(1864 - 1940)
Charles Hallowell Stephens was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Charles Stephens is known for illustrator-Indians, genre-interiors.
Biography Charles Stephens
Charles Stephens (1864-1940)
He was a teacher, photographer, illustrator, and one of America's foremost authorities on Indians. His father was Henry Lewis Stephens (1824-1882), an artist and photographer in the early American West. Charles H. Stephens was a cousin of Frank Stephens of Arden, the first arts and crafts colony experiment attempted by William Lightfoot Price.
His work with the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana is probably his greatest achievement. From 1893 through 1930, Charles H. Stephens collected more than 100 Blackfeet artifacts and related material. In 1891, he spent three months living with the Blackfeet tribe. He photographed and painted their daily l
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