Sunday, July 27, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
99 CENTS
Fritz Scholder, Luiseño (1937-2005), Indian, Dog and Friend, ca. 1975, lithograph, 17 inches by 23 inches. (Ruth C. and Charles de Young Elkus Collection, California Academy of Sciences)
Oscar Howe/Mazuha Hokshina (Trader Boy), Yankton Dakota (1915-83), Bear Dancer, 1962. Casein on watercolor paper, 16 inches by 19 inches. (C.N. Gorman Museum Collection, gift of John N. Pratt and Family)
Waldo Mootzka, Hopi (1903-1940), Niman Dancers, ca. 1935-1939, opaque watercolor on paper, 13 inches by 24 inches). (Ruth C. and Charles de Young Elkus Collection, California Academy of Sciences)
Allan C. Houser/Haozous (Pulling Roots), Fort Sill Apache , 1915-94), Searching for the Enemy, 1960, tempera on paper, 30 inches by 39 inches. (Ruth C. and Charles de Young Elkus Collection, California Academy of Sciences)
Keats Begay, Diné (1922-87), Navajo Sandpainting, 1936, opaque watercolor on paper, 16 inches by 22 inches. (Ruth C. and Charles de Young Elkus Collection, California Academy of Sciences)
Quincy Tahoma (Water Edge), Diné (1920-56), Fire Dance, 1941, opaque watercolor on paper, 22 inches by 16 inches. (Ruth C. and Charles de Young Elkus Collection, California Academy of Sciences)
Pablita Velarde/Tse Tsan (Golden Dawn), Santa Clara Pueblo, 1918-2006, Red Birds, 1958, opaque watercolor on mat board, 15 inches by 19 inches. (Ruth C. and Charles de Young Elkus Collection, California Academy of Sciences)
Andrew Tsinajinnie/Bahe Yazzie (Little Grey), Diné (1916-2000), Herding Sheep, ca. 1960, casein on board, 16 inches by 20 inches. (Collection of Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie and Veronica Passalacqua)