Artist Colorized Century-Old Images to Bring Native American Culture Back to Brilliant Life
Incredible portraits of Native Americans from up to 120 years ago have been brought to life in a series of colorized pictures. The stunning series of images include Iron White Man from the Sioux tribe — who traveled with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show wearing the police uniform he would have performed in — and a Native American on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Western Montana clutching a rifle. Contrasting spectacular pictures show Plain Owl of the Crow tribe wearing a traditional dress and holding a tomahawk in his lap.
The amazing pictures were colorized by bank technician Frederic Duriez, a 51-year-old from Angres, Pas de Calais, France. Frederic Duriez has been practicing colorization for two years, according to WENN.com. See all of Duriez’s vibrant images below.
Thunder Cloud, Blackfeet tribe.
Yellow Feather, Maricopa tribe.
A Blackfeet Native American.
Ke-Wa-Ko (Good Fox), Pawnee, 1902.
Porrum and Pedro, Ute men, 1899.
Peter Tall Mandan, Grandson of Long Mandan. Sioux. 1905.
Po-Pa-Trecash (Plain Owl), Crow, 1910.
Wiwi-Yokpa or Mary Elmanico, Passamaquoddy, 1913.
Rose Bompard Bird, Crow, early 1900s.
Sitting Eagle, Crow, early 1900s.
Iron White Man, Sioux, 1900.
Salish, Flathead Indian Reservation, Western Montana, photo from 1905-1907.
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