Indian Art of the United States
"Navaho Sandpainters of Arizona Medicine men Hosteen Totokosi (the old man in the center) and Joe Lee (right) with a helper, Gilbert Sandoval They are wearing the typical Navaho velvet shirts and silver jewelry and making their painting with the colored sands contained in the native baskets, from the installation album," shown at the exhibition, "Indian Art of the United States."
January 22, 1941–April 27, 1941. Photographic Archive. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York. IN123.55
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