian style. Throughout his career Cooper painted scenes of the frontier and Native life, especially Plains Indian encampments and buffalo hunts. He decried Federal policies toward the Indians and, like many artists of the time, he felt an urgency to capture the ways of a vanishing race. However, Cooper's paintings were by no means literal documents of specific people and places. They were highly romanticized generic images intended to elicit favorable emotions about the noble Indian.

Cooper heightened the romantic mood with dramatic shadows and heavy, dark atmospheric effects that often obscured the background (and sometimes the foreground) of the view, focusing attention on the carefully drawn subjects while downplaying their context. His technique was similar to tonalism, but most of his paintings cannot be classed as such because they are often full of movement and activity. In his later years, Cooper increasingly painted landscapes, allegories, and historical subjects. His brushwork loosened, and some of the allegorical paintings, in particular, have an impressionist quality.

It was said that he paid many bar bills with paintings of nude women, and many establishments in the area featured one or more of his canvases. He also was known as an exceptionally generous, polite and cultured man with an aristocratic bearing. Cooper was married for the first and only time in 1919 at age 62 to the daughter of a family friend who was 26 years his junior. History found on the meibohmfinearts website GREAT Site! In a 36 x 30 x 5 box.

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The item "Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz" is in sale since Friday, March 03, 2017. This item is in the category "Art\Art from Dealers & Resellers\Prints". The seller is "estateauctionsinc" and is located in Seaford, Delaware. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Condition: See photos & description.
  • Date of Creation: 1900-1949
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Original/Reproduction: Original Print
  • Print Type: Lithograph
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 30
  • Subject: Ethnic

Antique 1904 ADM Cooper BURNING ARROW Sioux Indians Chromolithograph Prang yqz