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Keeping Time: Ledger Drawings and the Pictographic Traditions of Native North Americans ca. 1820-1900
Keeping Time: Ledger Drawings and the Pictographic Traditions of Native North Americans ca. 1820-1900
Keeping Time: Ledger Drawings and the Pictographic Traditions of Native North Americans ca. 1820-1900
Keeping Time: Ledger Drawings and the Pictographic Traditions of Native North Americans ca. 1820-1900
Keeping Time: Ledger Drawings and the Pictographic Traditions of Native North Americans ca. 1820-1900
Keeping Time: Ledger Drawings and the Pictographic Traditions of Native North Americans ca. 1820-1900
Keeping Time: Ledger Drawings and the Pictographic Traditions of Native North Americans ca. 1820-1900
Keeping Time: Ledger Drawings and the Pictographic Traditions of Native North Americans ca. 1820-1900
Keeping Time: Ledger Drawings and the Pictographic Traditions of Native North Americans ca. 1820-1900
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Installation shot of Keeping Time at TrépanierBaer Gallery, Calgary | Donald Ellis Gallery
Installation shot of Keeping Time at TrépanierBaer Gallery, Calgary | Donald Ellis Gallery
Installation shot of Keeping Time at TrépanierBaer Gallery, Calgary | Donald Ellis Gallery
Installation shot of Keeping Time at TrépanierBaer Gallery, Calgary | Donald Ellis Gallery
Installation shot of Keeping Time at TrépanierBaer Gallery, Calgary | Donald Ellis Gallery
Installation shot of Keeping Time at TrépanierBaer Gallery, Calgary | Donald Ellis Gallery
Installation shot of Keeping Time at TrépanierBaer Gallery, Calgary | Donald Ellis Gallery
Installation shot of Keeping Time at TrépanierBaer Gallery, Calgary | Donald Ellis Gallery
Installation shot of Keeping Time at TrépanierBaer Gallery, Calgary | Donald Ellis Gallery

Keeping Time: Ledger Drawings and the Pictographic Traditions of Native North Americans ca. 1820-1900

In collaboration with TrépanierBaer Gallery

June 15 – August 23, 2014

TrépanierBaer Gallery, Calgary, Canada


Organised jointly by TrépanierBaer and Donald Ellis Gallery, Keeping Time: Ledger Drawings and the Pictographic Traditions of Native North Americans ca. 1820-1900 brings together a variety of work produced on the Great Plains of North America during the late nineteenth century.

For more information download the press release from TrépanierBaer

Highlights of the Exhibition

LEDGER DRAWING P4022

LEDGER DRAWING

anonymous artist
Cheyenne
Central Plains
ca. 1870
Inventory # P4022
Robe P4074

Robe

Pawnee
Central Plains
ca. 1840
Inventory # P4074
LEDGER DRAWING P3922

LEDGER DRAWING

attributed to Noh Hu Nah Wih (Chief Killer, 1849-1922)
Cheyenne
Central Plains
ca. 1875-78
Inventory # P3922

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