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Ernest Martin Hennings (1886-1956)
"Mending the Dress"
Hennings said, "[Taos] aroused my unbounded enthusiasm." "I have been working in Taos many years and I think that should prove that I like it here; the country, the mountains with their canyons and streams, the sage beneath the clouded skies, the abode village with its Spanish people and of course the Taos Pueblo with its Indians. Their life - domestic and agricultural - with all the color and romance of their dress and history."
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Ernest Martin Hennings (1886-1956)
"Indian with Fetish"
Hennings said, "[Taos] aroused my unbounded enthusiasm." "I have been working in Taos many years and I think that should prove that I like it here; the country, the mountains with their canyons and streams, the sage beneath the clouded skies, the abode village with its Spanish people and of course the Taos Pueblo with its Indians. Their life - domestic and agricultural - with all the color and romance of their dress and history."
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Ernest Martin Hennings (1886-1956)
"Sagebrush Riders"
Hennings said, "[Taos] aroused my unbounded enthusiasm." "I have been working in Taos many years and I think that should prove that I like it here; the country, the mountains with their canyons and streams, the sage beneath the clouded skies, the abode village with its Spanish people and of course the Taos Pueblo with its Indians. Their life - domestic and agricultural - with all the color and romance of their dress and history."
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Ernest Martin Hennings (1886-1956)
"Rainstorm Taos Mountains"
Hennings said, "[Taos] aroused my unbounded enthusiasm." "I have been working in Taos many years and I think that should prove that I like it here; the country, the mountains with their canyons and streams, the sage beneath the clouded skies, the abode village with its Spanish people and of course the Taos Pueblo with its Indians. Their life - domestic and agricultural - with all the color and romance of their dress and history."
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Ernest Martin Hennings (1886-1956)
"Fisherman's Wives"
Hennings said, "[Taos] aroused my unbounded enthusiasm." "I have been working in Taos many years and I think that should prove that I like it here; the country, the mountains with their canyons and streams, the sage beneath the clouded skies, the abode village with its Spanish people and of course the Taos Pueblo with its Indians. Their life - domestic and agricultural - with all the color and romance of their dress and history."
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Ernest Martin Hennings (1886-1956)
"Mountain Aspens, Taos"
Hennings said, "[Taos] aroused my unbounded enthusiasm." "I have been working in Taos many years and I think that should prove that I like it here; the country, the mountains with their canyons and streams, the sage beneath the clouded skies, the abode village with its Spanish people and of course the Taos Pueblo with its Indians. Their life - domestic and agricultural - with all the color and romance of their dress and history."
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Fremont Ellis (1897-1985)
"Road to Santa Fe"
Ellis fell in love with Santa Fe, and said, "It was the most beautiful place I'd ever seen." On the mystery of Art, Ellis said, "The thing that really makes a picture good—you can't tell." "Physical vision you must have, but you must have the mental vision to go with it. You see with the mental vision as well as the physical."
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Fremont Ellis (1897-1985)
"Old Mill Stream"
Ellis fell in love with Santa Fe, and said, "It was the most beautiful place I'd ever seen." On the mystery of Art, Ellis said, "The thing that really makes a picture good—you can't tell." "Physical vision you must have, but you must have the mental vision to go with it. You see with the mental vision as well as the physical."
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Fremont Ellis (1897-1985)
"Garden by the Well"
Ellis fell in love with Santa Fe, and said, "It was the most beautiful place I'd ever seen." On the mystery of Art, Ellis said, "The thing that really makes a picture good—you can't tell." "Physical vision you must have, but you must have the mental vision to go with it. You see with the mental vision as well as the physical."
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Fremont Ellis (1897-1985)
"Adobe and Fields"
Ellis fell in love with Santa Fe, and said, "It was the most beautiful place I'd ever seen." On the mystery of Art, Ellis said, "The thing that really makes a picture good—you can't tell." "Physical vision you must have, but you must have the mental vision to go with it. You see with the mental vision as well as the physical."
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