Taos Pueblo by Albert Looking Elk


American Indian Artist

Small landscape of Taos Pueblo, painted in oil on board by Albert Looking Elk (1888-1940) completed in 1924 as signed in the bottom right corner. 
Albert Looking Elk is famous for being one of three Taos Pueblo Painters where he was traditionally known as T'o'nu and was elected Governor of Taos Pueblo in 1938. He first modeled for the famous Oscar E. Berninghaus, one of the founding members of Taos Society of Artists, who then taught Albert how to paint.
10.75" L x 8.2" W x 0.5" H
Original wood frame in black, thumb tack holes on both edges of artist board.


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