Native American Painters and Painting (23)
Lot 1227
Native American Painters and Painting (23)
US$ 800 - 1,200
£510 - 770

Lot Details
Native American Painters and Painting (23)
AMERICAN INDIAN ART, 1920-1972. Cambridge, Peabody Museum, 1973; Dunn, D. AMERICAN INDIAN PAINTING OF THE SOUTHWEST AND PLAINS AREAS. Albuquerque, 1968; Dawdy, D. ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AMERICAN INDIAN PAINTING. MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN, Contributions, Vol. XXI, Part 2, 1968; Lester, P. THE BIOGRAPHICAL DIRECTORY OF NATIVE AMERICAN PAINTERS. Norman, 1995; Taylor, J., W. Peterson, R. Turk, R. Maass. FRITZ SCHOLDER. New York & Barcelona, 1982; Adams, C. FRITZ SCHOLDER: Lithographs. Boston, 1975; Wilmerding, J., J. Strick, R. Newlin. FRITZ SCHOLDER. Paintings and Monotypes. Altadena, 1988; Hassrick, R. THE GEORGE CATLIN BOOK OF AMERICAN INDIANS. New York, 1977, 1981; Viola, H. THE INDIAN LEGACY OF CHARLES BIRD KING. Washington, D.C., 1976; Brody, J. INDIAN PAINTERS AND WHITE PATRONS. Albuquerque, 1971; Bernstein, B., W. Rushing. MODERN BY TRADITION. American Indian Painting in the Studio Style. Santa Fe, 1995; Truettner, W. THE NATURAL MAN OBSERVED. A Study of Catlin's Indian Gallery. Washington, D.C., 1979; Szabo, J. PAINTERS, PATRONS, AND IDENTITY. Essays in Native American Art to Honor J.J. Brody. Albuquerque, 2001; Eaton, D., S. Urbanek. PAUL KANE'S GREAT NOR-WEST. Vancouver, 1995; PORTFOLIO II. Eleven American Indian Arts. San Francisco, 1988; PORTFOLIO. American Indian Contemporary Arts. San Francisco, 1986; Brody, J. PUEBLO INDIAN PAINTING. Tradition and Modernism in New Mexico, 1900-1930. Santa Fe, 1997; R.C. GORMAN EXHIBITION. Santa Fe, Wheelright Museum, 1975.; Green, M.B., E. Jacobson (foreword). R.C. GORMAN: THE DRAWINGS. Flagsttaff, 1981; Breeskin, H., R. Turk. SCHOLDER/INDIANS. Flagstaff, 1972; Boehme, S., C. Feest, P. Johnston. SETH EASTMAN. A Portfolio of North American Indians. Afton, 1995; Tanner, C. SOUTHWEST INDIAN PAINTING: A Changing Art. Tucson, 1957, 1973 (2nd ed.); Wyckoff, L. (ed.). VISIONS AND VOICES. Native American Painting from the Philbrook Museum of Art.
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