THE LIFE & ART OF JOSEPH HENRY SHARP
This beautifully illustrated volume offers fresh perspectives on who Sharp was, how and where he was trained as a painter, why he selected the nation's western Native population as a primary subject, what impact his imagery had on audiences across the continent, and how his production as a painter of what he referred to as the "real Americans" differed from that of his contemporary peers.
Publisher: Buffalo Bill Center of th
Publishing status: Current
Size: 8¼x11 inches
Item #: 1973444