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“Stone Talker”, an extraordinary portrait of the
Hopi jewelry artist, Charles Loloma by Paul Pletka, oil and/or acrylic on canvas, 53 1/2” by 48”,1975
Ex: Charles Loloma Personal Collection, Hotevilla, Arizona
An extraordinary matched pair of original oil on artist’s board portraits of an unknown Acoma Pueblo Indian man
and woman by Santa Fe artist, Carlos Vierra, c.1915-25
Two exceptionally fine vintage original oil paintings of rock formations in Zion National
Park Utah, c.1920’s-1930’s by G. Zeller
Victor Higgins “Untitled”, Figure Study of a
Pueblo Indian Woman, Oil on canvas laid down
on board, 11” by 8”, circa 1930’s-40’s
An original oil painting of two Taos Pueblo
women by Dorothy Eugenie Brett,1945
A portrait of Zuni Pueblo War Chief, “Rain-Bow”
by Kathryn W. Leighton, circa 1930’s-40’s
Brooks Willis (1903-1981) “Lava Rock”, Oil on Canvas, 17” by 21 1/4”, circa 1930’s
A Taos Pueblo painting of a group of
Taos Indians at Taos Pueblo by Albert Lujan, (Weasel Arrow) circa 1920’s
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A marvelous, historic painting by Gerard Curtis Delano entitled “Canyon Patriarch”, oil on board, 12” x 9”, N.D.
Josef Bakos "Untitled, Floral Still-Life",
n.d., circa 1930's-40's
“Untitled, Sangre de Cristo Mountains”
by Willard Clark, circa 1940’s-50’s
Brooks Willis “First Frost near Santa Fe”,
oil on canvas, 34” by 48”, 1971
An original oil on canvas painting entitled
“Kills Two” by Randy Lee White, 1980