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b. 1861 - d. 1928

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        • Frank A. Rinehart, John Williams - Tonkawa, 1898
          Feb. 08, 2024

          Frank A. Rinehart, John Williams - Tonkawa, 1898

          Est: $500 - $700

          Frank A. Rinehart (1861 - 1928) John Williams - Tonkawa, 1898 platinum photograph signed and dated lower left: COPYRIGHT 1898 / F.A. RINEHART, OMAHA titled lower right of center: -JOHN WILLIAMS- / -TONKAWA- inscribed lower right: NO 1056

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Selected Images
          Jan. 20, 2024

          Selected Images

          Est: $5,000 - $7,000

          R.H. McKay and Frank A. Rinehart 1878 - 1960 and 1861 - 1928 Selected Images 12 platinum prints by Frank A. Rinehart and 2 toned gelatin silver prints by R.H. McKay, the former with credit, title, copyright, date, and number in the negative, the latter blindstamped on each the image and titled in pencil on the reverse, circa 1898-1899 each image to: 8 by 10 in. (20.3 by 25.4 cm.) or the reverse

          Sotheby's
        • Chief Wolf Robe, Cheyenne
          Jan. 19, 2024

          Chief Wolf Robe, Cheyenne

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Western Art and Design from Bar Cross Ranch, Wyoming Frank A. Rinehart 1861 - 1928 Chief Wolf Robe, Cheyenne titled, annotated No. 1457, copyrighted and dated 1898 (in the negative) hand-colored photograph 16 by 12¼ in. 40.6 by 31.1 cm. Executed in 1898.

          Sotheby's
        • Chief White Man - Kiowa
          Jan. 19, 2024

          Chief White Man - Kiowa

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Western Art and Design from Bar Cross Ranch, Wyoming Frank A. Rinehart 1861 - 1928 Chief White Man - Kiowa titled, annotated No. 1460, copyrighted and dated 1898 (in the negative) platinum print 16½ by 12¾ in. 41.9 by 32.4 cm. Executed in 1898.

          Sotheby's
        • John Hollow Horn Bear, Sioux
          Jan. 19, 2024

          John Hollow Horn Bear, Sioux

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Western Art and Design from Bar Cross Ranch, Wyoming Frank A. Rinehart 1861 - 1928 John Hollow Horn Bear, Sioux titled, annotated No. 1000, copyrighted and dated 1898 (in the negative) platinum print 9¼ by 7⅜ in. 23.5 by 18.7 cm. Executed in 1898.

          Sotheby's
        • Frank A. Rinehart. Two little Braves
          Dec. 12, 2023

          Frank A. Rinehart. Two little Braves

          Est: $200 - $300

          RINEHART, FRANK A. (1861–1928) Two Little Braves. Sac and Fox, 1898. Vintage toned platinum print on old card mount, 9 3/16 x 7 1/8 inches (230 x 183 mm), signed F.A. Rinehart in the image, dated and copyright 1898, titled in the image at center, with the print number (1397) at right. A few surface imperfections at the edges of the print, the mount browned.

          Doyle New York
        • F.A. Rinehart (American, 1861-1928) Chief Geronomo
          Nov. 11, 2023

          F.A. Rinehart (American, 1861-1928) Chief Geronomo

          Est: $600 - $1,200

          Featured in this lot is this button front of The Great Chied Geronimo - Apache from the original photograph by F.A. Rinehart born in 1861 and died in 1928. The button front is wonderfully and professionally crafted card stock construction. The button front shows a smaller version of the Chief Geronomo photograph that reads on the back of the button front as follows: Greater America Exposition - From copyrighted photograph by permission of F.A. Rinehart Photographer Manf'd by C.M. Howe 115 S. 16th Omaha. Frank Albert Rinehart was an American photographer who captured Native American personalities and scenes, especially portrait settings of leaders and members of the delegations who attended the 1898 Indian Congress in Omaha. The condition of this button lining shows some wear to the top hand of the button lining and some wear to the photograph of the button front. The measurements of the case of the button front measures 4" x 2 7/8" and the button front measures 2" in diameter.

          North American Auction Company
        • FRANK A. RINEHART PHOTOGRAPHIC PLATINUM PRINT
          May. 01, 2023

          FRANK A. RINEHART PHOTOGRAPHIC PLATINUM PRINT

          Est: $400 - $600

          FRANK A. RINEHART (Illinois, 1861-1928) photographic platinum print, "Josh, Chief, San Carlos Apaches." Titled and signed, copyright 1898, plate number 889, 9" x 7" (opening), 20.25" x 16.25" (frame).

          O'Gallerie
        • FRANK A. RINEHART (1861-1928) Dance Bonnet and Scalp Lock.
          Apr. 27, 2023

          FRANK A. RINEHART (1861-1928) Dance Bonnet and Scalp Lock.

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          FRANK A. RINEHART (1861-1928) Dance Bonnet and Scalp Lock. Platinum print, the image measuring 9x7 inches (22.9x17.8 cm.), the sheet 13 3/4x10 1/2 inches (35x26.7 cm.), with Rinehart's credit, title, copyright date, location, and inventory number in the negative. 1899 Rinehart had a studio in Omaha and photographed many Native Americans who attended a conference at the Trans-Mississippi and International Expo held there in 1898.

          Swann Auction Galleries
        • [NATIVE AMERICANS]. RINEHART, F.A. (1861-1928), photographer. Turning Hawk - Blackfeet. Omaha, NE: 1900. 
          Nov. 03, 2022

          [NATIVE AMERICANS]. RINEHART, F.A. (1861-1928), photographer. Turning Hawk - Blackfeet. Omaha, NE: 1900. 

          Est: $300 - $500

          [NATIVE AMERICANS]. RINEHART, F.A. (1861-1928), photographer. Turning Hawk - Blackfeet. Omaha, NE: 1900.  7 1/8 x 9 1/4 in. platinum photograph (light toning, some edge and corner wear including few chips, verso partially mounted along top edge to board with what appears to be archival tape). Negative includes title, Rinehart's 1900 copyright, and number 1572 in lower margin.  Property of a New York Lady

          Hindman
        • [NATIVE AMERICANS]. RINEHART, F.A. (1861-1928), photographer. Chief Spotted Elk. Omaha, NE: 1900. 
          Nov. 03, 2022

          [NATIVE AMERICANS]. RINEHART, F.A. (1861-1928), photographer. Chief Spotted Elk. Omaha, NE: 1900. 

          Est: $300 - $500

          [NATIVE AMERICANS]. RINEHART, F.A. (1861-1928), photographer. Chief Spotted Elk. Omaha, NE: 1900.  7 1/4 x 9 1/4 in. platinum photograph (light toning, light edge and corner wear, verso partially mounted along top edge to board with what appears to be archival tape). Negative includes title at top right, and Rinehart's 1900 copyright and number 1600 in lower margin. Property of a New York Lady

          Hindman
        • [NATIVE AMERICANS]. RINEHART, F.A. (1861-1928), photographer. Chief Bill Rock - Crow. Omaha, NE: 1900. 
          Nov. 03, 2022

          [NATIVE AMERICANS]. RINEHART, F.A. (1861-1928), photographer. Chief Bill Rock - Crow. Omaha, NE: 1900. 

          Est: $300 - $500

          [NATIVE AMERICANS]. RINEHART, F.A. (1861-1928), photographer. Chief Bill Rock - Crow. Omaha, NE: 1900.  7 1/4 x 9 1/2 in. platinum photograph (light toning, some edge and corner wear, verso partially mounted along top edge to board with what appears to be archival tape and possibly adhesive). Lower margin includes title, Rinehart's 1900 copyright, and number 1762. Property of a New York Lady

          Hindman
        • Frank A. Rinehart (American, 1861-1928) PHOTO Portrait of BROKEN ARM Ogalalla Sioux- 1898, No1448. 8-7/8 x 6-3/4 inches
          Sep. 14, 2021

          Frank A. Rinehart (American, 1861-1928) PHOTO Portrait of BROKEN ARM Ogalalla Sioux- 1898, No1448. 8-7/8 x 6-3/4 inches

          Est: $300 - $500

          Frank A. Rinehart (American, 1861-1928) PHOTO Portrait of BROKEN ARM Ogalalla Sioux- 1898, No1448. 8-7/8 x 6-3/4 inches

          Bill Hood & Sons Arts & Antiques Auctions
        • Frank Albert Rinehart, (American, 1861-1928), Chief White Man — Kiowa, 1898, photographic print, 16 1/2" x 12 3/4"
          Mar. 14, 2021

          Frank Albert Rinehart, (American, 1861-1928), Chief White Man — Kiowa, 1898, photographic print, 16 1/2" x 12 3/4"

          Est: $300 - $500

          titled upper left, inscribed lower left No. 1460; lower right Copyright 1898 F. A. Rinehart, Omaha

          Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
        • “Hubble Big Horse” Cheyenne Portrait by Frank A. Rinehart, 1898
          Mar. 09, 2021

          “Hubble Big Horse” Cheyenne Portrait by Frank A. Rinehart, 1898

          Est: $2,750 - $3,500

          This portrait features Cheyenne chief Hubble Big Horse in traditional attire. The platinum print includes copyright, title, date, and inventory number in the negative. Frank Albert Rinehart (February 12, 1861-December 17,1928) was an American artist famous for his drawings, paintings, and photographs depicting Native American personalities and scenes, especially the leaders and members of the delegations who attended the 1898 Indian Congress in Omaha. In 1898 Rinehart was commissioned to photograph the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition held by the Indian Congress and the Native American personalities who attended it. Together with his assistant Adolph Muhr (who would later be employed by the famous photographer Edward S. Curtis), they produced what is now considered "one of the best photographic documents of Indian leaders at the turn of the century." After the Indian Congress, Rinehart and Muhr traveled the Indian reservations for two years, portraying Native American leaders who had not attended the event, as well as depicting general aspects of the indigenous everyday life and culture (Ortiz, 2005).

          The Great Republic
        • RINEHART, FRANK A. (1861-1928) Group of eight vintage toned platinum prints.
          Dec. 15, 2020

          RINEHART, FRANK A. (1861-1928) Group of eight vintage toned platinum prints.

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          RINEHART, FRANK A. (1861-1928) Group of eight vintage toned platinum prints. Approximately 9 1/8 x 7 1/8 inches (234 x 183 mm) or the reverse, signed F.A. Rinehart in the image, all dated and copyright 1898-99. The group contains Hattie Tom, Apache (1400); Three Fingers, Cheyenne (778); Swift Dog, Sioux (867); High Bear, Sioux (868); Chief Wets-it, Assinaboine (no number); Mrs. Joseph Street, Winnebago (1131); Wichita woman (no number); and a group of Sioux including Little Sunday, Eagle Elk and Prairie Dog and their wives (834). A few minor defects but overall in excellent condition. C 

          Doyle New York
        • “Hubble Big Horse” Cheyenne Portrait by Frank A. Rinehart, 1898
          Oct. 29, 2020

          “Hubble Big Horse” Cheyenne Portrait by Frank A. Rinehart, 1898

          Est: $2,750 - $3,500

          This portrait features Cheyenne chief Hubble Big Horse in traditional attire. The platinum print includes copyright, title, date, and inventory number in the negative. Frank Albert Rinehart (February 12, 1861-December 17,1928) was an American artist famous for his drawings, paintings, and photographs depicting Native American personalities and scenes, especially the leaders and members of the delegations who attended the 1898 Indian Congress in Omaha. In 1898 Rinehart was commissioned to photograph the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition held by the Indian Congress and the Native American personalities who attended it. Together with his assistant Adolph Muhr (who would later be employed by the famous photographer Edward S. Curtis), they produced what is now considered "one of the best photographic documents of Indian leaders at the turn of the century." After the Indian Congress, Rinehart and Muhr traveled the Indian reservations for two years, portraying Native American leaders who had not attended the event, as well as depicting general aspects of the indigenous everyday life and culture (Ortiz, 2005).

          The Great Republic
        • FRANK A. RINEHART (1861-1928) Geronimo (Guiyatle), Apache.
          Feb. 25, 2020

          FRANK A. RINEHART (1861-1928) Geronimo (Guiyatle), Apache.

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          FRANK A. RINEHART (1861-1928) Geronimo (Guiyatle), Apache. Platinum print, the image measuring 9x7 inches (22.9x17.8 cm.), with Rinehart's credit, title, date, copyright, the notation Omaha, and number, in the negative, and a Foster Brothers Publishers hand stamp, on verso. 1898

          Swann Auction Galleries
        • FRANK A. RINEHART (1861-1928) Geronimo (Guiyatle), Apache * Three Fingers, Cheyenne.
          Oct. 17, 2019

          FRANK A. RINEHART (1861-1928) Geronimo (Guiyatle), Apache * Three Fingers, Cheyenne.

          Est: $2,500 - $3,500

          FRANK A. RINEHART (1861-1928) Geronimo (Guiyatle), Apache * Three Fingers, Cheyenne. Together, 2 platinum prints, the second hand-colored, the images measuring approximately 9x7 inches (22.9x17.8 cm.), the sheets slightly larger, both with Rinehart's credit, title, date, copyright, the notation Omaha, and number, in the negative. 1898 WITH-- Figure with a bow and arrow, attributed to George Heyn. Hand-colored platinum print, the image measuring 10 1/2x7 5/8 inches (26.7x19.4 cm.), the original mount slightly larger. Circa 1899

          Swann Auction Galleries
        • Photograph Portrait of Lady with Head Scarf
          Jul. 31, 2019

          Photograph Portrait of Lady with Head Scarf

          Est: $500 - $700

          Possibly Frank A. Rinehart (American 1861-1928) or Carl Moon(American 1879-1948) 9"h x 7"w

          Nye & Company
        • Photograph Portrait of a Native American Chief
          Jul. 31, 2019

          Photograph Portrait of a Native American Chief

          Est: $500 - $700

          Possibly Frank A. Rinehart (American 1861-1928) or Carl Moon(American 1879-1948) 9"h x 7"w

          Nye & Company
        • Photograph Portrait of a Native American
          Jul. 31, 2019

          Photograph Portrait of a Native American

          Est: $500 - $700

          Possibly Frank A. Rinehart (American 1861-1928) or Carl Moon(American 1879-1948) 9"h x 7"w

          Nye & Company
        • Photograph Portrait of a Native American
          Jul. 31, 2019

          Photograph Portrait of a Native American

          Est: $500 - $700

          Possibly Frank A. Rinehart (American 1861-1928) or Carl Moon(American 1879-1948) 9"h x 7"w

          Nye & Company
        • Photograph Portrait of a Native American
          Jul. 31, 2019

          Photograph Portrait of a Native American

          Est: $500 - $700

          Possibly Frank A. Rinehart (American 1861-1928) or Carl Moon(American 1879-1948) 9"h x 7"w

          Nye & Company
        • Photograph Portrait of a Native American
          Apr. 17, 2019

          Photograph Portrait of a Native American

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Possibly Frank A. Rinehart (American 1861-1928) or Carl Moon(American 1879-1948) 9"h x 7"w

          Nye & Company
        • Photograph Portrait of a Native American Chief
          Apr. 17, 2019

          Photograph Portrait of a Native American Chief

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Possibly Frank A. Rinehart (American 1861-1928) or Carl Moon(American 1879-1948) 9"h x 7"w

          Nye & Company
        • Photograph Portrait of a Native American
          Apr. 17, 2019

          Photograph Portrait of a Native American

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Possibly Frank A. Rinehart (American 1861-1928) or Carl Moon(American 1879-1948) 9"h x 7"w

          Nye & Company
        • Photograph Portrait of Lady with Head Scarf
          Apr. 17, 2019

          Photograph Portrait of Lady with Head Scarf

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Possibly Frank A. Rinehart (American 1861-1928) or Carl Moon(American 1879-1948) 9"h x 7"w

          Nye & Company
        • Photograph Portrait of a Native American
          Apr. 17, 2019

          Photograph Portrait of a Native American

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Possibly Frank A. Rinehart (American 1861-1928) or Carl Moon(American 1879-1948) 9"h x 7"w

          Nye & Company
        • FRANK A. RINEHART, Illinois, 1861-1928, Eneas Michel, Flatheads #760, standing and holding a bow., Silver print photograph, 9" x 7".
          Nov. 16, 2018

          FRANK A. RINEHART, Illinois, 1861-1928, Eneas Michel, Flatheads #760, standing and holding a bow., Silver print photograph, 9" x 7".

          Est: $700 - $1,000

          FRANK A. RINEHART Illinois, 1861-1928 Eneas Michel, Flatheads #760, standing and holding a bow. Dated 1898. Silver print photograph, 9" x 7".

          Eldred's
        • F.A. RINEHART VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH
          Oct. 27, 2018

          F.A. RINEHART VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH

          Est: $150 - $250

          Frank Albert Rinehart - American - 1861-1928 - Photo of "Bartelda - Apache" No. 1386 - Circa 1899. Unframed and matted in very good condition. 9" x 7"

          Hampton House Auctions
        • FRANK A. RINEHART
          Jun. 28, 2018

          FRANK A. RINEHART

          Est: CHF1,400 - CHF2,000

          FRANK A. RINEHART (1861-1928) "Black Bird", 1900. Platinum Abzug. Vintage. Bildmass 23,2 x 25,6 cm; Blattgrösse 25,2 x 20,1 cm. Unten einbelichtetes Photographen-Copyright, Bezeichnung und Jahreszahl, sowie Inventarnummer 1634. Unter Passepartout.

          Koller Auctions
        • FRANK A. RINEHART
          Jun. 28, 2018

          FRANK A. RINEHART

          Est: CHF1,400 - CHF2,000

          FRANK A. RINEHART (1861-1928) "Last Horse, -Obalalla Sioux-", 1899. Platinum Abzug. Vintage. Bildmass 17,8 x 23 cm; Blattgrösse 25,1 x 19,9 cm. Unten einbelichtetes Photographen-Copyright, Bezeichnung, Jahreszahl und Inventarnummer 1447. Unter Passepartout.

          Koller Auctions
        • FRANK A. RINEHART
          Jun. 28, 2018

          FRANK A. RINEHART

          Est: CHF800 - CHF1,200

          FRANK A. RINEHART (1861-1928) "Afraid of Eagle - Sioux -", 1898. Platinum Abzug. Vintage. Bildmass 23 x 17,8 cm; Blattgrösse 23,2 x 18,1 cm. Unten im Bild einbelichtetes Photographen-Copyright mit Jahreszahl, Bezeichnung sowie Inventarnummer 864. Unter Passepartout.

          Koller Auctions
        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Swift Dog
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Swift Dog

          Est: -

          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

          Prescott Valley Consignment Auction
        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief High Bear
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief High Bear

          Est: -

          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

          Prescott Valley Consignment Auction
        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 John Williams
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 John Williams

          Est: -

          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

          Prescott Valley Consignment Auction
        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Henry Wilson
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Henry Wilson

          Est: -

          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

          Prescott Valley Consignment Auction
        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Three Fingers
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Three Fingers

          Est: -

          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

          Prescott Valley Consignment Auction
        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Grant Richards
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Grant Richards

          Est: -

          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

          Prescott Valley Consignment Auction
        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Poor Dog
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Poor Dog

          Est: -

          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

          Prescott Valley Consignment Auction
        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Goes To War
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Goes To War

          Est: -

          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

          Prescott Valley Consignment Auction
        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Eagle Elk
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Eagle Elk

          Est: -

          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

          Prescott Valley Consignment Auction
        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Spotted Horse
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Spotted Horse

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          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

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        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Turning Eagle
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Turning Eagle

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          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

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        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Sleeping Bear
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Chief Sleeping Bear

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          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

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        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 John Hollow Horn Bear
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 John Hollow Horn Bear

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          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

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        • Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Afraid Of Eagle
          Jan. 05, 2018

          Frank Rinehart Original 1898 Indian Photograph Photogravures By Ga Grinnell 1900 Afraid Of Eagle

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          8x11.5 Frank Rinehart original 1898 photograph photogravures from a portfolio put together by G.A. Grinnell in 1900 and sold in very limited quantities. These large photographs of American Indian chiefs are from a private collection and seldom come on the market. G.A. Grinnell was an American Anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Grinnell had extensive contact with the terrain, animals and native Americans of the northern plains. He also accompanied George A. Custer 1874 Black Hills expedition as a naturalist. Frank A. Rinehart the photographer was an American artist famous for his photographs, drawings and paintings depicting native Americans. Rinehart's portraist are especially impressive as a departure from earlier, less sensitive photographs of Native Americans. Instead of being detached, ethnographic records, the Rinehart photographs are portraits of individuals with an emphasis on strength of expression. While Rinehart was not the first photographers to portray Indian subjects with such dignity, this large body of work which was widely seen and distributed may have had an important influence in changing subsequent portrayals of Native Americans.

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