Qahatika Girl

Print type: Pigmented Ink


One of Curtis’s most stunning and remarkable portraits. A master of portraiture, Curtis’s work still inspires and influences National Geographic photographers to this day. The Qahatika lived in one of the harshest regions of the Arizona desert. Curtis was amazed they were able to make a life for themselves there in one of the most barren places on the continent. Nevertheless, in spite of and because of these challenging conditions, the Qahatika had a powerful relationship with their homeland.


Additional information

Print Type

Pigmented Ink



Subject Matter


Tribal Nation


Framing Options

Included with the purchase of a Goldtone or Platinum Tone print.

  • Batwing Simple Corner

  • Mortise & Tenon

  • Century Curtis

Call us to discuss custom framing options and pricing, 720-331-7215


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