Indian Boys Breaking a Pony

Harper's Weekly

Indian Boys Breaking a Pony, Prints by  Harper's Weekly
  • wood engraving
  • Indian Boys Breaking a Pony
Savvy Price $185.00
Gallery Price $275.00
Title
Indian Boys Breaking a Pony
Artist
Harper's Weekly
Medium
Hand-colored wood engraving
Sight size
8 1/2" height X 13" width
Frame
Gold beaded fillet, archival mat board, dark stained wood molding with gold sight edge (custom)
Frame size
15" height X 19 1/2" width
Signed
"W.M. Cary" is printed in image at viewer's lower right corner
Date of creation
1874
Condition
Excellent (art and frame)
Provenance
From the famed Albion Fenderson collection APF
About The Indian Boys Breaking a Pony

William M. Cary was the artist who drew this dramatic scene for Harper's Weekly.

About Harper's Weekly

"Published by Harper and Brothers from 1857 until 1916, Harper's Weekly featured foreign and domestic news, fiction, essays on many subjects, and humor accompanied by illustrations. It covered the American Civil War, including many illustrations of events from the war.

By 1860 its circulation approximated 200,000.  Renowned illustrators of the time contributed their work: Winslow Homer, Granville Perkins and Livingston Hopkins to name a few."  Wikipedia

Other Works By Harper's Weekly:
  • Indian War - Indians Attacking a Wagon Train, Prints by  Harper's Weekly
Cultures

USA

Medium

Prints

Subject

American Indians, Horses

Keywords

Harpers Weekly, wood engraving, Indian Boys Breaking a Pony