R.C. Gorman, Navajo artist, rose to prominence in the early 1970s with the emergence of the so-called "New Indian Art Movement." His simple, yet often elegant, oil pastel drawings of women, not to mention his flamboyant personality and flair for self-promotion, soon gained him national attention and a popular following. Gorman is primarily known for his original lithographs, the backbone of his market, the majority of which have been published by Western Graphics Workshop. Other media in which he has worked include oil and acrylic painting, intaglio, serigraphy, ceramics, bronze sculpture and paper casting. Numerous posters and books have been published on the artist.
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The entire set of "Progressive Proofs" for Bead Maker which was featured in R.C. Gorman: The Graphics Works is now available. There are 24 separate lithographs in the set.
R.C. GORMAN: The Graphic Works
Attention Gorman Collectors!
Do you need a new dust jacket for your copy of "R.C. GORMAN: The Graphic Works"? Western Graphics has a limited number of new dust jackets available at $35.00 each. We also have a very limited number of dust jackets that have been signed by the artist at $45.00 each. Don't miss this opportunity to make your copy of "R.C. GORMAN: The Graphic Works", the most comprehensive and beautifully illustrated book ever published on Gorman's work, look like new again.