Edwin Willard Deming

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Edwin Deming

Edwin Willard Deming (1860–1942) was an artist in the US who depicted scenes of indigenous tribe members. He was a painter, illustrator, and sculptor.[1][2] One of his murals was adapted for use on U.S. postage.[3]

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Deming traveled with fellow artist DeCost Smith in 1890.[4]



  1. ^ "Edwin Willard Deming". Smithsonian American Art Museum.
  2. ^ "Indians (Indian Attack) by Edwin W. Deming – Sid Richardson Art Museum – Fort Worth". sidrichardsonmuseum.org.
  3. ^ Lindemann, Shimon And (November 27, 2013). "The Wisconsin Project: Found: Landing of Nicolet, Green Bay, WI".
  4. ^ "reuel-smith-house – Smiths". reuel-smith-house.

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