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Lager der Assiniboin / Tipi / Karl Bodmer
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Cleveland Lighthouse on the Lake Erie, plate 32 from volume 1 of `Travels in ...
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Crow Indians, plate 13 from volume 1 of `Travels in the Interior of North Ame...
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Saukie and Fox Indians, plate 20 from volume 1 of 'Travels in the Interior of...
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Indians Hunting the Bison, plate 31 from Volume 2 of 'Travels in the Interior...
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Dacota Woman and Assiniboin Girl, plate 9 from volume 2 of `Travels in the In...
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Sih-Chida and Mahchsi-Karehde, Mandan Indians, plate 20 from Volume 2 of 'Tra...
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Massika, a Saki Indian, and Wakusasse, a Musquake Indian, plate 3 from Volume...
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The Interior of the Hut of a Mandan Chief, plate 19 from Volume 2 of 'Travels...
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Washinga Saba's grave on Blackbirds hill
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Woman of the Snake-Tribe and Woman of the Cree-Tribe, plate 33 from volume 2 ...
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Idols of the Mandan Indians, plate 25 from volume 2 of `Travels in the Interi...
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Facsimile of an Indian Painting, plate 22 from volume 2 of `Travels in the In...
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Winter Village of the Minatarres, plate 26 from Volume 2 of 'Travels in the I...
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Mih-Tutta-Hangkusch. A Mandan village
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The Travellers Meeting with Minatarre Indians near Fort Clark, plate 26 from ...
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Mehkskeme-Sukahs, Blackfoot Chief and Tatsicki-Stomick, Piekann Chief, plate ...
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Indian utensils and arms, engraved by A. Zschokke und J. Hurliman, published ...
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Mato-Tope, Adorned with the Insignia of his Warlike Deeds, plate 14 from Volu...
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A Missouri Indian, an Oto Indian and the Chief of the Puncas, plate 7 from 'T...
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A Blackfoot Indian on Horseback, plate 19 from Volume 1 of 'Travels in the In...
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Indian Utensils and Arms, plate 21 from Volume 2 of 'Travels in the Interior ...
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Noapeh, an Assiniboin Indian and Psihdja-Sahpa, a Yanktonan Indian, plate 12 ...
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Psihdja-S?hpa and Tuk?n-H?ton, Yankton men
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Indian Utensils and Arms, plate 48 from Volume 2 of 'Travels in the Interior ...
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A Skin Lodge of an Assiniboin Chief, plate 16 from Volume 1 of 'Travels in th...
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Portrait of Georg Ludwig von Maurer, printed by Hanfstaengl in Munich
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Fort Mackenzie, August 28th 1833, plate 42 from Volume 2 of 'Travels in the I...
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Dog-Sledges of the Mandan Indians, plate 29 from volume 1 of `Travels in the ...
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Fort McKenzie, 28th August 1833, engraved by Manceau und Hurliman, published ...
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Bison-Dance of the Mandan Indians in front of their Medicine Lodge in Mih-Tut...
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Chief of the Blood Indians, War Chief of the Piekann Indians and a Koutani In...
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Mandeh-Pahchu, a Young Mandan Indian, plate 24 from Volume 1 of 'Travels in t...
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The Elkhorn Pyramid on the Upper Missouri, plate 21 from volume 1 of `Travels...
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Fort Pierre on the Missouri, plate 10 from Volume 2 of 'Travels in the Interi...
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Offering of the Mandan Indians, plate 14 from Volume 1 of 'Travels in the Int...
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Entry to the Bay of New York taken from Staten Island, Vignette XXXIII from `...
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Bellvue, Mr Dougherty's Agency on the Missouri, plate 31 from volume 1 of `Tr...
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Herds of Bison and Elk on the Upper Missouri, plate 47 from Volume 2 of 'Trav...
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Karl Bodmer

Karl Bodmer

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Karl Bodmer was a Swiss-French etcher, lithographer, draughtsman and painter. He came from Zurich. At the age of thirteen, Bodmer began training as an etcher, lithographer and engraver in his uncle's business. In 1825 he became self-employed with his brother as an engraver.

In 1828 Bodmer moved to Koblenz to produce etchings and paintings for tourists. He quickly made a good name for himself with his pictures of landscapes along the Rhine, Moselle and Lahn. Eventually, the explorer Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied became aware of him, who was planning an expedition to the North American Indian territories. For this purpose he engaged Bodmer, who was to document the journey in pictures and as much detail as possible.

In May 1832 the group set sail and reached Boston on 4 July. The American East was suffering from a cholera epidemic. The expedition left Boston and reached New Harmony in Indiana, where the cholera caught up with them in late October. The Prince and other travellers fell ill. Bodmer therefore continued the journey alone at first; he reached New Orleans. After her recovery, the Prince and the rest of the group also continued their journey. By mid-March 1833, the expedition was reunited and continued on its way west. During their journey they met and documented numerous Indian peoples. Bodmer was later to say that he had found acquaintances among the Europeans but friends among the Indians. He didn't want to return to Europe at all, but wanted to stay with the Indians, but Prince Max was finally able to persuade him to return. In mid-July 1834 they embarked from New York to Le Havre, where they arrived at the beginning of August. They had been travelling for over two years.

Back in Europe, they returned to Germany. In 1835, Bodmer moved to Paris. He had brought over 400 pictures with him from the USA, whose conversion into engravings he had to supervise. This work took years; the Prince's travelogue, with illustrations by Bodmer, first appeared in 1839, five years after the end of the expedition. In 1848 Bodmer moved to Barbizon because of the February Revolution and also because of a cholera epidemic. He took French citizenship and continued his artistic work in various techniques. In 1884 Bodmer returned to Paris, sick and impoverished. Deaf and blind, he died there in 1893. © Meisterdrucke




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Lager der Assiniboin / Tipi / Ka...
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Lager der Assiniboin / Tipi / Ka...
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Karl Bodmer
Cleveland Lighthouse on the Lake...
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Karl Bodmer
Crow Indians, plate 13 from volu...
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Crow Indians, plate 13 from volu...
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Karl Bodmer
Saukie and Fox Indians, plate 20...
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Karl Bodmer
Indians Hunting the Bison, plate...
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Karl Bodmer
 
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Karl Bodmer
Dacota Woman and Assiniboin Girl...
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Dacota Woman and Assiniboin Girl...
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Karl Bodmer
Sih-Chida and Mahchsi-Karehde, M...
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Massika, a Saki Indian, and Waku...
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The Interior of the Hut of a Man...
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Washinga Saba's grave on Blackbi...
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Washinga Saba's grave on Blackbi...
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Woman of the Snake-Tribe and Wom...
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Karl Bodmer
 
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Karl Bodmer
Idols of the Mandan Indians, pla...
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Karl Bodmer
Facsimile of an Indian Painting,...
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Karl Bodmer
Winter Village of the Minatarres...
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Karl Bodmer
Mih-Tutta-Hangkusch. A Mandan vi...
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Mih-Tutta-Hangkusch. A Mandan vi...
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The Travellers Meeting with Mina...
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Mehkskeme-Sukahs, Blackfoot Chie...
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Karl Bodmer
Pioch-Ki?iu, a Piegan Blackfeet man
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Pioch-Ki?iu, a Piegan Blackfeet man
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Karl Bodmer
Indian utensils and arms, engrav...
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Karl Bodmer
Mato-Tope, Adorned with the Insi...
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Karl Bodmer
A Missouri Indian, an Oto Indian...
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Karl Bodmer
A Blackfoot Indian on Horseback,...
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Karl Bodmer
Indian Utensils and Arms, plate ...
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Karl Bodmer
 
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Karl Bodmer
Noapeh, an Assiniboin Indian and...
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Karl Bodmer
Psihdja-S?hpa and Tuk?n-H?ton, Y...
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Psihdja-S?hpa and Tuk?n-H?ton, Y...
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Karl Bodmer
Indian Utensils and Arms, plate ...
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Karl Bodmer
A Skin Lodge of an Assiniboin Ch...
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Karl Bodmer
 
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Karl Bodmer
Portrait of Georg Ludwig von Mau...
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Karl Bodmer
 
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Karl Bodmer
Fort Mackenzie, August 28th 1833...
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Dog-Sledges of the Mandan Indian...
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Karl Bodmer
 
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Karl Bodmer
Fort McKenzie, 28th August 1833,...
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Bison-Dance of the Mandan Indian...
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Chief of the Blood Indians, War ...
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Mandeh-Pahchu, a Young Mandan In...
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The Elkhorn Pyramid on the Upper...
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The Elkhorn Pyramid on the Upper...
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Karl Bodmer
Fort Pierre on the Missouri, pla...
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Offering of the Mandan Indians, ...
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Entry to the Bay of New York tak...
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Entry to the Bay of New York tak...
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Bellvue, Mr Dougherty's Agency o...
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Herds of Bison and Elk on the Up...
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