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 Red Robin  (early 20th century)

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Lived/Active: Colorado/New York      Known for: Native American motif painting, design

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The following information is from Jeanne Shook:

I have a picture of a Thunder-Bird done in colored sand on paperboard mounted on plasterboard with a typed piece of paper on the back with these words: "This picture of the Thunder-Bird was made at Chappell House (Denver Art Museum) in 1932 by RED-ROBIN, a young Zuni Indian. It is a new process of sand-painting, fixed by a shellac varnish, to make it permanent."

Biography from Boston Art Club:
Red Robin (20th Century)

The birth or ethnic origin of the artist is unknown.  It is believed that he was associated with the Art communities in both Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico.  He worked for the Colorado Federal Art Project during the WPA period, and he exhibited a work in the 1936 Exhibition of WPA Artists at the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC.  At that time, he was listed as a Colorado Artist.

Eventually he moved to New York City where he became a designer of textiles.  It is not know whether these designs were in any way connected to his time in Colorado or New Mexico.

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