This page represents only a small part of collection of original Antique prints of Native Americans. Please click on an image to see it in high-resolution, with details of the work itself. For enquiries and purchases, please do contact us.
Wa-Em-Boesh-Kaa, a Chippewa Chief.
Christopher Columbus’s first Interview with the Natives of America.
North American Indians: Composite portrait of an Osage warrior, Iroquois warrior and a Pawnee women.
Push-Ma-Ta-Ha: Chactaw Chief who fought with the Americans in the War of 1812.
Wild Horses at Play: Believing that neither Native Americans nor their culture could survive, Catlin set out to record their way of life before it vanished.
Chief Shingaba Wossin (Image Stone) of the Objibwa. Enlisted with the British in the War of 1812.
Herds of Bison and Elk: After Karl Bodmer, artist on Prince Alexander Maximillian of Prussia’s expedition, one of the earliest to the American West.
King Outina of the Timucua consulting his magician prior to battle. Based on the 1591 engraving after Jacques le Moyne de Morgues, artist on René de Laudonnière’s 1564 expedition.
War Dance: Dance of the Ojibwa Braves sketched at Fort Snelling, Minnesota.
Nabu-Naa-Kee-Shick (One Side of the Sky), a Chippewa Chief.
Buffalo Hunt: Chasing back. From one of the most important works on Native American culture.
Native Americans and their weapons of War: Chippewas and Naudowessie.
Ahyouwaighs (John Brant): Chief of the Six Nations and the first Indian to sit in Upper Canada’s parliament as a lawmaker.
Native Virginians: 14 vignettes of native dress and habits. With text in French.