James Arthur Miniature Framed Print of Indian Maiden in Canoe - image 1 of 10

This is a small vintage print of an Indian Maiden in a canoe. At the lower left is the title "Placid Waters." At the lower right is: "© By the G.B. Co. Joliet, Ill." The initials stood for the Gerlach Barklow company in Joliet Illinois, a large calendar print company. The print is shown on page 49 of Norman Platnick's guide to the works of the artist and photographer, James Arthur (1855-1912).

She is in a deep wood frame with glass, a cardboard backing, and a wire for hanging.

Size: The frame measures approximately 6 inches tall and 4 1/4 inches wide. The inside measurements, taken from the back, are 3 1/8" by 2 3/8." It is 2" deep.

Condition: I note some scratches to the frame's finish, but no damage to the print.


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ITEM ID
PP-5001
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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James Arthur Miniature Framed Print of Indian Maiden in Canoe

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