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Taos Woman, Gorman Woodblock Print

Ruby + George

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Taos Woman, Gorman Woodblock Print
Taos Woman, Gorman Woodblock Print
Taos Woman, Gorman Woodblock Print
Taos Woman, Gorman Woodblock Print
Taos Woman, Gorman Woodblock Print

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Vintage; 1980s
Country of Origin:
ink on paper/glass/wood
31.75" L x 27" W x 1" H
gold frame

Why We Love This

A pristine example of an R.C. Gorman woodblock made on a visit to Japan. Signed, dated 1981, and numbered 73/210 in pencil by the artist. Printer's embossed mark on the lower right. Shadowbox frame in brown wood with printer's color guide. Gorman was hailed as the Picasso of the Taos Pueblo. This is one of his classic compositions of a Native American woman in profile.
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Once you have placed your order, you will receive an email from us with tracking information about your item.
Shortly before the arrival date, our delivery service will contact you to schedule a delivery appointment.
Our delivery service will bring the item to your home, perform light assembly, and dispose of any trash.
1 $200
2 $250
3+ $350

About Ruby + George

Ruby + George offers fashionable yet timeless treasures collected from the modern American West. Inspired by the small family business once run by the artist/curator's grandparents, R+G carries on their legacy of customer service, their eye for quality, and their love for history. We seek out a mix of authentic Southwestern American Indian items, heirloom decor, and original art to add beauty to your lifestyle.

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