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The Moody Family

Barry Goldwater

About The Moody Family

Titled below photograph at viewer's lower left "The Moody Family"

Originally in the Valley National Bank collection, labeled on verso.

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Titled below photograph at viewer's lower left "The Moody Family"

Originally in the Valley National Bank collection, labeled on verso.

About the Artist

(1909 - 1998) Senator Barry Goldwater's portraits of Navajo people, which date back to the 1930's have been published in issues of the Arizona Highways magazine and in his book, Face of Arizona.

Goldwater's images provide a historical glimpse at what has long been the second most popular genre (after landscape) of photography in Arizona--cultural portraiture.

They represent the long-standing tradition of photographers such as Timothy O'Sullivan, Edward Curtis, Adam Clarke Vroman and many others depicting American Indian people sympathetically within the backdrop of their own culture and landscape.

Culture USA, Arizona
Style Nostalgic American Indian
Medium Gelatin silver print
Paper size 19 1/2" height X 15" width
Frame Mounted on paper board, hand-wrapped linen liner, regular glass, wood molding (shows some wear)
Frame size 30" height X 25" width
Signed "Barry Goldwater ARPS" at viewer's lower right in blue ink
Date of creation Prior to 1998
Condition Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed
Provenance Jo Re
Other Works by Barry Goldwater
Navajo Medicine Man, Photography by Barry Goldwater By the Spring, Photography by Barry Goldwater
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