1913 "Up the Cutbank" Photo by Ronald Reed 46/450

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1913  Up the Cutbank  Photo by Ronald Reed 46/450
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For your consideration is a limited edition Ronald Reed photograph known as "Up the Cutbank" numbered 46/450. Roland Reed (1864-1934) is a well known photographer from the late 1800's to the early 1900's whose travels took him to Montana, Alaska, Minnesota, Texas, and New Mexico. As an American artist and photographer, Reed was part of an early 20th century group of photographers of Native Americans known as pictorialists. Reed developed an early affinity for Native Americans through associations he had with neighboring Indians while growing up. He also fostered a thirst for adventure that would stay with him throughout his life. This piece shows a Blackfeet Indian encampment along the Cut Bank Creek, Piegan, Mont. This piece shows raised stamped text indicating "© 1913 Roland Reed / © Under U.C.C. 1978" This piece is professionally framed by measuring 23x27" with the visible art measuring 15 1/4" x 19 1/2."