Rudolph Carl Gorman (American, Navajo; 1932 – 2005)
Taos Storytellers, 1993
Color lithograph on paper
Signed and dated to the lower left
Artist’s blind stamp to lower left and “Houston” blind stamp to lower right
Rudolph Carl Gorman was a Navajo artist called the “Picasso of American Indian art” by the New York Times; his preferred medium was painting, but he also created sculptures, and stone lithographs. His works primarily included female figures with fluid forms and bright colors. Notably, he was included and featured on the cover of catalog for “Masterworks of the American Indian” at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City; he was the only living artist shown.
- slight ripple to print paper; marks to acrylic glazing; edge wear to frame.
- measures frame; sheet size 32" W x 26" H.