standing Native American woman with long, straight hair; wrapped in a flowing cloak with fringe; holding a fringed bag in her PR hand

%C2%A9 1981 Allan Houser

Rendezvous, 1981

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Allan Houser was one of the foremost American sculptors of his generation. He originally worked as a painter before turning to sculpture in the last few decades of his life. His creations are known for their smooth, flowing, organic lines and depictions of Native American life. Houser portrayed women frequently in his work. This sculpture is a classic example. It depicts a young Native woman, shawl clasped around her and fringed bag in hand, setting off to meet someone. The figure is upright and graceful, with movement implied in the gentle flow of her dress.

Details
Title
Rendezvous
Artist Life
Nde Indé (Chiricahua Apache), 1914-1994
Role
Maker
Accession Number
2000.28
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standing Native American woman with long, straight hair; wrapped in a flowing cloak with fringe; holding a fringed bag in her PR hand

© 1981 Allan Houser

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