Harrison Crandall – John Big Man-Crow
Hand painted photograph portrait of a Crow man. In a cotton shirt, with otter hair-ties, a beaded vest, and a loop necklace. Striking, and one of a series of Native American portraits Crandall completed. This is done with the low-contrast development procedure, which is then hand painted in oil paints. Original frame. Titled on the back in Crandall's hand. 18" Wide x 22" high.
Artist: Harrison R. Crandall (1887-1970), Photographers
Medium: Silver Gelatin/Oil Paint
Size: 22" High x 18" Wide
Framed: Original Frame
Location/Origin: Crow, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Northern Plains, Wyoming
Our Product ID: CRAND1013
Provenance: From the estate of Harrison R. Crandall, through his daughter.