Andrew Michael Dasburg (French/ American, 1887 - 1979) Attributed: Pueblos. Oil on canvas, signed lower left, framed.
Andrew Dasburg was one of the leading Modernists in New Mexico for sixty years. A student of Robert Henri, an acquaintance of Matisse and a contributor to the famous 1913 Armory Show, his artistic credentials are sterling and his following devoted. An opinionated and ambitious man, Dasburg made an impact on both American art in general and Southwestern art in particular.
25 x 29 inches framed; 20 x 24 inches canvas.
Private collection, Madison, Wisconsin.
Fair condition, paint loss all around the edges of the canvas; paint loss throughout; deep dent lower left corner; quarter inch area is threadbare bottom center.
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