Elbridge Ayer (E. A.) Burbank
Elbridge Ayer (E. A.) Burbank (August 10, 1858 – April 21, 1949) was an American artist who sketched and painted more than 1200 portraits of Native Americans from 125 tribes. He studied art in Chicago and in his 30s traveled to Munich, Germany for additional studies with notable German artists. He is believed to be the only person to paint the war chief Geronimo from life.
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- Site of Golden Gate-International Exposition: “A pageant of the Pacific”
A masterfully-composed 1939 color panorama of San Francisco and its newly built bridges.Place/Date: San Francisco / 1939$2,700 Add to cart