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These exceedingly rare pieces are based on a triptych painting by the artist.  R.C. Gorman (Navajo 1931-2005) is often referred to as the Picasso of Native American artists.  During his lifetime R.C.exhibited widely both in America and Europe. In New York  he was admired and befriended by Andy Warhol.  Both artists gave a joint exhibition at the Bayard Gallery on Broadway in New York City in 1968.  


The three tapestries are executed in hand punched wool, each measuring 48”x36”, each with a reproduced signature in the lower right corner. They are titled and inscribed with “Edition 9/12, on Art in Tapestry Inc”, label on verso.

"Storyteller" Hand-Punched Tapestry

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