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Dan Namingha Representing American Indians
Dan Namingha is a Native American, Tewa-Hopi, born 1950, Hopi Reservation, Arizona. He is an internationally known contemporary artist whose works are in significant public and private collections throughout the world.
He was selected by the Smithsonian Institution in 1996 to create a commemorative lithograph to celebrate their 150th anniversary. and in 2015 he was one of five Native American Artists honored by Vice President Biden and his wife at their home in Washington DC. He combines naturalism and minimalism to achieve an uncanny spirituality in his canvases depicting the landscapes of New Mexico, the pleasing complexity of pueblos, and the rituals of the Hopi.
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