The Quiver Maker

1501.62 - Quiver Maker.jpg

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Title

The Quiver Maker

Description

Irving Couse (1866-1936) is perhaps the best known of all Taos artists because of reproductions of his paintings on Santa Fe Railway calendars from 1922-1934. Couse first visited Taos in 1902. He summered there every year, except 1904, before settling there in 1928 where he was a founder of the Taos Society of Artists.

This piece is currently on display in the Southwest Gallery.

Creator

Couse, E. Irving

Source

Gift of Mrs. H.S. (Johnie) Griffin

Date

1918

Identifier

1501/62

Medium

Oil on Canvas

Rights

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Citation

Couse, E. Irving, “The Quiver Maker,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, accessed May 24, 2022, https://pphm.omeka.net/items/show/3030.