Modern Native American Art / A Fritz Scholder painting, Dartmouth Portrait 8, 1973
US$100,000 - US$150,000
Cordier & Ekstrom gallery, New York, NY, exhibited as part of Fritz Scholder, January 8 - February 9, 1974
From The Outstanding Collection of a Gold Coast Lady, acquired from the above in 1974 and remaining with the original purchaser until the present
Frontispiece illustration for the Cordier & Ekstrom catalog published in conjunction with the 1974 exhibition of Fritz Scholder's Dartmouth Portraits
See Arizona Highways, January, 1974, Vol. XLX No.1, p.4-5. From the Editor's Note at the beginning of the article "Another Picasso? Fritz Scholder": "...done during his tenure as artist-in-residence at Dartmouth University, during the fall of 1973... the Dartmouth Portraits indicate a feeling of respect for the strong and positive qualities of the Indian character, which we feel reflects the thinking of an artist whose work speaks most eloquently of a new found peace, understanding and security."