Frederick, Monroe Quamahongiva, 1897-1985 : [Monroe Frederick Paintings and Drawings], approximately 1910-1920
- Three oil on canvas paintings and twelve watercolor drawings on paper of various sizes housed in one green portfolio and two red clamshell boxes. Paintings and drawings are attributed to Monroe Quamahongiva Frederick, a Hopi artist. Tribes depicted include the Navajo, Crow, and Hopi. Subjects of paintings include American Indian portraits, pueblos, the southwest, dress, and copies of work by E. Irving Crouse and Elbridge Ayer Burbank.
Extent: 3 linear feet - (3 custom boxes)
Subjects: Arts, Indians and the West
Call Number: VAULT oversize Ayer Art.Frederick
The [Monroe Frederick Paintings and Drawings] are open for research in the Special Collections Reading Room; 1 box at a time (Priority III).