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Douglas Kent Hall, Woman at Taos Pueblo

This insightful black and white image depicts at lower left a seated Taos Pueblo American Indian. He is wrapped in a blanket and is facing the wall of the lower portion of an adobe home. The home is most likely a part of the larger three-storied structure. To the left of the American Indian is a doorway. The softly angled architecture of the building is dramatically depicted as the main subject of the image. Three canales protruding from the walls cast long shadows to the right.

Douglas Kent Hall
Dates in Taos: 1977
Woman at Taos Pueblo, c. 1985
14 7/16" H x 21 1/2"W (inside)
Gift of Gus Foster