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CHEROKEE CHIEF, c1843. David Vann, a Cherokee chief. Lithograph, American, c1843

CHEROKEE CHIEF, c1843. David Vann, a Cherokee chief. Lithograph, American, c1843


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CHEROKEE CHIEF, c1843. David Vann, a Cherokee chief. Lithograph, American, c1843

CHEROKEE CHIEF, c1843.
David Vann, a Cherokee chief. Lithograph, American, c1843, after a painting, 1825, by Charles Bird King

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1825 1843 Bird Cherokee Chief David Native American Vann


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This lithograph print showcases the dignified presence of David Vann, a prominent Cherokee chief from the mid-19th century. Created in 1843 by an American artist, this artwork is based on a painting executed in 1825 by Charles Bird King. The portrait captures Vann's strong and noble features, reflecting his leadership within the Cherokee community. Vann was not only recognized for his role as a chief but also for his efforts to navigate the complex relationship between Native Americans and early settlers in America. As an influential figure during a time of great change and upheaval, he played a crucial role in advocating for the rights and preservation of Cherokee culture. The lithograph technique used to reproduce this image adds depth and texture to Vann's likeness, enhancing its visual impact. The attention to detail brings forth every line on his face, conveying both wisdom and resilience. This print serves as more than just an artistic representation; it stands as a testament to the rich history of Native American tribes like the Cherokee Nation. It reminds us of their strength amidst adversity and their significant contributions to shaping our nation's past. As we gaze upon this remarkable piece, we are transported back in time - witnessing firsthand the power and grace embodied by Chief David Vann.

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