George Catlin’s Native American Portraits

"In the 1830s, George Catlin (1796–1872) packed his paintbrushes and trekked through remote Indian country in the Great Plains. Committed to documenting traditional Native culture, he visited more than 140 tribes and painted more than 325 portraits and 200 scenes of American Indian life."

please click through - name/nation can be found in the captions

  1. callette reblogged this from levysenpai
  2. levysenpai reblogged this from campaignofmadness
  3. redapplesbite reblogged this from pinkyapplez
  4. pinkyapplez reblogged this from oreides
  5. blackenesebarbie reblogged this from humansofcolor
  6. blackazian13 reblogged this from humansofcolor
  7. actualundead reblogged this from bigboyclitt
  8. humansofcolor reblogged this from princesswhatevr
  9. hauntedbottleof-gaindetergent reblogged this from princesswhatevr
  10. bigboyclitt reblogged this from princesswhatevr
  11. cocaineismycopilot reblogged this from likeathunderbolt
  12. likeathunderbolt reblogged this from princesswhatevr
  13. princesswhatevr reblogged this from oreides
  14. parkourdrag0n reblogged this from oreides
  15. spookysakabatou reblogged this from khelish
  16. aphnxrising reblogged this from oreides
  17. auspicious-nature reblogged this from oreides
  18. rabbitinthewoods reblogged this from madithefreckled
  19. lexierusleeping reblogged this from spitefulsoma
  20. kawaiigamu reblogged this from djairsurfer
  21. cnnrp reblogged this from jijoni
  22. maatthiaas reblogged this from jijoni
  23. jijoni reblogged this from oreides
  24. velvetfantasia222 reblogged this from oreides