Osmundson (1)

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Title

Osmundson (1)

Description

Season's greetings from Ted Osmundson

Creator

Ted Osmundson

Source

Environmental Design Archives

Date

1989

Rights

Regents of the University of California, held by Environmental Design Archives

Language

English

Coverage

New Mexico

Text

The Taos Pueblo
The northernmost, and undoubtledly [sic] one of the most popular, of all the pueblos, Taos, also known as the "place of the red willows", sits at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Its adobe, multistoried homes have captivated painters and photographers since the 1920s, when an historic artist colony formed in nearby Taos and virtually established Southwest art. This view, photographed by Ted Osmundson in 1989, was one of a series that he did of the Pueblos of New Mexico.

To Waverly
Holiday Greetings and Best Wishes for the Coming New Year

Lorraine + Ted
Thought you might like this picture -
Keep up the good work on documents etc.

Citation

Ted Osmundson, “Osmundson (1),” Environmental Design Archives Exhibitions, accessed August 20, 2018, http://exhibits.ced.berkeley.edu/items/show/1930.