Gokliz, Frederick. () Frederick Gokliz ink and watercolor drawings of Apache IndiansMLA Citation
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Frederick Gokliz ink and watercolor drawings of Apache Indians [graphic] [ca. 1894-ca. 1899]
|Main Author:||Gokliz, Frederick, d. 1901.|
|Physical Description:||1 box (22 drawings) ; 35 x 27 cm.
|Summary:||Unsigned ink drawings, colored with brightly-hued watercolors, of Apache Indians. The drawings were most likely made by Gokliz at Fort Sill, Okla., where they were probably collected for Edward E. Ayer by his nephew, Elbridge Ayer Burbank. Included are pictures of warriors, combat, and weaponry; horses and saddles; bear and buffalo hunters; women and babies; dancers; rugs and drums; a rattlesnake, etc.
|Notes:||Title supplied by cataloger.
Attributed to Frederick Gokliz by Miriam Perrett, cf. Newberry Library Special Collections Information File.
In box with title: Apache Indian drawings.
Forms part of the Edward E. Ayer Art Collection (Newberry Library)
San Carlos or White Mountain Apache, residing during the early 1880's on the San Carlos Reservation in Arizona with his wife, a daughter of Cochise.
Edward E. Ayer Art Collection (Newberry Library)
Newberry Library. Art. Ayer Art Gokliz.