John Nieto Serigraph "Indelible Cultural Imprint," 1996
John Nieto (New Mexico, 1936 – 2018)
Indelible Cultural Imprint, or O Say Can You See, 1996
Tipped-in serigraph over digital print on paper
Signed in plate to the center right
Pulled from Nieto: Les Livres Des Peintres, edition of 395
Published by Marco Fine Arts Studio
Includes certificate of authenticity from Marco Fine Arts
John Nieto is known for his Fauvist influenced use of strong lines and bold colors to depict animals and Native American figures. Nieto’s work does not render a specific people or region but encompasses a universal spirit and aesthetic of his Native American culture. He has exhibited all over the world and is housed in the permanent collections of the Booth Museum, Cartersville, GA; National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson Hole, WY; The Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin, Austin TX; New Mexico Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NM; Marine Corp Museum, Washington, D.C.; and The Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ.
- light creasing at the edges of the paper.
- measurements of sheet.