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Джон Микс Стэнли. Пляска скальпов у оседжей. 1845

Джон Микс Стэнли. Пляска скальпов у оседжей. 1845

Джон Микс Стэнли. Чёрный Нож, воин апачей. 1846

Джон Микс Стэнли. Чёрный Нож, воин апачей. 1846

Джон Микс Стэнли. Охота черноногих индейцев на бизонов, Three Buttes, Монтана. 1853-1855. American Indian Select List № 87

Джон Микс Стэнли. Охота черноногих индейцев на бизонов, Three Buttes, Монтана. 1853-1855. American Indian Select List № 87

Джон Микс Стэнли. Последние из своей расы. 1857

Джон Микс Стэнли. Последние из своей расы. 1857

Джон Микс Стэнли. On the Trail. 1871

Джон Микс Стэнли. On the Trail. 1871

Джон Микс Стэнли. Охота на бизона на Юго-западных Равнинах. Smithsonian American Art Museum

Джон Микс Стэнли. Охота на бизона на Юго-западных Равнинах. Smithsonian American Art Museum

Джон Микс Стэнли. Река среди гор

Джон Микс Стэнли. Река среди гор

John Mix Stanley (1814-1872), was an American painter of landscapes, portraits and Native American life. He was born in Canandaigua, New York and orphaned at the age of 12. At age 14, Stanley became an apprentice to a coach maker. Looking for better work, he moved to west in 1832 and became a painter of signs and portraits. In spring 1843 Stanley accompanied the party of Indian agent Pierce M. Butler to the Tehuacana Creek Council. At the outbreak of the Mexican War in 1845, John Mix Stanley joined Colonel Stephen Watts Kearney's expedition to California and produced many sketches and paintings of the campaign. He traveled to Hawaii in 1848 and spent a year painting portraits of members of the royal family. He traveled across the Isthmus of Panama in 1853. He also painted Comanche warriors in their natural environment. He moved to Detroit in 1864 and remained there for the rest of his life. Stanley helped to found a forerunner of the Detroit Institute of Arts and to incorporate the National Gallery and School of Arts. Stanley's primary interests and sympathies were with the Indians. The Smithsonian exhibited his pictures, but Congress never appropriated monies for them. More than 200 of his works were destroyed in the Smithsonian fire of 1865.

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