American Indian Art Magazine
(Scottsdale), American Indian Art, 1976-1978. Eight issues, as follows: Volume 2, Nos. 1-4; Volume 3, Nos. 1-4. Early issues of the preeminent magazine on Indian art, geared toward collectors, museums, and art historians, and now over 30 years old. The magazine began when collecting Indian art was just coming into vogue, and has ridden the tremendous popularity of the field ever since. That it filled an important niche at the time is attested to by a letter to the editor in Volume 2, Number 1 from artist R.C. Gorman, praising the magazine for its interview with his "hero," Fritz Scholder. The first volume is worn at the spine base; apart from some slight rubbing the lot is otherwise fine in wrappers. [#025845] $135
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