Featured in this lot is this photogravure called "Pipe Bags," circa 1908 by artist Edward S. Curtis born in 1868 and died in 1952. The artwork features a wonderfully and professionally crafted hand painted photogravure construction printed on a thin Japanese tissue and features three pipe bags that are highly beaded and shows a variety of lengths of fringe, this is an original photogravure that is hand painted and is titled in the bottom left hand corner 'Pipe-Bags*' and reads at the bottom of the artwork as follows: From Copyright Photograph 1908 by E. S. Curtis. Edward Sheriff Curtis was born in February, 1868 in White Water, Wisconsin. The Curtis family moved soon thereafter to Minnesota, and he grew up near the Chippewa, Menomini, and Winnebago Indian tribes. Curtis' interest in photography started in his teens when he built his own crude cameras and taught himself photography from self-help guides. Edward Sherriff Curtis was an American photographer and ethnologist whose work focused on the American West and on Native American people. The condition of this hand colored photogravure is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. The measurements of this bordered 16 5/8" x 13 1/2" and the visible art measures 8" x 5 3/4". Provenance: From the renowned Sundog Fine Art Bozeman, Montana collection and collected by Bruce VanLandingham. Bruce VanLandingham was a pillar in the American Indian collecting community and a respected expert. Along with being an avid collector, Bruce also was the sole owner of Sundog Fine Art Gallery in Bozeman, which was both part museum and gallery.