|Year Range from||1835|
|Year Range to||1836|
|Artist||James Otto Lewis|
Lithographic print, likely from James Otto Lewis portfolio, "Aboriginal Port-Folio." Published by Lehman & Duval in Philadelphia. Man wearing collared light blue shirt with flower-shaped button at neck, medal with bust of a man on a maroon ribbon around his neck, tan blanket over right arm, bow and arrows in right hand.
"Lehman & Duval Lithrs.
A Celebrated Chippeway Chief
Painted at the treaty of Prarie du Chien by J.O.Lewis."
|Dimensions||W-11.75 L-16.5 inches|
Part of a portfolio published by J.O. Lewis in Philadelphia 1835-1836, printed by Duval & Lehman. Published serially in sets of 8, there were originally supposed to be 10 editions, totalling 80 prints. Financial trouble prevented the 10th edition from being printed.
Peter S. Duval and George Lehman owned a lithographic company in Philadelphia from 1834 to 1837, after which time Lehman resigned and the company became P.S. Duval's Lithographic Service.
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