Art of the Southwest

​Red View Gallery

R. C. Gorman - "Singing Women (State 1)"
Lithograph 158/160 - 1981
22" x 30" Image - 36" x 43" Framed
$3,000.00

R. C. Gorman - "Red Blanket"
Lithograph V/XXV - 1985
24" x 33" Image - 32" x 40" Framed
​$3,000.00

R. C. Gorman - "Barefoot Lady"
Lithograph 93/100 - 1978
12" x 15" Image - 26" x 29" Framed
​$2000.00

R. C. Gorman - "Parasol"
Serigraph 7/200 - 1983
38" x 28" Image
 - 46" x 40" Framed
$2,500.00


R. C. Gorman

R.C. Gorman & Charles Collins
Etched Glass Doors - Set 5/10
Each panel is 81" x 30"
​$12,000

R. C. Gorman. (1931-2005.) is considered by many to be the premiere Indian artist of all time.  

His art reflects the racial memory and experience of an ancient people that remains timeless and universal. The deceptively simple, lyrical lines of his drawings provoked the New York Times to proclaim R. C. Gormans as "The Picasso of American Indian Art." R. C. Gormans' work, especially the lithographs, drawings and bronzes, is collected as often by lovers of contemporary art as by those specializing in Indian Art.