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Arresting Winter Hogan Scene

Robert Draper

About The Arresting Winter Hogan Scene

Reddish orange coloration near hogan's doorway hints at the fire from within, causing smoke to issue out the building's roof.

Savvy price is in recognition of need for archival mat board.

Savvy Price $485.00

Gallery Price $650.00

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Description

Reddish orange coloration near hogan's doorway hints at the fire from within, causing smoke to issue out the building's roof.

Savvy price is in recognition of need for archival mat board.

About the Artist

(1938-2000) Robert Draper was born in Chinle, Arizona and belonged to the Navajo and Hopi tribes.

He was involved in art since his childhood, studying at Brigham City, Utah. Since 1966 he participated in major Western and Native American art exhibits and competitions and won several awards. Robert, wife Ruby and their five children last resided in Chinle where he was a full-time painter.

This artist is listed in Jeanne Snodgrass’ American Indian Painters A Biographical Dictionary (1968), J.J. Brody’s volume Indian Painters and White Patrons (1971), Clara Lee Tanner’s book Southwest Indian Painting: A Changing Art (1973) as well as Patrick Lester’s book The Biographical Directory of Native American Painters (1995). Draper was well known for his realistic landscapes of the Navajo Reservation

Medium Pastel on paper with applied fixative
Sight size 15" height X 19 1/4" widith
Frame Single paper window mat, regular glass, wood molding
Frame size 24 1/2" height X 28" width
Signed "Robert Draper" at viewer's lower right
Date of creation Circa 1980
Condition Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed, but archival mat board is recommended
Provenance BRF-12
Other Works by Robert Draper
Hogan Scene with Glorious Sky, Paintings by Robert Draper