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 Charles Fredric Lovato  (1937 - 1987)

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Lived/Active: New Mexico / Mexico      Known for: abstract, Native American, non-objective

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The only major painter to come from the Santo Domingo Pueblo in New Mexico, Charles Lovato became a painter of abstract subjects, muralist, illustrator, poet and craftsman.  His paintings were unique and were unrelated to Pueblo traditions.  As a jeweler, Lovato did heishe neckaces, for which the Santo Domingo Pueblo is well known.

At an early age, he was adopted by his grandmother, Monica Silva, who was a potter.  He served in the U.S. Navy and in Santa Fe studied art under Jose Ray Toledo.  He settled in Pena Blanca, New Mexico, and after 1967, did paintings, many which were accompanied by one of his poems.  He explained that sometimes the poem came first and sometimes were written in response to the painting.

Exhibition venues include the Heard Museum Invitational in Phoenix in 1969, and the 1972 Gallup Inter-Tribal Ceremonial in New Mexico.

Charles Lovato died in 1987 at the Pueblo.

Patrick D. Lester, The Biographical Directory of Native American Painters, 326
Peter Falk, Who Was Who in American Art, p. 2066

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