based on the photograph of Geronimo
by Ben Wittick c.1887
George Benjamin Wittick (1845-1903) left his wife and six children in Moline, Illinois, to become a photographer to document the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad’s 1878 expansion into New Mexico. Although he photographed many of the pueblo tribes along the Rio Grande, he had a special fascination with the Hopi and became the first outsider to gain permission to record their ceremonies. His photographs depicting the grandeur of the land and the lifeways of the people, along with his notes and drawings, are a treasure trove for researchers.
"Geronimouse" - Original Sold
Water Color, 4" x 6"
Based on on the photograph of Geronimo by Ben Wittick c.1887

"Geronimouse" signed, limited edition print (100)
Printed using archival ink and paper.
4" x 6" print in 5" x 7" mat. $20.00
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