Native American painters of the twentieth century: the works of 61 artists
From naturalism to abstract, realism to surrealism, traditional to popular, the 60 Native American artists in this reference work come from a variety of esthetic backgrounds. These contemporary painters reflect the wide range of art produced by Native Americans; many have drawn on their tribal culture for inspiration and subject matter, but others have chosen a more individual style. Among the artists included are Blackbear Bosin, Connie Seabourn, Joe Baker, Louise Harrison, Yeffe Kimball, Princess Wa Wa Chaw, Willie Preacher, Troy Jumping Eagle, Annie Nash, Kevin Red Star, James Campbell, Neil Parsons, Kim Snyder, Thurman Horse, Barbara Gerard Mitchell, and 46 others.
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