Hopi Eagle Dance brilliantly depicts a figure from Hopi traditional symbolism who mediates between the physical and the spiritual world. This dramatically composed, 17-color, hand-pulled lithograph, captures the movement of traditional dance with bold, abstract strokes and its vibrant tones reflect the Southwestern landscape.

Dan Namingha's work reflects his education in traditions drawn from Tewa-Hopi culture and from modern abstract art. His paintings are alive with a sense of the seemingly boundless topography of the Southwest, coupled with the even grander internal landscape of Hopi symbolism.

Dan Namingha (b. 1950, Pocacca, Arizona) was raised in a family of noted potters and educated in traditional Tewa-Hopi traditions. He studied at the University of Kansas, the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, and the American Academy of Art in Chicago.

In addition to his many exhibitions, his magnificent works of art are owned by museums around the world, including the Fogg Museum in Boston, the British Royal Collection in London, and the Dahlem Museum in Berlin.

Special Information: 17-color Lithograph, signed edition of 150 printed on French Arches paper. Sold unframed. Comes with a certificate of authenticity from the Smithsonian.

Image Dimensions: 29 3/16 x 23 ¼ inches

Paper Dimensions: 36 5/8 x 27 ¼ inches

Produced By: JK Fine Art Editions