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This almost photo-realist like print shows a long, thin braid of hair tied at either end. At the bottom of the print is the single word in all capital letters, "BRAID".
Jim Dine
Braid
1973
Museum Purchase
1974/1.249
A portrait of an aging man. He wears a tusk septum piercing and two long braids, with a garment draped over his soulders. A circular embroidered design is visible near the bottom of the frame.
Edward S. Curtis (American (North American))
Spídĭs—Wishham
1910 – 1911
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Kenyon
1987/1.210
A single-sitter portrait, with the subject wearing two braids and a decorated shirt. The subject wears large circular earrings and multiple strands of beadwork, which contrast against the dark shirt and backdrop.
Edward S. Curtis (American (North American))
Shirt—Kalispel
1910 – 1911
Gift of Stephen M. Taylor
1997/1.154
A photograph of a young child with long braids sitting on a large rock. Photographed from a distance, the rock appears small in the plateau landscape.
Edward S. Curtis (American (North American))
The Rock Slide—Wishham
1909 – 1911
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Kenyon
1987/1.199
A portrait of a woman with long braids, large earrings, and beaded jewelry. She wears a shirt with geometric lines embroidered into the fabric, and an ornate belt.
Edward S. Curtis (American (North American))
Cayuse Woman
1910 – 1911
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Kenyon
1987/1.207
A photograph of a woman with braided hair sitting, framed by a landscape of large desert rocks. In her lap she holds a vessel, a stream of water at her feet.
Edward S. Curtis (American (North American))
At the Spring—Wishham
1909 – 1911
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Kenyon
1987/1.203
A woman kneeling in a rocky landscape. She is near a stream with a vessel for water in her hands. She wears her hair in long braids and a cloth on her forehead.
Edward S. Curtis (American (North American))
Water Baskets—Wishham
1909 – 1911
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Kenyon
1987/1.206
A portrait of an aging woman. She looks directly into the lens, wearing braids, strands of beaded necklaces, and a garment with geometric lines.
Edward S. Curtis (American (North American))
Daughter of Tamáḣŭs—Cayuse
1910 – 1911
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Kenyon
1987/1.204
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