VG, exlib w/minimal markings. Wraps. 52 pp. 48 bw, 5 color plates. Includes essays by John C. Ewers (Plains Indian Pictorial Art Through the Years), Helen M. Manglesdorf (The History of the Indian Drawings in the Pennsylvania Academy's Collection) and William S. Wierzbowski (Drawings from Hampton: Continuity and Change). Catalogue with biographical sketches. Extensive bibliography accompanies the exhibition of 40 works. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Oct. 26, 1985-Jan. 8, 1986 and at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyo., Mar. 1-June 20, 1986.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 1985. Presumed first. Softback. Book: Good, private library plate. 8.5x11. 52pp. Profuse colour & b/w plates & illus. Founded shortly after the Civil War, Hampton was one of America's first colleges dedicated to educating black Americans and it soon adopted as a cause the beleaguered American Indians. This details a collection of drawings by Indians at Hampton, evolving from the hide-painting tradition of the native American Indian but executed in more modern materials.
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