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George Catlin

1796 - 1872
Painter
Origin: United States
Born: July 26, 1796, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
Died: December 23, 1872, Jersey City, New Jersey

After a brief stint as a lawyer, George Catlin devoted himself entirely to easel painting upon his move to Philadelphia in 1823. There he studied under Rembrandt Peale (1778-1860) and Thomas Sully (1783-1872), both highly acclaimed portraitists.

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A Stag and a Doe
c. 1850, Oil on Canvas
George Catlin
United States, 1796 - 1872
Antelope Shooting
1844, Hand-Colored Lithograph
George Catlin
United States, 1796 - 1872
Buffalo Hunt Under White Wolf Skin
n.d., Hand-Colored Lithograph
George Catlin
United States, 1796 - 1872
Buffalo Hunt, Chase No. 6
1848, Hand-tinted Lithograph
George Catlin
United States, 1796 - 1872
Buffalo-Bull Grazing
n.d., Colored Aquatint
George Catlin
United States, 1796 - 1872
Mule Deer (aka A Group of Deer)
c. 1855, Oil on Canvas
George Catlin
United States, 1796 - 1872