5 Color Lithograph Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway calendar toppers after paintings by E. I. Couse: "The Blanket" Taos-Puye Indian-Detour, New Mexico (1928); "The War Bonnet Maker" In the Indian-detour Country (1930); "The Weaver" Indian-detour Country (1931); "The Chant" Indian-detour Country (1934); "The Chief Is Still Chief (1935). E. I. Couse, Eanger Irving.
5 Color Lithograph Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway calendar toppers after paintings by E. I. Couse: "The Blanket" Taos-Puye Indian-Detour, New Mexico (1928); "The War Bonnet Maker" In the Indian-detour Country (1930); "The Weaver" Indian-detour Country (1931); "The Chant" Indian-detour Country (1934); "The Chief Is Still Chief (1935).
5 Color Lithograph Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway calendar toppers after paintings by E. I. Couse: "The Blanket" Taos-Puye Indian-Detour, New Mexico (1928); "The War Bonnet Maker" In the Indian-detour Country (1930); "The Weaver" Indian-detour Country (1931); "The Chant" Indian-detour Country (1934); "The Chief Is Still Chief (1935).
5 Color Lithograph Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway calendar toppers after paintings by E. I. Couse: "The Blanket" Taos-Puye Indian-Detour, New Mexico (1928); "The War Bonnet Maker" In the Indian-detour Country (1930); "The Weaver" Indian-detour Country (1931); "The Chant" Indian-detour Country (1934); "The Chief Is Still Chief (1935).
5 Color Lithograph Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway calendar toppers after paintings by E. I. Couse: "The Blanket" Taos-Puye Indian-Detour, New Mexico (1928); "The War Bonnet Maker" In the Indian-detour Country (1930); "The Weaver" Indian-detour Country (1931); "The Chant" Indian-detour Country (1934); "The Chief Is Still Chief (1935).

5 Color Lithograph Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway calendar toppers after paintings by E. I. Couse: "The Blanket" Taos-Puye Indian-Detour, New Mexico (1928); "The War Bonnet Maker" In the Indian-detour Country (1930); "The Weaver" Indian-detour Country (1931); "The Chant" Indian-detour Country (1934); "The Chief Is Still Chief (1935).

NY (and) Boston: American Lithographic Co. (and) Forbes Lithographic Co., various. Original edition. Color lithographs on 13 x 13.75 heavy card, image area 10 x 12. First 3 toppers with printed caption and Santa Fe RR route map on rear. Moderate scuffing to margins, some corners bumped, image areas about fine. Item #22128

Eanger Irving Couse (1866-1936), a native of Michigan where as a boy he began his artistic career sketching members of the local Chippewa tribe. His formal education as an artist included studies at the Art Institute of Chicago, The New York School of Design, the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, and the Academie Julian in Paris. Couse discovered Taos around the turn of the 20th century following his return to the United States and remained there for the rest of his life.

Price: $150.00

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