From:Nathan Lyons Research Center, Visual Studies Workshop
About this objectDepicted in this blue toned gelatin silver print is a nude woman standing before a moonlit ocean.
Edward Curtis was a photographer and ethnologist who focused his life’s work on the North American “wild west” and Native Americans. His works of over 40,000 pictures of Native Americans and their culture is one of the most significant records of Native American culture ever produced.
Place MadeLos Angeles, California
MakerCurtis, Edward S.
Date Madeca. 1900
Inscription and Marksrecto: [inscribed] Curtis L.A. ©verso: [stamped] © Sunset Trail Curtis Studios, Los Angelesverso: [pencil] 84:001:2
MeasurementsImage: 34 cm x 25.5 cm
Subject and Association Keywords1900’s
Subject and Association KeywordsCalifornia
Subject and Association KeywordsLos Angeles
Subject and Association KeywordsEdward Curtis
Subject and Association Keywordsgelatin silver
Subject and Association KeywordsOcean
Subject and Association KeywordsFemale Nude
Subject and Association Keywordsblue-toned gelatin silver
Object TypeGelatin Silver