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Fritz Scholder: Paintings. Introduction by Werner Gundersheimer. Tucson, AZ: Nazraeli Press. 2001. Limited to 2000 copies. First Edition thus. 167 pages. Late Native American artist, Fritz Scholder, was well-known for his break-out paintings of Native Americans, employing bold colors, distortions and mystical symbols. Enrolled member of the Luiseño tribe, Scholder reportedly often said he was not Native American. Pristine oversize hardcover with cloth slipcase.
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