|Author:||Forrest Fenn,Joseph Henry Sharp|
|Title:||Teepee Smoke - A New Look Into the Life and Work of Joseph Henry Sharp|
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|Publisher:||One Horse Land and Cattle Co; First Edition edition (2007)|
Teepee Smoke is about Joseph Henry Sharp who recorded and preserved the way of life of the American Indian. J H Sharp lived in Taos, New Mexico for a while and was one of the original members of the elite group of the Taos Society of Artists. For many years J H Sharp painted the Pueblo Indians of the Southwestern United States. ISBN13:9780967091747. Release Date:January 2007. Publisher:One Horse Land and Cattle Co.
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Joseph Henry Sharp (September 27, 1859 – August 29, 1953) was an American painter and a founding member of the Taos Society of Artists, of which he is considered the "Spiritual Father". Sharp was one of the earliest European-American artists to visit Taos, New Mexico, which he saw in 1893 with artist John Hauser. He painted American Indian portraits and cultural. life, as well as Western landscapes. President Theodore Roosevelt commissioned him to paint the portraits of 200 Native American warriors who survived the Battle of the Little Bighorn. The Beat of the Drum and the Whoop of the Dance: A Study of the Life and Work of Joseph Henry Sharp. Santa Fe: Fenn Publishing Co. Fenn, Forrest (February 2008). Teepee Smoke: A New Look into the Life and Works of Joseph Henry Sharp: Part 5. Western Art Collector (excerpt e. Medicine Man Gallery.
revised ed. of Beat of the Drum, Whoop of the Dance). profusely illustrated. For More Information Contact: John Macker. Gerald Peters Gallery.
Teepee Smoke: A New Look into the Life and Works of Joseph Henry Sharp: Part 5. excerpt. Western Art Collector. Includes a photo of the interior of his Taos studio. Book: Minckler, Thomas . .In Poetic Silence, The Floral Paintings of Joseph Henry Sharp. Settlers West Galleries. Joseph Henry Sharp Fine Art Gallery of Paintings, Beverly Hills, CA. The Couse-Sharp Historic Site: Joseph Henru Sharp, Biography and Portfolio. Joseph Henry Sharp Gallery.
Fenn, Teepee Smoke: A New Look into the Life and Work of Joseph Henry Sharp, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2007, p. 334. Lot Essay. Considered by many to be the 'father of the Taos art colony,' Joseph Henry Sharp is celebrated for his detailed and extensive depictions of these dozens of tribes of the Southwestern and Plains Indians. Born in Ohio in 1859, Sharp attended the Cincinnati Art Academy, where he met Henry Farny. In 1893, encouraged by Farny, Sharp first visited Taos and the Pueblo Indians there
Joseph Henry Sharp (1859-1953) - artwork prices, pictures and values. MENDING THE BONNET Joseph Henry Sharp 1859 - 1953 signedJHSHARP(lower right) oil on canvas 25 by 30 inches (6. by 7. cm) Provenance Jerry and Frances Freeman, Santa Fe, New Mexico Sale:Coeur d'Alene Art Auction,Reno,Nevada,July 26, 2008, lot 70 Acquired by the present owner at the above sale Literature Forrest Fenn,Teepee Smoke: A New Look. Smoke: A New Look into the Life and Work of Joseph Henry Sharp, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2007,illustrated p. 105. Joseph Henry Sharp - Taos Mountains. Original 20th century.
Joseph Henry Sharp (1859-1953), "Elk Foot, Pueblo of Taos, New Mexico" - ("The American Spirit: Painting and Sculpture from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art" @ Tampa Museum of Art ~ Tampa, Florida, USA).