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Helen Hardin (1943-1984) Tsa-Sah-Wee-Eh, Little Standing Spruce, Santa Clara Pueblo, was perhaps one of the most fascinating, complex, and engaging figures in the American Indian art world in the twentieth century.

Signed by Helen Hardin and signed 1981 on left bottom.

Artist mark with copyright symbol and 1981 on right bottom.

Original owner. I bought this in 1984 at the Galleria Capistrano, in San Juan Capistrano, CA.

Excellent vintage condition.


Measurements:

Length: 25.5 inches.

Width: 22 inches.


Beautifully triple-matted and framed at Partner's Framing in Laguna Hills, CA



References:

Donahue, K. (2001) A transcendent journey through the motherline: A voyage with Helen Hardin, southwest artist. Retrieved February 20, 2012 from: http://www.ciis.edu/Academics/Faculty/Kate_Donohue_Bio/Donohue_Article.html

Scott, J. (1989) Changing Woman: The Life and Art of Helen Hardin. Northland publications.

Paradox, Precision, and Passion. Passing on the Spirit: Helen Hardin, 1943-1984. Commemorative Retrospective Exhibition Organized by The Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Summer, 1994. Retrieved February 20, 2012 from: http://kate-donohue.com/documents/Paradox%20Precision%20Passion.pdf



This beautiful piece is in a gorgeous Etsy Treasury:

http://www.etsy.com/treasury/4cd5403c10bd8eefa4e21e80/kachina#4ce55fedb4796d91937fbda0

Vintage Helen Hardin Signed 1981 Arrival of Winter Messengers Framed Print Etsy Treasury Item

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