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Shadow Weaver

Ed Singer

About The Shadow Weaver

The weaver is holding a Navajo textile with vibrant zig zag designs, possibly a wedge weave, judging by the weaving's bottom edge.

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Description

The weaver is holding a Navajo textile with vibrant zig zag designs, possibly a wedge weave, judging by the weaving's bottom edge.

About the Artist

(Born 1951, Navajo) Singer's command over drawing the human figure is admirable. His approach to subject matter integrates realism with a sense of irony and sometimes humor.

This talented man's work is included in the permanent public collections of the Heard Museum in Phoenix, AZ; the University of New Mexico Museum; the Museum of New Mexico of Albuquerque; the Wheelwright Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico; the Roswell Museum and Art Center in New Mexico, the Louis B. Leaky Foundation Collection in San Francisco and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.  

Culture American Indian, Navajo
Style Nostalgic American Indian, Contemporary
Medium Color Lithograph
Edition C.T.P. (Color Trial Proof), Regular edition is 60
Paper size 22" height X 30" width
Frame Float mounted away from window mat boards, regular glass, wood molding
Frame size 33" height X 40 7/8" width
Signed "Singer" at viewer's lower right in graphite
Date of creation 1978
Condition Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed.
Provenance NH-4
Atelier Western Graphics
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