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Rudolph Carl Gorman
Rudolph Carl Gorman (1931 –2005) was a
Native American artist of the Navajo
Nation. Referred to as "th...
Canyon de Chelly, Twilight
Fatima
Aletha
ScarlettStateIColorScarlettStateINonColor
NewDawn
Taos story teller
Maria Elena
Tanya
Luna
Navajo Chilies
La Chilera
Carmen and Child
Mystic Mesa 1991
Indian Woman 1991
Red Flight Through Memory
Navajo dancer
Reina
Reflection
Navajo Return
Pottery Keeper
Woman with Basket
Remembering
Reclining Girl
Purple Blanket
Morenci
Navajo poppies
Mother and Child
Nellie Begay
Navajo Weaver
Navajo Dawn
Consuelo
Mother And Child
Moon River
Mimbres
Cerrillos
MariaPoloma
-Marcella State
1980
Galas Ring
Florencita
Desert Lily
Lelani.
Nopales
AdelleRoseGrandCanyon
AcomaMaiden
Cactus Flower
First Choice
Rio Grande
DineWomanNaranja
Maiden
Men of Taos-I
Mae
Basket
La Novia
Lady And The Lake
La Donnas Visit
Gracias
Falling Star
Jubilee
Dream Night
Miriam
Pueblo
Grace
Potters Choice
Esperanza II
Enchantment
Earth Mother
Danya State I
Crystal.
Gorman was born in Chinle, Arizona. His
mother was Adele Katherine Brown, and his
father Carl Gorman was a noted Navajo
pa...
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Rudolph Carl Gorman (1931 –2005) was a Native American artist of the Navajo Nation. Referred to as "the Picasso of American Indian art" by the New York Times, his paintings are primarily of Native American women and characterized by fluid forms and vibrant colors, though he also worked in sculpture, ceramics, and stone lithography

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  1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-2223923-rcgorman2/
  2. 2. Rudolph Carl Gorman Rudolph Carl Gorman (1931 –2005) was a Native American artist of the Navajo Nation. Referred to as "the Picasso of American Indian art" by the New York Times, his paintings are primarily of Native American women and characterized by fluid forms and vibrant colors, though he also worked in sculpture, ceramics, and stone lithography. He was also an avid lover of cuisine, authoring four cookbooks, (with accompanying drawings) called Nudes and Food.
  3. 3. Canyon de Chelly, Twilight Fatima Aletha
  4. 4. ScarlettStateIColorScarlettStateINonColor NewDawn
  5. 5. Taos story teller Maria Elena
  6. 6. Tanya Luna
  7. 7. Navajo Chilies La Chilera
  8. 8. Carmen and Child Mystic Mesa 1991 Indian Woman 1991
  9. 9. Red Flight Through Memory Navajo dancer
  10. 10. Reina
  11. 11. Reflection
  12. 12. Navajo Return
  13. 13. Pottery Keeper Woman with Basket
  14. 14. Remembering
  15. 15. Reclining Girl
  16. 16. Purple Blanket Morenci
  17. 17. Navajo poppies
  18. 18. Mother and Child Nellie Begay
  19. 19. Navajo Weaver
  20. 20. Navajo Dawn
  21. 21. Consuelo Mother And Child
  22. 22. Moon River
  23. 23. Mimbres
  24. 24. Cerrillos MariaPoloma
  25. 25. -Marcella State 1980
  26. 26. Galas Ring Florencita
  27. 27. Desert Lily Lelani. Nopales
  28. 28. AdelleRoseGrandCanyon AcomaMaiden
  29. 29. Cactus Flower First Choice
  30. 30. Rio Grande DineWomanNaranja
  31. 31. Maiden Men of Taos-I
  32. 32. Mae Basket
  33. 33. La Novia
  34. 34. Lady And The Lake
  35. 35. La Donnas Visit
  36. 36. Gracias
  37. 37. Falling Star
  38. 38. Jubilee
  39. 39. Dream Night Miriam
  40. 40. Pueblo Grace
  41. 41. Potters Choice
  42. 42. Esperanza II
  43. 43. Enchantment
  44. 44. Earth Mother Danya State I
  45. 45. Crystal.
  46. 46. Gorman was born in Chinle, Arizona. His mother was Adele Katherine Brown, and his father Carl Gorman was a noted Navajo painter and teacher, who later became a code talker during World War II. In 1958, he received the first scholarship from the Navajo Tribal Council to study outside of the United States, and enrolled in the art program at Mexico City College. There he learned of and was influenced by the work Diego Rivera. He later studied art at San Francisco State University, where he also worked as a model. Gorman moved from California to New Mexico, opening his Navajo Gallery in Taos in 1968. In 1973, he was the only living artist whose work was shown in the “Masterworks of the American Indian" show held at Metropolitan Museum in New York. One of his pieces was selected for the cover of the exhibit's catalog.
  47. 47. Sound: R.Carlos Nakai - Eagles soar-Native Spirit Text and pictures: Internet http://www.firstpeople.us/pictures/RC-Gorman/Rudolph-Carl-Gorman-Tigua.html Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foi oreanuş www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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