E. IRVING COUSE 1866 - 1936


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  • Subject: Western Artists
  • Item # C4210J
  • Date Published: First edition, 1975, hardcover
  • Size: Limited edition of 3,000, signed by author. New condition.
  • Price: $160.00

Eanger Irving Couse (1866-1936) image source: Wikipedia.

Eanger Irving Couse was one of the original six charter members of the Taos Society of Artists, he first visited Taos in June of 1902 on the recommendation of Blumenschein. In 1928, Couse gave up his New York City studio and settled permanently in Taos, New Mexico. Couse became an important painter, bringing recognition to the Taos community and its Indian heritage. His compositions gave a true picture of some phase of Indian life. 

- from Adobe Gallery biography page.

Source of artist image: Wikipedia.

 

E. IRVING COUSE 1866 - 1936

By Nicholas Woloshuk

Notes by K. W. Couse

Publisher: Santa Fe Village Art Museum, Santa Fe

First edition, 1975, hardcover. Limited edition of 3,000, signed by author. New condition.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword

Mr. Couse Tells of Indian Models

Lunette Murals

Eanger Irving Couse

European Paintings

The Couses in Oregon

E. I. Couse in Taos

Firelights and Other Paintings

The Indian Flute

Religious and Sacred Rituals

Indian Weaving

Taos Indian Hunters

Indian Women

Indian Courtships

Pottery

Makers

Little Jewels

The Call of the Flute

Arizona Paintings

The Captive

Religious Paintings

A Painter of Taos Indians

Field Sketches by E. I. Couse

The Wedding Ceremony

Selected Works of E. I. Couse

Klikitat Portraits

Santa Fe Railroad Company Calendars

American Lithographic Company Calendars

Reproductions

Eanger Irving Couse, N.A.

Acknowledgments

List of Color Plates


  • Subject: Western Artists
  • Item # C4210J
  • Date Published: First edition, 1975, hardcover
  • Size: Limited edition of 3,000, signed by author. New condition.
  • Price: $160.00

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