George Catlin, Ah-yaw-ne-tak-oár-ron, a Warrior, 1831, oil on canvas, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Mrs. Joseph Harrison, Jr., 1985.66.230
“I have visited forty-eight different tribes, the greater part of which I found speaking different languages, and containing in all 400,000 souls. I have brought home safe, and in good order, 310 portraits in oil, all painted in their native dress, and in their own wigwams . . . as well as a very extensive and curious collection of their costumes, and all their other manufactures, from the size of a wigwam down to the size of a quill or a rattle.” George Catlin probably painted Menominee warrior Ah-yaw-ne-tak-oár-ron in Washington, D.C. in January 1831. (Catlin, <i>Letters and Notes</i>, vol. 1, no. 1, 1841; reprint 1973)
Ah-yaw-ne-tak-oár-ron, a Warrior
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21 1/8 x 16 1/2 in. (53.7 x 41.9 cm)
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Smithsonian American Art Museum
Gift of Mrs. Joseph Harrison, Jr.
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- oil on canvas
- Portrait male – Ah Yaw Ne Tah Car Ron
- Ethnic – Indian – Menominee
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