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Mrs. William Paisano: Ka-U-Tse, a Laguna Pueblo Indian

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Mrs. William Paisano: Ka-U-Tse, a Laguna Pueblo Indian

ca. 1928
20th century
762 x 506 mm (30 x 19.9 in.)

William Langdon Kihn, American, (1898–1957)

Object Type: drawing
Medium and Support: Crayon drawing in original frame on Bainbridge illustration board
Marks: Signed in crayon, upper right: "W. LANGDON KIHN”; inscribed in ink on verso, lower left: artist’s name and address as “Hadlyme Ferry / Hadlyme Conn.”; label on verso: “Minneapolis Museum of Art”; carved on frame, lower right: “Laurent”
Bibliography: The Edward Lyman Bill Collection of Indian Portraits and Landscapes of the Western United States by W. Langdon Kihn [catalog for exhibition June 20 – July 6, 1957] (Old Lyme, CT: Florence Griswold House, 1957), cat. no. 4.
Credit Line: Gift of the Bill family, 1959
Accession Number: 1959.46.4

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  • portraits - Representations of real individuals that are intended to capture a known or supposed likeness; for representations of fictional or mythological characters, use "figures (representations)." [March 1993 lead-in term added. April 1991 descriptor m

  • sheet Dimensions: 762 x 506 mm (30 x 19.9 in.)

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