Themes Worthy of the Lifetime of One Man: George Catlin’s Views of Native American LifeSeptember 26, 2003 - November 30, 2003
Themes Worthy of the Lifetime of One Man is an exhibition of works by American artist George Catlin, whose images of Native American Indians fascinate our modern eyes as much as they astounded their audiences in 19th -century America and Europe. We are grateful to the Statewide Exhibition Program of the Office of Statewide Partnerships, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, which circulates this exhibition across Virginia with generous funding from the Paul Mellon Endowment.
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