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Tall Aspens signed copy
We purchased this copy in Taos in the early 1980's.
we have enjoyed it. Would like to know of its current value. I am sorry to learn that Mr Fields has passed. Thank you for your response.
Bob B Maldonado
Painting of retired Sheriff
I have a painting given to me by my sister Betty Knox, the painting was given to my brother inlaw who has psssed. I can't find anything else that compares to this painting by James Fields.
painted and sighned 9/18/82
James Fields Show Aug/Sept 2011
For those who knew and loved the work of James Fields, there will be a showing this August and September at the location of the original Fields Art Gallery, now Three Hills Gallery, at 332 Kit Carson Road in Taos, New Mexico.
James Fields in Taos, NM
My husband and I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Fields at his home and studio and were saddened to hear of his passing this year. His wife showed us his many works of art in her home, and his work of many years shoewing us a change in his style as he got older. His realism changed to impressionism and he was creating up until 2 years ago. He is truly one of the great southwestern artists.
misti mountains and sunshine
these paintings remain our favorites for their subtle exposure to the unconcsiousness of the mountains relationship with the valley mist and teh cloud forest as distinguished by the sterile, singular sun burning down upon the desert sands.