ALLAN HOUSER

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Smithsonian, Apr 17, 1992 - Art - 263 pages
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Originally published in 1987, this book interweaves Houser's life as an artist -- he is recognized today as the dean of Native American sculpture -- with his personal background, discussing his works in terms of their origins, aesthetic characteristics, and relation to the history of sculpture.

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Alan Houser is one of those unfortunate artists who created a genre all by himself that was then very quickly picked up and copied by many, many, many other artists to the result that his own, very original work now looks like a cliche. Read full review

Contents

PROLOGUE
9
THEORIGINS
57
OKLAHOMA YOUTH
91
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