Travels in the Interior of North America
A complete set includes
Travels in the Interior of North America – Custom colored
- 2 title pages
- 2 content pages with the titles of all tableaux and vignettes
- 48 giclées of aquatint tableaux
- 33 giclées of aquatint vignettes
- A map of the historic route
- 2 Solander Boxes embossed with gold lettering
- A certificate of authenticity
Facsimile from the original edition
Travels in the Interior of North America by Karl Bodmer (1809-1893) provides a valuable record of the life along the Missouri River in the 19th century.
These facsimile giclee prints are created directly from a well-preserved original edition, owned by the Teylers Museum, the oldest museum of the Netherlands.
These giclée prints are hand-colored in period color palettes by Jane Niebling.
Features and details
Publication: Travels in the Interior of North America (1832-1834)
Author: Maximilian, Prince of Wied (1782-1867)
Artist: Karl Bodmer (1809-1893)
Publication date: 1839-1841 in German and published in English translation in 1843-1844
Size of the tableaux: 22.8 x 17.5 inches (58 x 44.5 cm)
Size of the vignettes: 17.3 x 11.6 inches (44 x 29.5 cm)
Size of the map of the route: 35 x 22.8 inches (89 x 58 cm)
Source of the original: The giclée prints are made from a well-preserved original, owned by the Teylers Museum, the oldest museum of the Netherlands.
Casing: The complete set will be cased in two elegant handcrafted Solander Boxes covered in special linen embossed with golden lettering.
Durability: To ensure the durability, the giclées are printed on acid-free white etching paper (270 g/m2) with archival ink.
Quality: These prints were photographed using the latest technology, with a color-checker color matched to the original illustration and then reproduced at the original plate size. Printed in the highest possible resolution, these prints are indistinguishable from the originals when glazed and framed.
Limited Edition: The edition will be limited to 50 sets, numbered 1/50H to 50/50H, signed and stamped with a blind embossing.
Certificate of Authenticity: Included
Shipping and delivery: Read more about shipping and delivery in our FAQ
We have one complete set in stock, and the expected delivery time for this set is two weeks.
True to the originals, our set of Bodmer giclée prints are produced in black and white.
However, these giclée prints are hand-colored in period color palettes by Jane Niebling.
Part of the charm of hand coloring is that each print will be worked on individualy. While two prints may have the same overal appearance, the fine detail and brush work will, upon close inspection, be found to show small differences.
In effect, each hand-colored print will become a new original.
We know how special it is to own a piece from your favorite artist; a piece that will be a real talking point in your home.
That is why each edition is limited to just 50 prints. These are numbered from 1/50 to 50/50H and are signed and stamped with a blind embossing.
So when you choose prints from Heritage Prints, you know your artwork has been printed with great care and in limited numbers, making it a print only a select few will own.
When you invest in our prints or collections, you will receive a certificate of authenticity.
This provides a lasting record of your artwork and gives you valuable certification if you ever wish to sell or bestow your collection in the future.
When investing in a complete set, our Solander box is the perfect place to store your collection.
The box is covered with library buckram cloth and is fitted with a card holder to the spine with attaché fasteners.
This elegant, high-quality box is designed especially for keeping your prints safe and in perfect condition – yet you can still easily look at them whenever you wish.
If you are interested in owning a complete set,
please feel free to contact us.
The estimated delivery time is two weeks.
Bodmer – 000 Brochure Travels in the Interior of North America$ 0.00
Bodmer – 0verview Tableaux 1-48$ 0.00
Bodmer – 0verview Vignettes 1-33$ 0.00
Bodmer – Map of the Historic Route (color)$ 395.00
Bodmer tbl 01 Forest Scene on the Lehigh (color)$ 545.00
Bodmer tbl 02 New Harmony on the Wabash (color)$ 545.00
Bodmer tbl 03 Màssika, Saki Indian. Wakusàsse, Musquake Indian (color)$ 545.00
Bodmer tbl 04 The Steamer Yellow-stone on the 19th April 1833 (color)$ 545.00
Bodmer tbl 05 Mouth of the Fox-River (Indiana) (color)$ 450.00
Bodmer tbl 06 Snags (Sunken Trees) on the Missouri (color)$ 545.00
Bodmer tbl 07 Missouri Indian. Oto Indian. Chief of the Puncas (color)$ 545.00
Bodmer tbl 08 Wak-Tae-Geli, a Sioux Warrior (color)$ 545.00
Bodmer tbl 09 Dacota Woman and Assiniboin Girl (color)$ 545.00
Bodmer tbl 10 Fort Pierre on the Missouri (color)$ 545.00
Bodmer tbl 11 Funeral Scaffold of a Sioux Chief (color)$ 545.00
Bodmer tbl 12 Noápeh, an Assiniboin Indian. Psíhdjä-Sáhpa, a Yanktonan Indian (color)$ 545.00