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Tahoma Book Goes on the Road

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Visit Tahoma’s Santa Fe Part I

Post by Vera Marie *The numbers on this map do not show Tahoma’s stops. To see what the numbers mean, click on the map to go to its source, WikiMaps. As we plan our trip to the Santa Fe Indian … Continue reading

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Discovering ‘Man Becomes an Artist’ by Tahoma

  This is a continuation of the conversation from yesterday about finding lost paintings. In June 1944,¬† Kenneth Chapman, a major mover and shaker in the Santa Fe art and archaeology world, was temporary director of the Laboratory of Anthropology … Continue reading

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Discovering Lost Works of Art

Phoenix collector Jim Bialac¬† told us years ago that he thought Tahoma probably painted more than 2000 paintings. That is a lot of output for a Navajo artist who died early in his life. But we think that Jim probably … Continue reading

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