Smithsonian American Art Museum Presents the First Major Museum Exhibition to Explore the Achievements of Native Women Artists at Its Renwick GalleryDate:
Three-Way Portrait of Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, and Unidentified Native American (William McIntosh?)
Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists is the first major thematic exhibition to explore the artistic achievements of Native women.
A Measure of the Earth: The Cole-Ware Collection of American Baskets explores the revival of traditional basketry in America during the pa
The architecture and decorative arts designed by Charles Greene (1868-1957) and his brother Henry Greene (1870-1954) a century ago in California ar
The paintings of Awa Tsireh (1898–1955), represent an encounter between the art traditions of native Pueblo peoples in the Southwestern United Stat
George Catlin's Indian Gallery is hung in the Grand Salon on the second floor of the Renwick Gallery in a way that recalls the Indian Gall
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