Works by American Indian Artists: From the Collection

Discover works by American Indian artists in the Gallery's permanent collection.
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an image of a native american man with feathers on his head and arms, holding a ball
Pueblo Dancer
Awa Tsireh, "Pueblo Dancer," c. 1917-1920, gouache and graphite on wove paper #nativeamericanheritagemonth
an image of people sitting on the ground with food in front of them and one woman standing next to her
Navajo Women Grinding Corn
Andrew Tsinajinnie, "Navajo Women Grinding Corn," c. 1935, gouache over graphite on wove paper #nativeamericanheritagemonth
Andrew Tsinajinnie, "Navajo Woman Spinning Wool," c. 1935, gouache on wove paper #nativeamericanheritagemonth India, Spinning, Native American Women
Navajo Woman Spinning Wool
Andrew Tsinajinnie, "Navajo Woman Spinning Wool," c. 1935, gouache on wove paper #nativeamericanheritagemonth
a group of people dressed in native american clothing and holding bouquets, all standing side by side
Pueblo Parrot Dance
Tonita Peña, "Hopi Corn Dance," c. 1935, gouache over graphite on wove paper #nativeamericanheritagemonth
Fred Kabotie, "Tasanaiyo (Walpi), A Chief Kachina from First Mesa," c. 1920, gouache over graphite on wove paper #nativeamericanheritagemonth Hopi
Tasanaiyo (Walpi), A Chief Kachina from First Mesa
Fred Kabotie, "Tasanaiyo (Walpi), A Chief Kachina from First Mesa," c. 1920, gouache over graphite on wove paper #nativeamericanheritagemonth
three women in traditional dress with pots on their heads and one holding a jug, the other wearing a scarf
Hopi Women Carrying Water Vessels
Fred Kabotie, "Hopi Women Carrying Water Vessels," c. 1920, gouache with brush and black ink over graphite on wove paper #nativeamericanheritagemonth
Fred Kabotie, "Male Hopi," c. 1920, gouache over graphite on wove paper #nativeamericanheritagemonth American Indians, Objects
Male Hopi
Fred Kabotie, "Male Hopi," c. 1920, gouache over graphite on wove paper #nativeamericanheritagemonth
a drawing of a house in the mountains
Mt Taum Sauk 1772 ft Highest Point in State near Lesterville Missouri in Ozark Mtn Range
Joseph Yoakum, "Mt Taum Sauk 1772 ft Highest Point in State near Lesterville Missouri in Ozark Mtn Range," c. 1965, ballpoint pen and colored pencil on brown paper, varnished #nativeamericanheritagemonth
a drawing of mountains with trees and water
Briar Head Mtn of National Park Range of Bryce Canyon National Park near Hatch, Utah U.S.A.
Joseph Yoakum, "Briar Head Mtn of National Park Range of Bryce Canyon National Park near Hatch, Utah U.S.A.," c. 1969, ballpoint pen and colored pencil on paper #nativeamericanheritagemonth
an image of a blue deer leaping over a hill with trees and birds in the background
Untitled (Stylized Antelope)
Woody Crumbo, Potawatomi, "Untitled (Stylized Antelope)," c. 1950, screenprint #nativeamericanheritagemonth
an image of three women in native dress
#19 (Three Dancers)
Stephen Mopope, "# 19 (Three Dancers)," c. 1940s, pochoir #nativeamericanheritagemonth
Stephen Mopope, "# 17 (Red Dancer)," c. 1940s, pochoir #nativeamericanheritagemonth Interior, Foundation, Dance, Berenice Abbott, Great Paintings
#17 (Red Dancer)
Stephen Mopope, "# 17 (Red Dancer)," c. 1940s, pochoir #nativeamericanheritagemonth
Fritz Scholder, Tamarind Institute, Lorillard Company, "Bicentennial Indian," 1975, color lithograph on wove paper #nativeamericanheritagemonth Decoration, Southwestern Artists, Native Indian
Bicentennial Indian
Fritz Scholder, Tamarind Institute, Lorillard Company, "Bicentennial Indian," 1975, color lithograph on wove paper #nativeamericanheritagemonth
an image of a woman with long hair in front of a white wall and yellow square
Romona
Fritz Scholder, "Romona," lithograph #nativeamericanheritagemonth