Checkpoint Visual Literacy - Copy

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We can conclude that Wolf’s version is more of an “honest” depiction because there was no reason for diversion from the truth. When Wolf was making his art work, he was already at the point of no return being somewhat of a prisoner. When Taylor was constructing his version it was drawn diplomatically. For the Western society to accept the work and the story told behind the piece it had to look and feel that the “white man” treated the “savages” with respect and that their feelings mattered. In Wolf’s version it was more of the fact that different tribes came together as one and worked together to
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Unformatted text preview: achieve the common goal. The woman were most likely left out do to the fact that in 1867 women had no rights and were to be servant to the men. The movement for equality between men and women had not happened yet, however in the Native American world that did not hold the same truths. Women were to serve their mate, but they did hold some power in the structure of leadership of a tribe. There were medicine women, healers, etc So this is why in Wolfs depiction they were more prevalent....
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2011 for the course AED 201 - 204 taught by Professor Ever during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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