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These two prints portray Native American women in naturalistic forms, reflective of stones, mountains, or elements of the natural landscape. * Artist: R.C. GormanMedium: Print on paperYear: 1986 Titles: WinonaSize: 20 x 26 inchesRosaSize: 24 x 30 1/2 inchesCondition: ExcellentBiography: * * Rudolph Carl Gorman (1931 - 2005) is a world renowned Navajo artist. He was inspired by the Mexican social realists, including Diego Rivera, and Rufino Tamayo, and developed his own unique style of abstract realism. His subjects are usually women, with free flowing forms, earthy natures, and rich colors. He is known for opening Navajo Gallery in Taos New Mexico in 1968, which was the first Native American-owned art gallery. The New York Times praised his work, and called him "the Picasso of the Southwest." *

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2 R.C. Gorman Prints Navajo Art -Winona, Rosa

Auction ended on Tue, Nov 22, 2011
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