Staff View for: E. A. Burbank Indian Portraits, Prints

 Staff view

You must be logged in to Tag Records

E. A. Burbank Indian Portraits, Prints.

Book Cover
Creator: Burbank, E. A.
Published: approximately 1897-1937.
Topics: Indian reservations - United States - Pictorial works. | Indians of North America - Portraits. | Indians of North America - Pictorial works. | Manuscripts, American - Illinois - Chicago. | Geronimo, 1829-1909 - Portraits. | Joseph (Nez Percé Chief), 1840-1904 - Portraits. | Red Cloud, 1822-1909 - Portraits.
Regions: Apache Tribe of Oklahoma - Pictorial works. | Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, Oklahoma - Pictorial works. | Nez Perce Tribe - Pictorial works. | Sioux Nation - Pictorial works.
Genres: Photomechanical prints - 1897-1937. | Prints - 1851-1900. | Prints - 1901-1950.
Related Information: http://mms.newberry.org/xml/xml_files/BurbankPrints.xml Finding Aid
Tags: Add


Spaces will separate tags.
Use quotes for multi-word tags.

000 04792ckc a2200565Ii 4500
001 955718
003 NBYdb
005 20180518103004.0
007 kj co|
008 160303i18971937xxu cneng d
035 |a(OCoLC)ocn942798076
035 |a(NBYdb)955718
040 |aIBV|beng|erda|edacs|cIBV|dNBYdb
043 |an-us---
049 |a[oversize]IBVE|lavlr
099 |aAyer|aArt|aBurbank|aPrints
100 1 |aBurbank, E. A.|q(Elbridge Ayer),|d1858-1949,|ecreator.
245 10|aE. A. Burbank Indian Portraits, Prints.
264 1|capproximately 1897-1937.
300 |a1.3|flinear feet|a(1|fcustom box)
336 |astill image|bsti|2rdacontent
337 |aunmediated|bn|2rdamedia
338 |asheet|bnb|2rdacarrier
351 |bThe prints have, with the exception of Numbers 43-46, been uniformly matted and are arranged alphabetically according to the name of the portrait subjects, with miscellaneous or unidentified prints positioned towards the back of the arrangement. Numbers 43-46 consist of an assortment of loose prints of varying sizes that are either duplicates of matted prints or pages extracted from unknown publications.
520 |aCollection of photogravures, colortype lithographs, and other offset color prints of drawings and oil paintings by E. A. Burbank. Consisting primarily of prints of oil paintings included in Burbank's extensive series of American Indian portraits, this collection of mass-produced, predominately twentieth century prints offers insight into cultural appeal of the American Indian and the wide dissemination of the work of E. A. Burbank during the last century.
520 2 |aThis collection is composed of nearly sixty prints of varying sizes relating to the oil paintings, drawings, and illustrations of E. A. Burbank with a particular focus on Burbank's extensive Indian portraits series.
524 |aInventory of the E. A. Burbank Indian Portraits, Prints, The Newberry Library, Chicago.
545 0 |aAmerican painter and illustrator.|bElbridge Ayer Burbank was born in 1858 in Harvard, Illinois. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and in Germany, where he developed his technique in life drawing and portraiture. At first specializing in African American subjects, in 1897 Burbank was commissioned by his uncle Edward E. Ayer, to do a series of portraits of prominent Indian chiefs in Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona. Accepting the commission, Burbank began his career as an Indian portrait authority. He painted Apache Chief Geronimo five times and was purported to be the only artist to paint the old warrior from life. This began his most productive and successful period as a painter of American Indians. By 1902, Burbank was roaming the west and southwest, seeking out the native peoples, painting and drawing. He depicted not only the great chiefs but also ordinary individuals, groups and ceremonies of more and 125 tribes. Burbank made friends wherever he traveled, among them was Juan Lorenzo Hubbell of the famed Hubbell Trading Post, a hub for artists, ethnologists and tourists. There he did red conté crayon drawings of Navajos and many of the patterns for their rugs. During the Depression, Burbank supported himself by drawing and selling scenes for postcards and greeting cards, pictures of famous Americans, and copies of his Indian studies. His reproductions were inexpensive, and were widely distributed and collected. His last years were spent at the Manx Hotel in San Francisco, where he died in 1949, after having been struck by a cable car.
555 0 |aInventory available in the library and online,|cfolder level control.
561 |aForms part of the Edward E. Ayer Art Collection at the Newberry Library.
600 00|aGeronimo,|d1829-1909|vPortraits.
600 00|aJoseph|c(Nez Percé Chief),|d1840-1904|vPortraits.
600 00|aRed Cloud,|d1822-1909|vPortraits.
650 0|aIndian reservations|zUnited States|vPictorial works.
650 0|aIndians of North America|vPortraits.
650 0|aIndians of North America|vPictorial works.
650 0|aManuscripts, American|zIllinois|zChicago.
651 0|aApache Tribe of Oklahoma|vPictorial works.
651 0|aCheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, Oklahoma|vPictorial works.
651 0|aNez Perce Tribe|vPictorial works.
651 0|aSioux Nation|vPictorial works.
655 7|aPhotomechanical prints|y1897-1937.|2aat
655 7|aPrints|y1851-1900.|2aat
655 7|aPrints|y1901-1950.|2aat
710 2 |aEdward E. Ayer Art Collection (Newberry Library)
852 8 |bsc,ayer|koversize|hAyer|iArt|iBurbank|iPrints|t1
856 42|uhttp://mms.newberry.org/xml/xml_files/BurbankPrints.xml|zFinding Aid
910 |aGift jlg
947 |aMARS|a20160406
994 |aC0|bIBV

Staff View for: E. A. Burbank Indian Portraits, Prints