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b. 1929 - d. 1974

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      • Patrick Swazo Hinds, A'Hote Dancer, 1974
        Feb. 08, 2024

        Patrick Swazo Hinds, A'Hote Dancer, 1974

        Est: $600 - $1,200

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (Tesuque, 1929 - 1974) A'Hote Dancer, 1974 oil on canvas signed lower right: SWAZO inscribed verso: PATRICK SWAZO Hinds / 224 Sena St. / Santa Fe, N.M. / 1974

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • PATRICK SWAZO "DEER DANCERS" OIL ON CANVAS
        Nov. 12, 2023

        PATRICK SWAZO "DEER DANCERS" OIL ON CANVAS

        Est: -

        Patrick (Hinds) Swazo (1929 - 1974) "Deer Dancers" Oil on Canvas. Patrick Swazo Hinds was a painter from the Tesuque Pueblo in New Mexico. He was adopted at the age of 9 by a California family and grew up off the reservation but returned every summer to Tesuque. His works reflect a combination of the traditional with a more modern style and combines his Native American inheritance by birth with education and exposure to a wide variety of non-Indian artists and their work. Artist: Patrick Swazo Title: "Deer Dancers" Medium: Oil on Canvas Circa/Year: 1970 Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 18" x 24" Keywords: Native American, Indian Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1918

        Bradford's
      • Ltd. Ed. Swazo Hinds Lithograph "Eagle Dancers" (1972)
        May. 18, 2023

        Ltd. Ed. Swazo Hinds Lithograph "Eagle Dancers" (1972)

        Est: $400 - $600

        **Originally Listed At $500** Patrick Swazo Hinds (Tesugue Pueblo, 1924-1974). "Eagle Dancers" stone lithograph on paper, 1972. Edition number 43/70. Hand-signed, numbered, and dated in pencil at the bottom. Patrick Swazo Hinds' "Eagle Dancers" is part of his Tesuque Pueblo portfolio. In this composition, Swazo Hinds presents a pair of Tewa Eagle Dancers engaged in swooping bird-like movements while wearing elaborate avian outfits replete with feathered "wings" and beaked headdresses as well as kilts trimmed with seashells that create a lively jingling sound as they dance. A captivating vision in a brilliant color palette of buttery yellow, cornflower blue, black, grey and white hues - replete with impressive artistry, style, and ethnographic meaning and symbolism. Size: 22" L x 30" W (55.9 cm x 76.2 cm) Size of frame: 30.875" L x 38.6" W (78.4 cm x 98 cm) Pueblo peoples revere eagles and believe that they represent the links between the earthly world and the supernatural world. Their gift of soaring flight is thought to provide a means of delivering the requests, prayers, and thanks for what the katsinas have delivered. Artist Biography: "Patrick Swazo Hinds was a renowned artist and painter whose work combined Native motifs with a modern style that became an expression of his heritage and culture. As a child, he was adopted and moved to California where he pursued his education in art. He attended Hill and Canyon School of Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico; California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland; Mexico City College; and the Art Institute of Chicago. He also served in the U.S. Marines during the Korean War, and later worked as a teacher before becoming a full-time artist. Over his lifetime, Swazo Hinds's works have been shown in numerous exhibitions, including at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are in the permanent collections of the Institute of American Indian Arts and the National Museum of the American Indian. As an important person in the California art scene, Swazo Hinds departed from the traditional style and painted highly abstracted pieces that emphasized his connection to his Pueblo culture, which he visited every summer after his adoption. He stated, 'I have worked hard to learn to paint and now I have chosen to paint the Indian . . . and his religion and his culture as I understand it. I can paint an Indian as ugly as I want, because there is pain, there is sorrow, there is suffering. I can paint him beautiful, because that is there, too.'" (Autry Museum of the American West website) This edition consisted of 70 numbered impressions on buff Arches paper, plus two Tamarind Impressions, and seven artist's proofs. In addition, a few trial proofs exist and are recorded at Tamarind. Note: this example has the Tamarind blindstamp on the lower right. Provenance: ex-private Bishop Family Trust collection, the Trust of the late Bill Bishop, a noted antiquarian with shops in Scottsdale, Arizona and Allenspark, Colorado, USA, acquired before 2010 All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #173167

        Artemis Gallery
      • MARK SWAZO HINDS BEAR FETISH
        Jan. 28, 2023

        MARK SWAZO HINDS BEAR FETISH

        Est: $400 - $600

        5 1/4" long, 2 1/2" tall. Mark Swazo Hinds is the son of famed Tesuque Pueblo painter Patrick Swazo - Hinds. He was born in Berkley, California, moved to Santa Fe in 1968 and moved to the Tesuque Pueblo in 1972. After studying art at Haskell Indian Junior College and then the University of Kansas, Mark graduated from the Institute of American Art in 1981. He studied under Allen Houser at the IAIA during his college years. He is a noted fetish carver, but also has branched out to painting. Mark's work can be seen on permanent display at the Wheelwright Museum in Santa Fe, the Institute of American Indian Art in Santa Fe, and the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C. Institute of American Indian Art in Santa Fe, and the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC. Mark began by making fetishes in his teens but says he has been creating art his whole life. In 1984 he started exhibiting at Indian Market in Santa Fe, which has garnered him three awards. Marks's work speaks of his heritage and are of collections throughout the United States as well as in France, Germany, Italy and Japan. Mark Swazo Hinds specializes in using traditional skills to make his pieces for a contemporary audience. His Fetishes speak of his heritage and are collected throughout the USA, Europe and Asia. He is deeply involved with the tradition of his craft and each piece is blessed in traditional Pueblo style and the collector will carry these spiritual blessings with them forever. The exquisite marble pieces, with rust markings and inlaid turquoise, bears earrings and a ceremonial headdress of parrot and turkey feathers are true to the culture of the Pueblo people. Turquoise, in the Tewa language, is a stone whose beauty is untranslatable in the English language. He continues to shape and mold figures that bring well-deserved acclaim. His pieces have featured in shows around the country that celebrate Native American art, reflecting an artistry of solid strength and vision. Mark Swazo Hinds is an avid hunter and fly fisherman and collects many of the artifacts that he uses in his pieces on his frequent trips to the wild. After a piece is completed, he blesses it in the traditional Pueblo style before it is taken to its next place of resting, be it a Gallery, Show or part of a Private Collection.

        Davis Brothers Auction
      • Signed Swazo Hinds Lithograph - "Eagle Dancers" (1972)
        Jan. 19, 2023

        Signed Swazo Hinds Lithograph - "Eagle Dancers" (1972)

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (Tesugue Pueblo, 1924-1974). "Eagle Dancers" stone lithograph on paper, 1972. Edition number 43/70. Hand-signed, numbered, and dated in pencil at the bottom. Patrick Swazo Hinds' "Eagle Dancers" is part of his Tesuque Pueblo portfolio. In this composition, Swazo Hinds presents a pair of Tewa Eagle Dancers engaged in swooping bird-like movements while wearing elaborate avian outfits replete with feathered "wings" and beaked headdresses as well as kilts trimmed with seashells that create a lively jingling sound as they dance. A captivating vision in a brilliant color palette of buttery yellow, cornflower blue, black, grey and white hues - replete with impressive artistry, style, and ethnographic meaning and symbolism. Size: 22" L x 30" W (55.9 cm x 76.2 cm) Size of frame: 30.875" L x 38.6" W (78.4 cm x 98 cm) Pueblo peoples revere eagles and believe that they represent the links between the earthly world and the supernatural world. Their gift of soaring flight is thought to provide a means of delivering the requests, prayers, and thanks for what the katsinas have delivered. Artist Biography: "Patrick Swazo Hinds was a renowned artist and painter whose work combined Native motifs with a modern style that became an expression of his heritage and culture. As a child, he was adopted and moved to California where he pursued his education in art. He attended Hill and Canyon School of Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico; California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland; Mexico City College; and the Art Institute of Chicago. He also served in the U.S. Marines during the Korean War, and later worked as a teacher before becoming a full-time artist. Over his lifetime, Swazo Hinds's works have been shown in numerous exhibitions, including at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are in the permanent collections of the Institute of American Indian Arts and the National Museum of the American Indian. As an important person in the California art scene, Swazo Hinds departed from the traditional style and painted highly abstracted pieces that emphasized his connection to his Pueblo culture, which he visited every summer after his adoption. He stated, 'I have worked hard to learn to paint and now I have chosen to paint the Indian . . . and his religion and his culture as I understand it. I can paint an Indian as ugly as I want, because there is pain, there is sorrow, there is suffering. I can paint him beautiful, because that is there, too.'" (Autry Museum of the American West website) This edition consisted of 70 numbered impressions on buff Arches paper, plus two Tamarind Impressions, and seven artist's proofs. In addition, a few trial proofs exist and are recorded at Tamarind. Note: this example has the Tamarind blindstamp on the lower right. Provenance: ex-private Bishop Family Trust collection, the Trust of the late Bill Bishop, a noted antiquarian with shops in Scottsdale, Arizona and Allenspark, Colorado, USA, acquired before 2010 All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #173167

        Artemis Gallery
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds Lithograph "Buffalo Dancer" (1972)
        Nov. 03, 2022

        Patrick Swazo Hinds Lithograph "Buffalo Dancer" (1972)

        Est: $700 - $1,050

        **Originally Listed At $400** Patrick Swazo Hinds (Tesugue Pueblo, 1924-1974). "The Buffalo Dancer" stone lithograph on paper, 1972. Patrick Swazo Hinds' stone lithograph entitled "The Buffalo Dancer" is part of his "Pueblo Dancers" suite. Each composition in the suite was drawn and hand printed at the Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1972. (There is a Tamarind Institute blindstamp on the back of this piece.) Here Swazo Hinds presents a Buffalo Dancer wearing a traditional horned, fur-covered headdress with feathers; a skirt decorated with a stylized fish motif and trimmed with metal beads; bells around his waist; armbands, and fancy boots. Swazo Hinds depicted the dancer in motion, raising one foot above the ground while holding a rattle in his right hand and a bow in his left, against an orange orb which is in turn surrounded by a mesmerizing pattern of countless swirling motifs. Just magnificent! Size of stone lithograph: 30.125" L x 22.25" W (76.5 cm x 56.5 cm) Artist's bio: "Patrick Swazo Hinds was a renowned artist and painter whose work combined Native motifs with a modern style that became an expression of his heritage and culture. As a child, he was adopted and moved to California where he pursued his education in art. He attended Hill and Canyon School of Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico; California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland; Mexico City College; and the Art Institute of Chicago. He also served in the U.S. Marines during the Korean War, and later worked as a teacher before becoming a full-time artist. Over his lifetime, Swazo Hinds's works have been shown in numerous exhibitions, including at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are in the permanent collections of the Institute of American Indian Arts and the National Museum of the American Indian. As an important person in the California art scene, Swazo Hinds departed from the traditional style and painted highly abstracted pieces that emphasized his connection to his Pueblo culture, which he visited every summer after his adoption. He stated, 'I have worked hard to learn to paint and now I have chosen to paint the Indian . . . and his religion and his culture as I understand it. I can paint an Indian as ugly as I want, because there is pain, there is sorrow, there is suffering. I can paint him beautiful, because that is there, too.'" (Autry Museum of the American West website) This edition consisted of 70 numbered impressions on buff Arches paper, plus two Tamarind Impressions, and seven artist's proofs. In addition, a few trial proofs exist and are recorded at Tamarind. Note: this example has the Tamarind blindstamp on the lower right. Provenance: ex-private Bishop Family Trust collection, the Trust of the late Bill Bishop, a noted antiquarian with shops in Scottsdale, Arizona and Allenspark, Colorado, USA, acquired before 2010 All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #173237

        Artemis Gallery
      • Signed Swazo Hinds Lithograph - "Eagle Dancers" (1972)
        Oct. 09, 2022

        Signed Swazo Hinds Lithograph - "Eagle Dancers" (1972)

        Est: $900 - $1,350

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (Tesugue Pueblo, 1924-1974). "Eagle Dancers" stone lithograph on paper, 1972. Edition number 43/70. Hand-signed, numbered, and dated in pencil at the bottom. Patrick Swazo Hinds' "Eagle Dancers" is part of his Tesuque Pueblo portfolio. In this composition, Swazo Hinds presents a pair of Tewa Eagle Dancers engaged in swooping bird-like movements while wearing elaborate avian outfits replete with feathered "wings" and beaked headdresses as well as kilts trimmed with seashells that create a lively jingling sound as they dance. A captivating vision in a brilliant color palette of buttery yellow, cornflower blue, black, grey and white hues - replete with impressive artistry, style, and ethnographic meaning and symbolism. Size: 22" L x 30" W (55.9 cm x 76.2 cm) Size of frame: 30.875" L x 38.6" W (78.4 cm x 98 cm) Pueblo peoples revere eagles and believe that they represent the links between the earthly world and the supernatural world. Their gift of soaring flight is thought to provide a means of delivering the requests, prayers, and thanks for what the katsinas have delivered. Artist Biography: "Patrick Swazo Hinds was a renowned artist and painter whose work combined Native motifs with a modern style that became an expression of his heritage and culture. As a child, he was adopted and moved to California where he pursued his education in art. He attended Hill and Canyon School of Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico; California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland; Mexico City College; and the Art Institute of Chicago. He also served in the U.S. Marines during the Korean War, and later worked as a teacher before becoming a full-time artist. Over his lifetime, Swazo Hinds's works have been shown in numerous exhibitions, including at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are in the permanent collections of the Institute of American Indian Arts and the National Museum of the American Indian. As an important person in the California art scene, Swazo Hinds departed from the traditional style and painted highly abstracted pieces that emphasized his connection to his Pueblo culture, which he visited every summer after his adoption. He stated, 'I have worked hard to learn to paint and now I have chosen to paint the Indian . . . and his religion and his culture as I understand it. I can paint an Indian as ugly as I want, because there is pain, there is sorrow, there is suffering. I can paint him beautiful, because that is there, too.'" (Autry Museum of the American West website) This edition consisted of 70 numbered impressions on buff Arches paper, plus two Tamarind Impressions, and seven artist's proofs. In addition, a few trial proofs exist and are recorded at Tamarind. Note: this example has the Tamarind blindstamp on the lower right. Provenance: ex-private Bishop Family Trust collection, the Trust of the late Bill Bishop, a noted antiquarian with shops in Scottsdale, Arizona and Allenspark, Colorado, USA, acquired before 2010 All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #173167

        Artemis Gallery
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds Lithograph "Buffalo Dancer" (1972)
        Sep. 24, 2022

        Patrick Swazo Hinds Lithograph "Buffalo Dancer" (1972)

        Est: $700 - $1,050

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (Tesugue Pueblo, 1924-1974). "The Buffalo Dancer" stone lithograph on paper, 1972. Patrick Swazo Hinds' stone lithograph entitled "The Buffalo Dancer" is part of his "Pueblo Dancers" suite. Each composition in the suite was drawn and hand printed at the Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1972. (There is a Tamarind Institute blindstamp on the back of this piece.) Here Swazo Hinds presents a Buffalo Dancer wearing a traditional horned, fur-covered headdress with feathers; a skirt decorated with a stylized fish motif and trimmed with metal beads; bells around his waist; armbands, and fancy boots. Swazo Hinds depicted the dancer in motion, raising one foot above the ground while holding a rattle in his right hand and a bow in his left, against an orange orb which is in turn surrounded by a mesmerizing pattern of countless swirling motifs. Just magnificent! Size of stone lithograph: 30.125" L x 22.25" W (76.5 cm x 56.5 cm) Artist's bio: "Patrick Swazo Hinds was a renowned artist and painter whose work combined Native motifs with a modern style that became an expression of his heritage and culture. As a child, he was adopted and moved to California where he pursued his education in art. He attended Hill and Canyon School of Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico; California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland; Mexico City College; and the Art Institute of Chicago. He also served in the U.S. Marines during the Korean War, and later worked as a teacher before becoming a full-time artist. Over his lifetime, Swazo Hinds's works have been shown in numerous exhibitions, including at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are in the permanent collections of the Institute of American Indian Arts and the National Museum of the American Indian. As an important person in the California art scene, Swazo Hinds departed from the traditional style and painted highly abstracted pieces that emphasized his connection to his Pueblo culture, which he visited every summer after his adoption. He stated, 'I have worked hard to learn to paint and now I have chosen to paint the Indian . . . and his religion and his culture as I understand it. I can paint an Indian as ugly as I want, because there is pain, there is sorrow, there is suffering. I can paint him beautiful, because that is there, too.'" (Autry Museum of the American West website) This edition consisted of 70 numbered impressions on buff Arches paper, plus two Tamarind Impressions, and seven artist's proofs. In addition, a few trial proofs exist and are recorded at Tamarind. Note: this example has the Tamarind blindstamp on the lower right. Provenance: ex-private Bishop Family Trust collection, the Trust of the late Bill Bishop, a noted antiquarian with shops in Scottsdale, Arizona and Allenspark, Colorado, USA, acquired before 2010 All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #173237

        Artemis Gallery
      • A Patrick Swazo Hinds painting
        Aug. 31, 2022

        A Patrick Swazo Hinds painting

        Est: $700 - $1,000

        Patrick Swazo Hinds Tesuque Pueblo, (1929-1974), abstract composition, acrylic on canvas, signed lower right, signed again and inscribed verso: Th-1-4957. height 16in, width 18in For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds, Untitled (Dancers)
        Aug. 13, 2022

        Patrick Swazo Hinds, Untitled (Dancers)

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (Tesuque, 1929 - 1974) Untitled (Dancers) acrylic on panel signed lower right: SWAZO

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds Lithograph "Buffalo Dancer" (1972)
        Aug. 11, 2022

        Patrick Swazo Hinds Lithograph "Buffalo Dancer" (1972)

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (Tesugue Pueblo, 1924-1974). "The Buffalo Dancer" stone lithograph on paper, 1972. Patrick Swazo Hinds' stone lithograph entitled "The Buffalo Dancer" is part of his "Pueblo Dancers" suite. Each composition in the suite was drawn and hand printed at the Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1972. (There is a Tamarind Institute blindstamp on the back of this piece.) Here Swazo Hinds presents a Buffalo Dancer wearing a traditional horned, fur-covered headdress with feathers; a skirt decorated with a stylized fish motif and trimmed with metal beads; bells around his waist; armbands, and fancy boots. Swazo Hinds depicted the dancer in motion, raising one foot above the ground while holding a rattle in his right hand and a bow in his left, against an orange orb which is in turn surrounded by a mesmerizing pattern of countless swirling motifs. Just magnificent! Size of stone lithograph: 30.125" L x 22.25" W (76.5 cm x 56.5 cm) Artist's bio: "Patrick Swazo Hinds was a renowned artist and painter whose work combined Native motifs with a modern style that became an expression of his heritage and culture. As a child, he was adopted and moved to California where he pursued his education in art. He attended Hill and Canyon School of Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico; California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland; Mexico City College; and the Art Institute of Chicago. He also served in the U.S. Marines during the Korean War, and later worked as a teacher before becoming a full-time artist. Over his lifetime, Swazo Hinds's works have been shown in numerous exhibitions, including at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are in the permanent collections of the Institute of American Indian Arts and the National Museum of the American Indian. As an important person in the California art scene, Swazo Hinds departed from the traditional style and painted highly abstracted pieces that emphasized his connection to his Pueblo culture, which he visited every summer after his adoption. He stated, 'I have worked hard to learn to paint and now I have chosen to paint the Indian . . . and his religion and his culture as I understand it. I can paint an Indian as ugly as I want, because there is pain, there is sorrow, there is suffering. I can paint him beautiful, because that is there, too.'" (Autry Museum of the American West website) This edition consisted of 70 numbered impressions on buff Arches paper, plus two Tamarind Impressions, and seven artist's proofs. In addition, a few trial proofs exist and are recorded at Tamarind. Note: this example has the Tamarind blindstamp on the lower right. Provenance: ex-private Bishop Family Trust collection, the Trust of the late Bill Bishop, a noted antiquarian with shops in Scottsdale, Arizona and Allenspark, Colorado, USA, acquired before 2010 All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping. #173237

        Artemis Gallery
      • Signed Swazo Hinds Lithograph - "Eagle Dancers" (1972)
        Aug. 11, 2022

        Signed Swazo Hinds Lithograph - "Eagle Dancers" (1972)

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (Tesugue Pueblo, 1924-1974). "Eagle Dancers" stone lithograph on paper, 1972. Edition number 43/70. Hand-signed, numbered, and dated in pencil at the bottom. Patrick Swazo Hinds' "Eagle Dancers" is part of his Tesuque Pueblo portfolio. In this composition, Swazo Hinds presents a pair of Tewa Eagle Dancers engaged in swooping bird-like movements while wearing elaborate avian outfits replete with feathered "wings" and beaked headdresses as well as kilts trimmed with seashells that create a lively jingling sound as they dance. A captivating vision in a brilliant color palette of buttery yellow, cornflower blue, black, grey and white hues - replete with impressive artistry, style, and ethnographic meaning and symbolism. Size: 22" L x 30" W (55.9 cm x 76.2 cm) Size of frame: 30.875" L x 38.6" W (78.4 cm x 98 cm) Pueblo peoples revere eagles and believe that they represent the links between the earthly world and the supernatural world. Their gift of soaring flight is thought to provide a means of delivering the requests, prayers, and thanks for what the katsinas have delivered. Artist Biography: "Patrick Swazo Hinds was a renowned artist and painter whose work combined Native motifs with a modern style that became an expression of his heritage and culture. As a child, he was adopted and moved to California where he pursued his education in art. He attended Hill and Canyon School of Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico; California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland; Mexico City College; and the Art Institute of Chicago. He also served in the U.S. Marines during the Korean War, and later worked as a teacher before becoming a full-time artist. Over his lifetime, Swazo Hinds's works have been shown in numerous exhibitions, including at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are in the permanent collections of the Institute of American Indian Arts and the National Museum of the American Indian. As an important person in the California art scene, Swazo Hinds departed from the traditional style and painted highly abstracted pieces that emphasized his connection to his Pueblo culture, which he visited every summer after his adoption. He stated, 'I have worked hard to learn to paint and now I have chosen to paint the Indian . . . and his religion and his culture as I understand it. I can paint an Indian as ugly as I want, because there is pain, there is sorrow, there is suffering. I can paint him beautiful, because that is there, too.'" (Autry Museum of the American West website) This edition consisted of 70 numbered impressions on buff Arches paper, plus two Tamarind Impressions, and seven artist's proofs. In addition, a few trial proofs exist and are recorded at Tamarind. Note: this example has the Tamarind blindstamp on the lower right. Provenance: ex-private Bishop Family Trust collection, the Trust of the late Bill Bishop, a noted antiquarian with shops in Scottsdale, Arizona and Allenspark, Colorado, USA, acquired before 2010 All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping. #173167

        Artemis Gallery
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds, Carrier of the Lightning Stick, 1969
        Feb. 05, 2022

        Patrick Swazo Hinds, Carrier of the Lightning Stick, 1969

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (Tesuque, 1929 - 1974) Carrier of the Lightning Stick, 1969 oil on canvas signed lower right: SWAZO inscribed verso: Patrick Swazo Hinds / 1912 McGee Ave. / Berkely, Calif. / "Carrier of the Lightning Stick" / 1969

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Patrick Swazo Painting (121482)
        Aug. 27, 2020

        Patrick Swazo Painting (121482)

        Est: $400 - $800

        Three robed figures in his modern style by Patrick Swazo Hinds (1929-1974). Grey Squirrel was given the name Jos[x=#233/] Patricio Swazo, adopted by Dr. Norman A. E. Hinds, honorary member of Tesuque Pueblo and Professor of Geology at the University of California. Not long after his adoption, Swazo moved to California where he resided until his death. He usually spent his summers at the pueblo. Swazo's paintings reflect a combination of the traditional with a more modern style. He successfully combined his Native American inheritance by birth with education and exposure to a wide variety of non-Indian artists and their work. Beautiful painting, framed 24.5" x 22.5". Date: Country if not USA: State: New Mexico City: Tesuque Pueblo Provenance:

        Holabird Western Americana
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds, Untitled, 1972
        Aug. 22, 2020

        Patrick Swazo Hinds, Untitled, 1972

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (1929 - 1974) Untitled, 1972 oil on canvas signed lower right: SWAZO inscribed verso: PATRICK SWAZO Hinds 72 / 224 Sena St. A / Santa Fe, N. M. 14 x 12 in. (35.56 x 30.48 cm.), Frame: 15 x 13 1/8 x 1 3/8 in. (38.10 x 33.34 x 3.49 cm.)

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds (TESUQUE, 1929-1974) Carrier of the Lightning Stick, 1969
        Jun. 05, 2020

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (TESUQUE, 1929-1974) Carrier of the Lightning Stick, 1969

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (TESUQUE, 1929-1974) Carrier of the Lightning Stick, 1969 oil on canvas; signed lower right Swazo (framed) 30 x 24 inches

        Hindman
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds Chant to Summer Winds Print
        Feb. 15, 2020

        Patrick Swazo Hinds Chant to Summer Winds Print

        Est: -

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (1929 - 1974) was a painter from the Tesuque Pueblo in New Mexico. He was adopted at the age of 9 by a California family and grew up off the reservation but returned every summer to Tesuque. As a result of living in two worlds, Swazo does painting that reflects a combination of the traditional with a more modern style. Artist: Patrick Swazo Hinds Title: Chant to Summer Winds Medium: Print Signature Type: Printed Signature Signature Location: Lower Left Edition: 195/2000 Site Measurement: 19.75x15.75 in Keywords: Native American, Indian Artwork, Art; Ref: DD4017

        Bradford's
      • Painting, Patrick Swazo Hinds
        Jan. 19, 2020

        Painting, Patrick Swazo Hinds

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (American, 1929-1974), Untitled, oil on canvas, signed lower right, signed verso, canvas: 36"h x 46"w, overall (with frame): 37.5"h x 49.25"w

        Clars Auctions
      • PATRICK SWAZO HINDS PUEBLO DANCERS LITHOGRAPH
        Nov. 16, 2019

        PATRICK SWAZO HINDS PUEBLO DANCERS LITHOGRAPH

        Est: $80 - $150

        Framed lithograph on paper, Three Women from the "Pueblo Dancers" portfolio, signed lower left Swazo (Patrick Swazo Hinds, New Mexico, California, 1929-1974), dated 1972, numbered 33/ 70, sheet: approx 30"h, 22.25"w, overall: approx 38.5"h, 30.5"w, 15.5lbs *Provenance: The family of Alfred A. King (Texas, 1916-2006) great-grandson of Captain Richard King, founder of the now 825,000 acre Texas King Ranch.* Start Price: $60.00

        Austin Auction Gallery
      • Painting, Patrick Swazo Hinds
        Aug. 11, 2019

        Painting, Patrick Swazo Hinds

        Est: $600 - $900

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (American, 1929-1974), "Cliff Dwelling," oil on canvas, signed lower left and verso, titled verso, canvas: 22"h x 28"w, overall (with frame): 23.5"h x 29.5"w

        Clars Auctions
      • Framed Signed Limited Etching By Swazo
        Aug. 18, 2018

        Framed Signed Limited Etching By Swazo

        Est: -

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (1929-1974) Grey Squirrel - A.K.A. José Patricio Swazo features KOYEMSI, an Native American Humor Spirit Also known as MUDHEAD. Signature appears in the lower left corner, numbered 32/70. Frame measures approximately 37"x29". Used condition. tm4911

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • Framed Signed Limited Native Themed Etching
        Aug. 18, 2018

        Framed Signed Limited Native Themed Etching

        Est: -

        By Patrick Swazo Hinds (1929-1974) Grey Squirrel -A.K.A José Patricio Swazo. frame 37"x29". Signature appears in the Left corner numbered 32/70 (1972). used condition. tm4911

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • Hinds, Patrick Swazo (1929-1974) "Council of Forgotten People # 68"
        Jan. 19, 2018

        Hinds, Patrick Swazo (1929-1974) "Council of Forgotten People # 68"

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        Hinds, Patrick Swazo (1929-1974) "Council of Forgotten People # 68"

        Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds (1929 - 1974) "Pueblo Dancers"
        Jan. 22, 2015

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (1929 - 1974) "Pueblo Dancers"

        Est: $400 - $600

        Titled "Pueblo Dancers", incomplete set, includes three lithographs. Numbered 10-70/72. Each measures approximately 30" x 22.25". Portfolio measures approximately 30.5" x 23.75" and total weight 8lbs.

        J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
      • Patrick "Swazo" Hinds - (1929-1974)
        Aug. 10, 2013

        Patrick "Swazo" Hinds - (1929-1974)

        Est: $400 - $800

        Signed original pastel depicting a mother and child in a double frame. Very good condition.

        Allard Auctions
      • Patrick "Swazo" Hinds - (1929-1974) Signed
        Aug. 10, 2013

        Patrick "Swazo" Hinds - (1929-1974) Signed

        Est: $400 - $800

        Patrick "Swazo" Hinds - (1929-1974) Signed original pastel depicting a mother and child in a double frame. Very good condition. Circa: Ca. 1960s Size: 18" x 18" (19-1/4" x 19-1/4" Framed)

        Allard Auctions
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds, (1929 - 1974), "That Passing Glance" Southwestern Native American, oil on canvas, 20" x 17 3/4".
        Jul. 23, 2011

        Patrick Swazo Hinds, (1929 - 1974), "That Passing Glance" Southwestern Native American, oil on canvas, 20" x 17 3/4".

        Est: $100 - $200

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (1929 - 1974) "That Passing Glance" Southwestern Native American oil on canvas signed lower right and verso; dated 1970, Santa Fe, New Mexico with Eiteljorg Museum loan tag. 20" x 17 3/4".

        Ripley Auctions
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds, (1929 - 1974), Corn Maiden, pastel on paper, 9 1/4" x 7 1/4".
        Feb. 19, 2011

        Patrick Swazo Hinds, (1929 - 1974), Corn Maiden, pastel on paper, 9 1/4" x 7 1/4".

        Est: $100 - $200

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (1929 - 1974) Corn Maiden pastel on paper Indian portrait 9 1/4" x 7 1/4".

        Ripley Auctions
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds - Tesuque (1929-1974)
        Mar. 08, 2008

        Patrick Swazo Hinds - Tesuque (1929-1974)

        Est: $300 - $600

        Large, signed limited edition (#29/70) pencil print depicting 3 Pueblo figures, each wearing a tableta. 30" x 22" (35" x 27-1/2" framed)

        Allard Auctions
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds (1929-1974)
        Aug. 11, 2007

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (1929-1974)

        Est: $750 - $1,500

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (1929-1974) "Tableta" - signed limited edition (#2/70) stone lithograph depicting three stylized figures in headdresses. 30" x 22" (35" x 27" framed) Circa 1972

        Allard Auctions
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds Owls Oil on Canvas 1971
        Jul. 22, 2006

        Patrick Swazo Hinds Owls Oil on Canvas 1971

        Est: $200 - $400

        Patrick Swazo Hinds (Pueblo 1929 - 1974) Owls, "Two Who Dats on a Log", oil relief on canvas, 18"sq., signed lower, titled and dated 1971 verso.

        Ripley Auctions
      • Patrick Swazo Hinds
        Aug. 16, 2003

        Patrick Swazo Hinds

        Est: $500 - $1,000

        Fantastic, large, & beautiful, signed limited edition (#46/65) graphic of two Pueblo flute players and someone grinding corn - signed "Swazo". 30" x 22-1/2" (41-1/2" x 34" framed)

        Allard Auctions
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