Robert Henri (1865-1929) produced a distinctive and discrete body of work during three extended visits he made to Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 1916, 1917, and 1922. Aside from the most well-known of the Indian portraits dating from these years, the Santa Fe material remains one of the least examined aspects of Henri’s oeuvre and has been greatly underestimated in size and scope. This book chronicles Henri’s work and influence in Santa Fe, New Mexico and includes 87 color plates and 27 black and white photographs. Written by Valerie Leeds, a Henri expert, it was written in 1998.
Robert Henri in Santa Fe