100 Works for 100 Years
The Harwood Museum of Art in Taos houses among the finest collections of New Mexican and Southwest art. In celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the museum, this publication highlights one hundred works drawn from more than 6,500 objects collected since its establishment. The book encompasses the museum’s rich history and highlights works ranging from twentieth and twenty-first century paintings, photography, Spanish colonial style religious art, and paintings and works on paper by renowned Native artists. This publication features one hundred works representing the museum’s diverse collections. Among the luminary artists selected are Gustave Baumann, Agnes Martin, Judy Chicago, Beatrice Mandelbaum and Fritz Scholder, as well as Taos Society of Artist members Ernest Blumenschein, Bert Geer Phillips, and Oscar Berninghaus. Taos Moderns artists include Andrew Dasburg, Patricinio Barela, and Marsden Hartley. Hispanic religious artists include Jose Rafael Aragon and Victor Goler; as well as contemporary artists including Nicholas Herrera. Steller Native artists featured in the book are Tony Abeyta, Harrison Begay, Jaune Quick-to-See and Mateo Romero. The Harwood’s photography collections include images by iconic early photographers William Henry Jackson and Ansel Adams, in addition to more recent photography by living photographers Miguel Gandert, Gus Foster and Cara Romero.
Trim: 10" x 11"
Illustrations: 100 color images
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