Artist's description:

Edward S. Curtis
Edward Sheriff Curtis was an American photographer and ethnologist whose work focused on the American West and on Native American peoples. Curtis was born on February 16, 1868, on a farm near Whitewater, Wisconsin. His father, the Reverend Asahel "Johnson" Curtis, was a minister, farmer, and American Civil War veteran born in Ohio. His mother, Ellen Sheriff, was born in Pennsylvania. Curtis's siblings were Raphael, also called Ray; Edward, called Eddy; Eva; and Asahel Curtis. Weakened by his experiences in the Civil War, Johnson Curtis had difficulty in managing his farm, resulting in hardship and poverty for his family.

The photograph of Curtis inspired me to paint this subject using one color - burnt umber

Materials used:

Oil - Monocromatic

Edward S. Curtis (2014)


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