R.C. Gorman 1931-2005
R.C. Gorman was a Navajo Indian artist who helped bring Native American culture into the mainstream of American art. His colorful depictions of Navajo women are usually combined with a somewhat surreal and tranquil desert landscape that is very soothing and inviting. This artist has had two books on his artwork published and has a long and interesting history.
He has had close to 100 solo exhibition of his work in galleries and museums around the United States and the world. If you enjoy the Southwestern U.S., Gorman’s work is a must see. We have one of the largest selections of his limited edition lithograph prints to be found anywhere, so contact us if you would like more information.
All artwork below is available for sale.
Here is a list of the lithographs we have in stock:
- Anasazi Jar
- Chuska Woman
- Corn Woman
- First Choice
- Grand Canyon
- Harvest Jar
- Maria Paloma
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