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“The Ninth Hour”
ANDREA DE ZEREGA (1916-1990)

Oil on canvas in original simple wooden frame, image size: 44″ x 22″

No date, but ca. 1947

Price: $2,500 + Shipping/Insurance


Night Owls by Navajo artist Robert Chee (1937-1972?)

Original gouache on paper board, unframed. Size: 11″ x 15.” Excellent condition.

Price: $875 + S&H


Nativity Scene by Patricia Morgan

19” h. x 12”w. x 5 ¼”d.

Carved wood with gesso, paint, stain and varnish. Signed “P. Morgan 1999.”

Although a native Oklahoman, Pat is deeply inspired by the Spanish Colonial arts of New Mexico, especially the mid-19th century work of Raphael Aragon of Santa Fe.

Price $845 + S&H

 Goat/Sheep Herder on Horseback

by Navajo artist Robert Chee (1937-1972?)

Signed “R Chee” lower right, no date, 17 1/4″ x 12 5/8″, original gouache on paper board. Provenance: Tony Reyna’s Indian Shops, Taos, New Mexico.

Price: $975 + S&H


Early Cochiti Bowl with enthnographic wear, ca. 1890.

Rich with pueblo home use. Slip loss, and a few well-worn chips, but no cracks.  7” wide x 2 ½” high. Inquire for additional photos. Price: $425



Howard Schleeter (1903-1976)

24” x 32” oil on board; signed lower left: H B Schleeter 58

Price: $4000


NAVAJO YEI RUG, ca. 1940, dyed and woven wool. Size: 91″ x 55″

$3800 + S&H


Carved and painted Retablo of the courageous French missionary and martyr Father Isaac Jogues* (1607-1646), “Apostle to the Mohawk Indians,” by Alcario Otero, 2012.

*(Read more about this remarkable man by clicking here.)

Saint Jogues (canonized 1930) is an unusual subject for any New Mexican Hispanic artist working in the traditional Spanish colonial style of New Mexico. Yet Jogues story is so compelling that it lends itself perfectly to the New Mexican expression of master santero Alcario Otero.

Size: 26 1/2″ x 15 3/4″ x 2 1/4″

Retablo Price: $995 + S&H


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