(1892 - 1948)
Weasel Arrow was active/lived in New Mexico. Weasel Arrow is known for Indian pueblo life-figure and landscape painting.
Albert Lujan, who sometimes signed his paintings Weasel Arrow, was one of the early pueblo painters whose work reached the 'outside' world. Beginning about 1915, he painted images of his pueblo surroundings and sold them primarily to visiting tourists. It is estimated that he completed about 2000 oil paintings and watercolors. His signature almost always included the drawing of an arrow.
He seems not to have stirred much interest with his artwork among the caucasian painters, who formed the Taos Society of Artists, but through his nephew, famed hoop dancer, Bobby Lujan, a tourist named Brad Taylor became aware of Albert Lujan's marketable talents.
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