National Anthropological Archives and Human Studies Film Archives


Acee Blue Eagle's collection of American Indian art includes items by Pauline Antoine (San Juan); Gilbert Benjamin Atencio (San Ildefonso); James Auchiah (Kiowa); Awa Tsireh, or Alfonso Roybal (San Ildefonso); Buma Barry; Francis Batiste (Okanagan); Stanley Battese (Navaho); Fred Beaver (Creek); Harrison Begay (Navaho); Eloisa Bernal (Taos); Archie Blackowl (Cheyenne); M. Brown; S. Cata; Robert Chee (Navaho); Che Chilly Tsosie, or Stanley C. Mitchell (Navaho); Chino; Chiu Tah, or Vincent Mirabel (Taos); Woodrow Wilson Crumbo (Creek-Potawatomi); Joe V. Cruz (San Juan); Marcell J. Darling (Potawatomi); Wilson Dewey (Apache); Eah Ha Wa, or Eva Mirabel (Taos); Fernando Edwin (Hopi); Louie Ewing; Gerald T. Feathers (Blackfoot); Telesfor Gachupin (Sia); Lorenzo García (Santo Domingo); Ga Wa Te Wa, or Andrew Trujillo (Cochiti); Joseph L. Gutiérrez (Santa Clara); Irene Roberta Harney; Diego Herrera (Tesuque); Joe Hilario Herrera (Cochiti); Justino Herrera (Cochiti); Stephen Herrera; Trew Hocker; R.P. Hooton; Allan C. Houser (Apache); James Russell Humetewa, Jr. (Hopi); Ruth Blalock Jones, or Welaweri (Delaware-Shawnee); Jeff King (Navaho); George Kishketon (Kickapoo); Ku Pe Ru, or Theodore Suina (Cochiti); Calvin Larvie (Dakota); Charlie Lee, or Yel Ha Yah (Navaho); Bette Ann Lucero; Alfred L. Luján (Taos); Solomon McCombs (Creek); Ma-Pe-Wi, or Velino Shije Herrera (Sia); Anita Martínez; Alice Martínez; Gilbert Mermejo (Nambe); James Mitchell (Navaho?); Waldo Mootzka (Hopi); Stephen Mopope (Kiowa); Delfino Moquino (Sia); Bobbie Mouse; Gerald Nailor (Navaho); Nana-Tside; Louis Naranjo (Santa Clara); Wesley Nash (Apache); Oqwa-Owin, or Ramos Sánchez (San Ildefonso); Ricardo Otero (Santa Ana); Owu Terwa, or Manuel "Bob" Chávez (Cochiti); Pai-Tum-Mu; Dixon Palmer (Kiowa); L. Palmer; Pan Yo Pin, or Thomas Vigil (Tesuque); Delfina Peano (Santo Domingo); Pop Chalee (Taos); Po-Povi; Oqwa Pi; Quah Ah, or Tonita Peña (San Ildefonso); Ben Quintana (Cochiti); Joe A. Quintana (Cochiti); Rilie Quoyavema, or Riley Sunrise (Hopi); Margaret Sarracino; Diego Salas (Sia); Pat Sevagh (Tesuque); Buck Simms; Pat Swazo; Masminio Tafoya; Tahcawin (Dakota); Quincy Tahoma (Navaho); Johnny Toledo; P. Torres; Rosie Toya (Jemez); Manuel Trujillo (San Juan); Monroe Tsatoke (Kiowa); Tse Ye Mu, or Romando Vigil (San Ildefonso); G. Tsoodle; Umpah, or Calvin T. Tyndall (Dakota, Omaha?); Horace Valle; Pablita Velarde (Santa Clara); Albert Vigil (San Ildefonso); J.A. Vigil; Jose Utimio Vigil; Pete Vigil (Tesuque); Tim Vigil (Tesuque); Utimio Vigil (Tesuque); Russell William Wagoshe (Osage); Waki Yeni Dewa, or Ignacio Moquino (Sia); Wasaba Shinga, or Carl Woodring (Osage); White Buffalo, or Bobby Hill (Kiowa); Roland N. Whitehorse (Kiowa); Wade Williams (Pawnee); Beatien Yazz, or Jimmy Toddy (Navaho); Jimmie Yazzie (Navaho); Yel-Ka-Yak, or Charlie Lee (Navaho); and Emilina Yepa (Jemez). Also represented are artists identified only by first names or initials: J.A., Thomas C., C.D. (Cecil Dick?), Clarence G. (Gutiérrez?), Harold, P.G. (Paul Goodbear?), J.C.H., J.S.H., Jimmie, Jolene, Martínez, Melchor, Palmer, J.D.P., and S.M. In addition, there are prints by Winold Reiss, a pastel sketch of Blue Eagle by Tom Handforth, and a lithographic print of the Creek Chief McIntosh published by McKenney and Hall.

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