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Early Work of Navajo Artist R.C. Gorman at National Museum of American Indian

By Sandra hale Schulman
News From Indian Country

As an owner of a few of works and great admirer, it’s wonderful to see The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian will open “R.C. Gorman: Early Prints and Drawings, 1966-1974,” an exhibition of 28 drawings and lithographs by internationally renowned Navajo artist R.C. Gorman in Jan. 2011. The exhibition will represent his early work with the female form and the Indian “madonnas” that later brought him global acclaim. The exhibition will remain on view through May 1, 2011.

“Gorman’s earlier work is revisited in this exhibition and reveals his facile hand and sensitive approach to the human form as well as his lesser-known explorations of Navajo textile designs,” said associate curator Kathleen Ash-Milby (Navajo), who organized the original exhibition at the museum’s George Gustav Heye Center in 2006.

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