Skip to Content

Native American Fine Art

Home > Collections > Native American Fine Art

Native American Fine Art

Native American Fine Art

In the early 20th Century, Navajo and Pueblo artists began painting in watercolors and tempera on paper or board, most often depicting both their everyday routines and their special ceremonial occasions--these paintings are most often associated with the Dorothy Dunn School of Painting, which was an artistic movement founded in Santa Fe, New Mexico in the 1930s. This style had profound influence beyond the movement itself and it has continued to contribute to the aesthetics of contemporary Native American painters today. Paintings and drawings in our collections include offerings by noted artists: Julian Martinez, Raymond Naha, Percy Sandy, Michael Kabotie, Harrison Begay, and Darren Vigil Gray.



Native American Fine Art
Anything Goes: Hopi Historic Eccentrics
New Work by Mark Tahbo
The Hopi Canteen Collection
The Tree of Life & the Healing of the World
A Dedicated Collector; More from the Trusdell Estate
Pueblo Pottery
Native American Baskets
Navajo & Pueblo Jewelry
Navajo & Pueblo Textiles
Hopi Kachina Dolls
Native American Fine Art
More Native American Art
Western Artist & Vintage Photographs