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David Chethlahe Paladin

About David Chethlahe Paladin

(1926-1984) Painting the Dream: the Visionary Art of Navajo Painter David Chethlahe Paladin was published in 1992 by the artist's widow, Lynda Paladin. This artist credited Marc Chagall, Mark Tobey and Morris Graves as influencing his approach to painting as well as how he treated his subject matter.

The Huichol Indians' work also impacted the appearance of his art. For 2 1/2 years Paladin was a prisoner of war, released finally at Dachau in a near coma state.

In 1975 Newsweek cited him as the nation's "leading Navajo modern artist". The Santa Fean magazine named him Artist of the Year in 1981.

Major exhibitions of his work have taken place at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth (1966), at the Heard Museum (1967, 1975), at the William Penn Memorial Museum in Pittsburgh (1969), at the Albuquerque Museum (1975, 1985), at the American Indian Art Center in New York (1975), at the Navajo Tribal Museum in Window Rock, Arizona (1984), at the San Diego Museum of Man (1985) and at the Museum of Art at the University of Arizona in Tucson (1988).

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About the Artist

(1926-1984) Painting the Dream: the Visionary Art of Navajo Painter David Chethlahe Paladin was published in 1992 by the artist's widow, Lynda Paladin. This artist credited Marc Chagall, Mark Tobey and Morris Graves as influencing his approach to painting as well as how he treated his subject matter.

The Huichol Indians' work also impacted the appearance of his art. For 2 1/2 years Paladin was a prisoner of war, released finally at Dachau in a near coma state.

In 1975 Newsweek cited him as the nation's "leading Navajo modern artist". The Santa Fean magazine named him Artist of the Year in 1981.

Major exhibitions of his work have taken place at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth (1966), at the Heard Museum (1967, 1975), at the William Penn Memorial Museum in Pittsburgh (1969), at the Albuquerque Museum (1975, 1985), at the American Indian Art Center in New York (1975), at the Navajo Tribal Museum in Window Rock, Arizona (1984), at the San Diego Museum of Man (1985) and at the Museum of Art at the University of Arizona in Tucson (1988).

Medium Earth sand and earth pigments
Sight size 9 1/4" height X 6 3/4" width
Frame Hand-wrapped with burlap liner, wood molding
Frame size 14 1/2" height X 12 1/8" width
Signed "Chethlahe ©" at viewer's lower right
Date of creation 1968
Condition Excellent, as appeared framed
Provenance JF, a Sedona Art collector
Other Works by David Chethlahe Paladin
Dreams of Beginning, Prints by David Chethlahe Paladin Fire of Creation, Paintings by David Chethlahe Paladin Abstract Mask, Paintings by David Chethlahe Paladin Cave Wall Guardians, Paintings by David Chethlahe Paladin Anasazi Cave Wall, Paintings by David Chethlahe Paladin Sacred Sun, Sacred Moon, Prints by David Chethlahe Paladin Arrow Spirit, Prints by David Chethlahe Paladin Monster Slayer, Paintings by David Chethlahe Paladin Cave Dwellers Dream Fantasy, Paintings by David Chethlahe Paladin Untitled  Cave Wall Paintings, Paintings by David Chethlahe Paladin
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