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Artist: Karl Bodmer (1809 - 1893) Primary
Artist: Bertauts (active ) Printer
Artist: Goupil et Cie Publisher
Date: ca. 1860
19th century
Dimensions: 15.5 x 12.06 in. (39.37 x 30.64 cm)
Dimensions Extent: image
Object Type: Print
Creation Place: Europe, France
Medium and Support: Tinted lithograph on paper
Credit Line: Gift of James M. Reed, 2017.
Accession Number: 2017.35.174
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Beneath the image, the artist is identified at lower left ("K[arl] Bodmer, pinx[it] et lith[og]") and the printer at lower right ("Imp[rimerie] Bertauts, r[ue] Cadet, 11"). Below, the text identifies the publisher ("Paris, publiƩ par Goupil et Cie").


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