Navajo lithograph by R.C. Gorman, signed in pencil in the lower left and numbered 210/224 in the lower right. Born in Canyon de Chelly, Arizona and raised in a hogan on the Navajo Reservation, R.C. Gorman became one of the Southwest's best known late 20th-century artists. His signature works were Navajo women in a variety of poses. Many persons have been fascinated by the fact that he, an Indian artist, became famous in the white man's world with some calling him the "Picasso of Indian artists".
Overall size: 39 1/4 x 46 3/4 in.
Sight size: 29 x 36 in.
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