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"George Catlin’s North American Indian Portfolio"

George Catlin’s North American Indian Portfolio is among the most famous color plate books relating to North America’s native population produced in the 19th century. It is one of the most detailed and prolific series of prints of the American West from the frontier era. The Briscoe Western Art Museum is pleased to showcase a very rare deluxe issue of the thirty-one-plate edition of Catlin’s North American Indian Portfolio hand-colored and mounted on card stock.

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