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NATIVE AMERICAN (Santa fe)

Guaranteed Native Americanoriginal Design & CraftsmanshipMae Stone Navajo Census #27285beautiful work of artworshiping authentic skinswithout any defectonly cash $125577-3325

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Collectors' Dream Estate Sale

Whether you collect Native American weavings, pottery, silver, gold, paintings, santos, antique bottles, housewares or books, THIS is your sale!Madera Antiques & Estate Sales invites you to the Pearson Family Estate SaleSat. 11/4 & Sun. 11/52027 Calle Perdiz, Santa Fe (at the corner of 5th Street, across from the Social Security Admin Building where there is ample parking!)9 - 3Houseful of

$200.00   8 months ago
Louie Ewing Woodblock Print Early Snow - $200 (santa fe)

Louie Ewing Woodblock Print Early Snow Signed Age unknown Louie Ewing was born in Pocatello, Idaho. In 1933 he moved to California and studied art in a junior college. He followed his art professor, Stanley Breneiser, to Santa Fe in 1935. There they both taught at the newly organized Eidolon Art School, which unfortunately closed after one year. Ewing married Marrie Breneiser, his teacher's daught

$200.00   11 months ago
Louie Ewing Woodblock Print Early Snow - $200 (santa fe)

Louie Ewing Woodblock Print Early Snow Signed Age unknown Louie Ewing was born in Pocatello, Idaho. In 1933 he moved to California and studied art in a junior college. He followed his art professor, Stanley Breneiser, to Santa Fe in 1935. There they both taught at the newly organized Eidolon Art School, which unfortunately closed after one year. Ewing married Marrie Breneiser, his teacher's daught

$200.00   1 year ago
Louie Ewing Woodblock Print Early Snow - $200 (santa fe)

Louie Ewing Woodblock Print Early Snow Signed Age unknown Louie Ewing was born in Pocatello, Idaho. In 1933 he moved to California and studied art in a junior college. He followed his art professor, Stanley Breneiser, to Santa Fe in 1935. There they both taught at the newly organized Eidolon Art School, which unfortunately closed after one year. Ewing married Marrie Breneiser, his teacher's daught

$525.00   1 year ago
Maud Oakes Where The Two Came Their Father (3) - $525

Three beautifully framed Maud Oakes excerpts from "Where The Two Came To Their Father: Navajo War Ceremonial".Maud Oakes (1903--1990) was an artist, ethnologist and writer who spent her life studying and recording the indigenous cultures of Native American tribes, including the Navajo of the American Southwest and the Mam of Guatemala.She is best known for her books recording these these tribes' c

$2,750.00   1 year ago
Gerald Cassidy Watercolor Landscape - $2750 (santa fe)

Gerald Cassidy Watercolor Landscape Frame size is 16x19"Painting size is 8x12" Some light sun fade/see photos There is a light drawing on the back Inscribed on back Armagosa range-To dear Laughlin and his sweat bride with love from (word I can not read) Ina Cassidy-Ina is Gerald's wife Found on the net Gerald Cassidy was a fiercely driven artist of the American West whose body of work is an earnes


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