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Danse du Scalp Des Indiens Meunitarris

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This engraving by Swedish artist Karl Bodmer shows a ceremonial dance of a large gorup of Hidatsa Indians, c. 1840. Text on the print reads, 'Scalptanz der Mnnitarris. Danse du Scalp Des Indiens Meunitarris.' Translated as, 'Scalp Dance of the Moennitarris.' Bodmer traveled in the American West from 1832 to 1834 with German explorer Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied on his Missouri River expedition.

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Danse du Scalp Des Indiens Meunitarris Product Details
Paper: Museum quality, using archival ink. Learn more
Canvas: Acid-free. Canvas is not mounted. Learn more
Borders and final image size for this print:
Prints have borders. Paper and image dimensions don't always match; final printed image size is below. Learn more
• 8.5" x 11" paper with .5" border = 7.44" x 10" image
• 11" x 17" paper with .5" border = 11.9" x 16" image
• 13" x 19" paper with .5" border = 13.39" x 18" image
• 17" x 22" paper with 1" border = 14.88" x 20" image
• 24" x 30" paper with 1.5" border = 20.09" x 27" image
• 36" x 50" paper with 2" border = 34.22" x 46" image
• 44" x 61" paper with 2" border = 42.41" x 57" image
Metal Signs: No borders. Size reflects sheet size. Actual final sign size varies depending on image dimensions. Learn more
Frames: Custom made. Acid-free mats, UV-shielding plexiglass, archival back. 3-5 weeks for delivery. Frame sales final. Learn more
T-Shirts: Custom made 100% cotton. Shoulder-to-shoulder taping, double stitched sleeves and hem. T-shirt sales final. Learn more
Size: Inches
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