This brief history of Navajo weavings will help collectors sort out the most common terms and give a head start in how to collect these fascinating examples of Native American art.
By Dr. Mark Sublette
Rural life-from the ground up
Western history and wildlife
Teepee Smoke: A New Look into the Life and Works of Joseph Henry Sharp
Part 5: The Indians of the Northern Plains compelled Joseph Henry Sharp to move to Crow Agency, Montana in 1905, but by 1908 Sharp was ready to settle in Taos and it was there Taos Society of Artists was founded.
The opening of Ray Swanson’s Retrospective Exhibition at the Phippen Museum includes 50 of Swanson’s paintings from his entire career as well as a replica of his studio that will become a permanent part of the museum.
Wildlife artists are drawn to the majestic spirit of the eagle.
By John O’Hern
John Geraghty draws attention to artists who are producing contemporary masterpieces.
By John Geraghty
The Curator of the National Wildlife Museum of Wildlife Art examines the work of Rungius during the middle period of his career, between 1910-1930, when he branched out to tackle diverse subjects, and continued to hone his skills as a wildlife painter.
By Adam Harris PhD