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        • Roseta Santiago, Journey Home, 2014
          May. 09, 2024

          Roseta Santiago, Journey Home, 2014

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) Journey Home, 2014 oil on linen signed lower left: SANTIAGO inscribed verso: THE LONG WAY HOME / 30x27.5 OIL ON LINEN / ROSETA SANTIAGO / SANTA FE 2014 / MODEL: [ ] JAMES LUJAN / TAOS PUEBLO

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, Man from Taos, 2014
          May. 09, 2024

          Roseta Santiago, Man from Taos, 2014

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) Man from Taos, 2014 oil on linen signed lower left: SANTIAGO inscribed verso: MAN FROM / TAOS / 7x5 OIL ON / LINEN / ROSETA SANTIAGO / SANTA FE / 2014 / (8-18-14) / TO NANCY WITH LOVE / x ROSETA

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, "Afternoon Arrival"
          Apr. 12, 2024

          Roseta Santiago, "Afternoon Arrival"

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946), "Afternoon Arrival", Oil on board, Signed lower right Signed, titled and dated 2022 verso

          Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC
        • ROSETA SANTIAGO STILL LIFE OIL ON CANVAS
          Nov. 12, 2023

          ROSETA SANTIAGO STILL LIFE OIL ON CANVAS

          Est: -

          Roseta Santiago (Born 1946) Still Life Oil on Canvas. Santiago was born and raised in Washington, D.C., and currently lives in Santa Fe. She has exhibited at The Eiteljorg Museum of Western and American Indian Art in Indianapolis; the Taos Museum-Fechin House in Taos; the Settlers West Miniatures Show in Tucson; the "Cowgirl Up"/Desert Caballeros Museum Show in Wickenburg, Arizona; and the Coors Western Show in Denver. Artist: Roseta Santiago Title: Still Life Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 30" x 36" Keywords: Native American, Indian Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1533

          Bradford's
        • Roseta Santiago, Waiting
          Nov. 11, 2023

          Roseta Santiago, Waiting

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) Waiting oil on linen on board signed lower left: Santiago inscribed verso: "WAITING" 30x24 OIL ON LINEN ON BOARD / A PAINTING BY ROSETA SANTIAGO / OF AN IROQUOIS MAN CONTEMPLATING HIS LIFE

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, "Portrait of Tony in Santa Fe"
          Aug. 26, 2023

          Roseta Santiago, "Portrait of Tony in Santa Fe"

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Painting

          Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC
        • Roseta Santiago, "Girl in Blue"
          Aug. 26, 2023

          Roseta Santiago, "Girl in Blue"

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Painting

          Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC
        • Roseta Santiago, Saint Francis 'Love For All Living Things' Cross, 2015
          Jul. 21, 2023

          Roseta Santiago, Saint Francis 'Love For All Living Things' Cross, 2015

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) Saint Francis 'Love For All Living Things' Cross, 2015 wood, gesso, pigments, metal inscribed verso: SAINT FRANCIS / "LOVE FOR ALL / LIVING THINGS" / [personalized inscription] / X / R. SANTIAGO 2015 / T. PROTHEROE 2015

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, Acoma Vessel, 2015
          May. 18, 2023

          Roseta Santiago, Acoma Vessel, 2015

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) Acoma Vessel, 2015 oil on linen inscribed verso: ACOMA VESSEL / 12 x 9 OIL ON LINEN / ROSETA SANTIAGO / SANTA FE 2015

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, A San Felipe Man in Santa Fe
          May. 18, 2023

          Roseta Santiago, A San Felipe Man in Santa Fe

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) A San Felipe Man in Santa Fe oil on canvas signed lower left: SANTIAGO inscribed verso: 20x16 OIL / A SAN FELIPE MAN IN SANTA FE ROSETA SANTIAGO

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, Shoshone: Master of The American West, 2016
          Nov. 05, 2022

          Roseta Santiago, Shoshone: Master of The American West, 2016

          Est: $5,000 - $7,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) Shoshone: Master of The American West, 2016 oil on canvas signed lower left: SANTIAGO inscribed verso: SHOSHONE: MASTER of the AMERICAN WEST R. SANTIAGO 48X25 OIL 2016

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, Untitled (Native Portrait)
          Nov. 05, 2022

          Roseta Santiago, Untitled (Native Portrait)

          Est: $5,000 - $7,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) Untitled (Native Portrait) oil on canvas signed lower left: SANTIAGO

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, Regalia, 2014
          Nov. 05, 2022

          Roseta Santiago, Regalia, 2014

          Est: $5,000 - $7,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) Regalia, 2014 oil on linen signed lower right: SANTIAGO inscribed verso: "REGALIA" / 30X24 OIL ON LINEN / ROSETA SANTIAGO / SANTA FE 12/2014

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, Standing Figure
          Nov. 05, 2022

          Roseta Santiago, Standing Figure

          Est: $6,000 - $9,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) Standing Figure oil on canvas signed lower left: SANTIAGO

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, The Weaver's Daughter
          Nov. 05, 2022

          Roseta Santiago, The Weaver's Daughter

          Est: $4,000 - $8,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) The Weaver's Daughter oil on linen singed lower left: SANTIAGO inscribed verso: THE WEAVER'S DAUGHTER 48x28 OIL ON LINEN / ROSETA SANTIAGO (MODEL: KATRINA KAVANAGH/NAVAJO / TEEC NOS POS WEAVING)

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, Taos Evening, 2014
          Nov. 05, 2022

          Roseta Santiago, Taos Evening, 2014

          Est: $10,000 - $20,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) Taos Evening, 2014 oil on canvas signed lower left: SANTIAGO inscribed verso: TAOS EVENING 55X36 ROSETA SANTIAGO SANTA FE 2014

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago O/C Still Life Painting
          Apr. 16, 2022

          Roseta Santiago O/C Still Life Painting

          Est: $750 - $1,000

          A vintage Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946) signed oil on canvas still life painting depicting a black vase on a sideboard with fruits and linens. Presented in a gilt wood carved frame. Signed in paint in lower right corner. From the estate of Dr. Joseph Iannicelli. Sight: 29.5" x 35" SHIPPING Atlanta Auction Gallery will not ship this lot in house. The buyer is responsible for arranging White Glove delivery, independent courier, or Freight shipment. Auction house will supply preferred shipper list.

          Atlanta Auction Gallery, ltd
        • Roseta Santiago, Hopi Legend, 2020
          Nov. 06, 2021

          Roseta Santiago, Hopi Legend, 2020

          Est: $10,000 - $15,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) Hopi Legend, 2020 oil on canvas signed lower left: SANTIAGO inscribed verso: HOPI LEGEND 48X48" OIL ROSETA SANTIAGO SANTA FE 2020

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, The Rancher's Daughter, 2020
          May. 29, 2021

          Roseta Santiago, The Rancher's Daughter, 2020

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) The Rancher's Daughter, 2020 oil on board signed lower left: SANTIAGO inscribed verso: "The Rancher's Daughter" / 18x18 OIL / ROSETA SANTIAGO / 2020 / Roseta Santiago / MODEL: LAURENE. JOHNSON

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, Taos Afternoon (Homage to Oscar E. Berninghaus), 2020
          May. 29, 2021

          Roseta Santiago, Taos Afternoon (Homage to Oscar E. Berninghaus), 2020

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) Taos Afternoon (Homage to Oscar E. Berninghaus), 2020 oil on board signed lower left: SANTIAGO titled lower right: HOMAS TO O. BERNINGHAUS inscribed verso: TAOS AFTERNOOM 16X20 ROSETA SANTIAGO "When I moved to Santa Fe in 2000 to discover the Southwest and make a career of oil painting, I had no idea I was following in the footsteps of many painters, including the Taos Society of Artists. The magic of landing in a place of living history was inspiring, the people beautiful, and the light amazing and clear. For this show, I selected a painting titled 'Ricardo and His Horses' because the theme and place were so familiar to me. I decided to place a living Taos resident, Deryle James Lujan and his new horse April, in the painting to show there is no difference in the way the Taos Pueblo residents lived in the time of Berninghaus and Deryle and his family, living today in the foothills of Taos Mountain." - Roseta Santiago, April 2020, to Western Art Collector

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Signed Roseta Santiago O/c still life, 44"w
          May. 16, 2021

          Signed Roseta Santiago O/c still life, 44"w

          Est: $1,000 - $1,200

          Signed Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946) oil on canvas still life, depicting a black vase and fruit sitting on an oak sideboard, signed at the lower right, 29.5"h x 35.5"w; overall with frame 38"h x 43.5"w x 2"d. Ms. Santiago's work is held in the collections of the Eiteljorg Museum of Western and Indian Art in Indianapolis, the Booth Museum in Georgia, and the Desert Caballeros Museum in Arizona.

          Great Gatsby's Auction Gallery, Inc.
        • Roseta Santiago Broken Dreams
          Apr. 17, 2021

          Roseta Santiago Broken Dreams

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946) Broken Dreams, 2006 Oil on canvas Signed Roseta Santiago, verso Titled and dated, verso.

          Larsen Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago Black Bonnet Blessing
          Apr. 17, 2021

          Roseta Santiago Black Bonnet Blessing

          Est: $5,000 - $8,000

          Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946) Black Bonnet Blessing, 2018 Oil on canvas Signed Santiago, lower left Titled, signed and dated, verso.

          Larsen Art Auction
        • Roseta Santiago, Moose Caller, 2015
          Mar. 20, 2021

          Roseta Santiago, Moose Caller, 2015

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Roseta Santiago (b. 1946) Moose Caller, 2015 color lithograph, unique Artist's Proof dated and signed lower right: © 2015 ROSETA SANTIAGO titled lower center: "MOOSE CALLER" editioned lower left: AP 32 x 24 1/4 in. (81.28 x 61.60 cm.), Frame: 41 3/8 x 33 1/2 x 1 3/4 in. (105.09 x 85.09 x 4.45 cm.)

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Signed Roseta Santiago O/c still life, 44"w
          Jan. 24, 2021

          Signed Roseta Santiago O/c still life, 44"w

          Est: $1,000 - $1,200

          Signed Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946) oil on canvas still life, depicting a black vase and fruit sitting on an oak sideboard, signed at the lower right, 29.5"h x 35.5"w; overall with frame 38"h x 43.5"w x 2"d. Ms. Santiago's work is held in the collections of the Eiteljorg Museum of Western and Indian Art in Indianapolis, the Booth Museum in Georgia, and the Desert Caballeros Museum in Arizona.

          Great Gatsby's Auction Gallery, Inc.
        • SIGNED ROSETA SANTIAGO O/C STILL LIFE, 44"W
          Oct. 25, 2020

          SIGNED ROSETA SANTIAGO O/C STILL LIFE, 44"W

          Est: $1,000 - $1,200

          Signed Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946) oil on canvas still life, depicting a black vase and fruit sitting on an oak sideboard, signed at the lower right, 29.5"h x 35.5"w; overall with frame 38"h x 43.5"w x 2"d. Ms. Santiago's work is held in the collections of the Eiteljorg Museum of Western and Indian Art in Indianapolis, the Booth Museum in Georgia, and the Desert Caballeros Museum in Arizona.

          Great Gatsby's Auction Gallery, Inc.
        • Framed Roseta Santiago Still Life w/ Skull, ca. 2010
          Sep. 17, 2020

          Framed Roseta Santiago Still Life w/ Skull, ca. 2010

          Est: $1,600 - $2,400

          **Originally Listed At $900** Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946). Oil on canvas, ca. 2010. A stirring still-life by artist Roseta Santiago featuring a cow skull, a knife in its hide sheath, a strand of red beads, and a drum. The skull provides a haunting momento mori effect and harkens the works of other artists who have paid homage to New Mexico, the most famous being Georgia O'Keeffe. The ensemble of objects - skull, knife, and drum - speak to the history of New Mexico and the indigenous of the Southwest. According to the Autry Museum of the American West's description of Roseta Santiago's oeuvre, "She paints the beauty and integrity surrounding each of her subjects—usually objects that have been made by hand with primitive tools and resources—and is a master storyteller about the images she paints." This painting certainly lives up to that description and is set in a lovely carved wood frame that complements it perfectly. Size: 19.5" W x 15.4" H (49.5 cm x 39.1 cm); (frame): 27.3" W x 23.25" H (69.3 cm x 59.1 cm) The Autry Museum of the American West's complete artist biography reads, "Roseta Santiago was born and raised in Washington, D.C., where she studied graphic design and advertising. In 1976 she moved to Atlanta, Georgia, and then to Miami, Florida, spending twenty-four years designing, installing, and building themed public spaces. She was also contracted to paint murals in twenty-three Bass Pro Shops’ premier sporting goods stores in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Costa Rica. In 2000, after moving to Santa Fe, New Mexico, Santiago realized her dream of becoming a fine art painter. Self-taught, she paints every day. Mystery and light engulf the unique Western and Asian artifacts that are the subjects of her early body of work. She paints the beauty and integrity surrounding each of her subjects—usually objects that have been made by hand with primitive tools and resources—and is a master storyteller about the images she paints. Her current body of work expresses feelings and stories about the people who made these objects. 'Traditional peoples are fascinating to me; their beliefs, regalia, ceremonies, and day-to-day life.' Recognized and collected internationally, Santiago’s work may be found in the permanent collections of the Tucson Museum of Art, the Booth Museum of Western Art, and many private collections. She has successfully exhibited for nine years at the Eiteljorg’s Quest for the West Art Show and Sale; the Taos Museum–Fechin House in Taos, New Mexico; the Desert Caballeros Western Museum’s Cowgirl Up! show; the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, and Settlers West’s American Miniatures exhibition." Santiago is also a featured artist in the book "Western Art of the Twenty-first Century: Native Americans" by E. Ashley Rooney. You can read more about her in, "Conversations in Paint Language: The Art of Roseta Santiago." Roseta Santiago's painting entitled, "Autumn Afternoon" hammered for $5800 at Altermann Gallery (Santa Fe), May 31, 2019, Lot number 107, Illustrated on page 32 of the catalog. Santiago's "Girl from Gallup in a Red Blanket" sold in Scottsdale Art Auction - April 6, 2019 Lot 14 for $2750. Provenance: private Glorieta, New Mexico, USA collection, acquired directly from Roseta Santiago 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. #154145

          Artemis Gallery
        • Framed R. Santiago Painting - "Thanksgiving" ca. 2015
          Sep. 17, 2020

          Framed R. Santiago Painting - "Thanksgiving" ca. 2015

          Est: $1,600 - $2,400

          **Originally Listed At $900** Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946). "Thanksgiving" - oil on linen, ca. 2015. Signed by artist on lower right. "Thanksgiving o/linen R. Santiago 16x20" written in red on the verso. A striking still-life by artist Roseta Santiago featuring several ears of Indian corn (or flint corn) with kernels and a bowl arranged upon a tabletop that is covered with deer or buffalo hide. Santiago's command of tenebroso - a Baroque innovation in representing light to capture strong light and dark contrasts - is evident as the light shines upon the objects and creates striking shadow effects. The ensemble of objects - Indian corn, pottery, and buffalo or deer hide - speaks to the history of New Mexico and the indigenous of the Southwest. According to the Autry Museum of the American West's description of Roseta Santiago's oeuvre, "She paints the beauty and integrity surrounding each of her subjects—usually objects that have been made by hand with primitive tools and resources—and is a master storyteller about the images she paints." Size: 19.25" W x 15.4" H (48.9 cm x 39.1 cm); (frame): 24.625" W x 20.625" H (62.5 cm x 52.4 cm) The Autry Museum of the American West's complete artist biography reads, "Roseta Santiago was born and raised in Washington, D.C., where she studied graphic design and advertising. In 1976 she moved to Atlanta, Georgia, and then to Miami, Florida, spending twenty-four years designing, installing, and building themed public spaces. She was also contracted to paint murals in twenty-three Bass Pro Shops’ premier sporting goods stores in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Costa Rica. In 2000, after moving to Santa Fe, New Mexico, Santiago realized her dream of becoming a fine art painter. Self-taught, she paints every day. Mystery and light engulf the unique Western and Asian artifacts that are the subjects of her early body of work. She paints the beauty and integrity surrounding each of her subjects—usually objects that have been made by hand with primitive tools and resources—and is a master storyteller about the images she paints. Her current body of work expresses feelings and stories about the people who made these objects. 'Traditional peoples are fascinating to me; their beliefs, regalia, ceremonies, and day-to-day life.' Recognized and collected internationally, Santiago’s work may be found in the permanent collections of the Tucson Museum of Art, the Booth Museum of Western Art, and many private collections. She has successfully exhibited for nine years at the Eiteljorg’s Quest for the West Art Show and Sale; the Taos Museum–Fechin House in Taos, New Mexico; the Desert Caballeros Western Museum’s Cowgirl Up! show; the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, and Settlers West’s American Miniatures exhibition." Santiago is also a featured artist in the book "Western Art of the Twenty-first Century: Native Americans" by E. Ashley Rooney. You can read more about her in, "Conversations in Paint Language: The Art of Roseta Santiago." Provenance: private Glorieta, New Mexico, USA collection, acquired directly from artist Roseta Santiago 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. #154144

          Artemis Gallery
        • Framed Roseta Santiago Still Life w/ Skull, ca. 2010
          Jul. 23, 2020

          Framed Roseta Santiago Still Life w/ Skull, ca. 2010

          Est: $1,800 - $2,700

          Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946). Oil on canvas, ca. 2010. A stirring still-life by artist Roseta Santiago featuring a cow skull, a knife in its hide sheath, a strand of red beads, and a drum. The skull provides a haunting momento mori effect and harkens the works of other artists who have paid homage to New Mexico, the most famous being Georgia O'Keeffe. The ensemble of objects - skull, knife, and drum - speak to the history of New Mexico and the indigenous of the Southwest. According to the Autry Museum of the American West's description of Roseta Santiago's oeuvre, "She paints the beauty and integrity surrounding each of her subjects—usually objects that have been made by hand with primitive tools and resources—and is a master storyteller about the images she paints." This painting certainly lives up to that description and is set in a lovely carved wood frame that complements it perfectly. Size: 19.5" W x 15.4" H (49.5 cm x 39.1 cm); (frame): 27.3" W x 23.25" H (69.3 cm x 59.1 cm) The Autry Museum of the American West's complete artist biography reads, "Roseta Santiago was born and raised in Washington, D.C., where she studied graphic design and advertising. In 1976 she moved to Atlanta, Georgia, and then to Miami, Florida, spending twenty-four years designing, installing, and building themed public spaces. She was also contracted to paint murals in twenty-three Bass Pro Shops’ premier sporting goods stores in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Costa Rica. In 2000, after moving to Santa Fe, New Mexico, Santiago realized her dream of becoming a fine art painter. Self-taught, she paints every day. Mystery and light engulf the unique Western and Asian artifacts that are the subjects of her early body of work. She paints the beauty and integrity surrounding each of her subjects—usually objects that have been made by hand with primitive tools and resources—and is a master storyteller about the images she paints. Her current body of work expresses feelings and stories about the people who made these objects. 'Traditional peoples are fascinating to me; their beliefs, regalia, ceremonies, and day-to-day life.' Recognized and collected internationally, Santiago’s work may be found in the permanent collections of the Tucson Museum of Art, the Booth Museum of Western Art, and many private collections. She has successfully exhibited for nine years at the Eiteljorg’s Quest for the West Art Show and Sale; the Taos Museum–Fechin House in Taos, New Mexico; the Desert Caballeros Western Museum’s Cowgirl Up! show; the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, and Settlers West’s American Miniatures exhibition." Santiago is also a featured artist in the book "Western Art of the Twenty-first Century: Native Americans" by E. Ashley Rooney. You can read more about her in, "Conversations in Paint Language: The Art of Roseta Santiago." Roseta Santiago's painting entitled, "Autumn Afternoon" hammered for $5800 at Altermann Gallery (Santa Fe), May 31, 2019, Lot number 107, Illustrated on page 32 of the catalog. Santiago's "Girl from Gallup in a Red Blanket" sold in Scottsdale Art Auction - April 6, 2019 Lot 14 for $2750. Provenance: private Glorieta, New Mexico, USA collection, acquired directly from Roseta Santiago 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. #154145

          Artemis Gallery
        • Framed R. Santiago Painting - "Thanksgiving" ca. 2015
          Jul. 23, 2020

          Framed R. Santiago Painting - "Thanksgiving" ca. 2015

          Est: $1,800 - $2,700

          Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946). "Thanksgiving" - oil on linen, ca. 2015. Signed by artist on lower right. "Thanksgiving o/linen R. Santiago 16x20" written in red on the verso. A striking still-life by artist Roseta Santiago featuring several ears of Indian corn (or flint corn) with kernels and a bowl arranged upon a tabletop that is covered with deer or buffalo hide. Santiago's command of tenebroso - a Baroque innovation in representing light to capture strong light and dark contrasts - is evident as the light shines upon the objects and creates striking shadow effects. The ensemble of objects - Indian corn, pottery, and buffalo or deer hide - speaks to the history of New Mexico and the indigenous of the Southwest. According to the Autry Museum of the American West's description of Roseta Santiago's oeuvre, "She paints the beauty and integrity surrounding each of her subjects—usually objects that have been made by hand with primitive tools and resources—and is a master storyteller about the images she paints." Size: 19.25" W x 15.4" H (48.9 cm x 39.1 cm); (frame): 24.625" W x 20.625" H (62.5 cm x 52.4 cm) The Autry Museum of the American West's complete artist biography reads, "Roseta Santiago was born and raised in Washington, D.C., where she studied graphic design and advertising. In 1976 she moved to Atlanta, Georgia, and then to Miami, Florida, spending twenty-four years designing, installing, and building themed public spaces. She was also contracted to paint murals in twenty-three Bass Pro Shops’ premier sporting goods stores in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Costa Rica. In 2000, after moving to Santa Fe, New Mexico, Santiago realized her dream of becoming a fine art painter. Self-taught, she paints every day. Mystery and light engulf the unique Western and Asian artifacts that are the subjects of her early body of work. She paints the beauty and integrity surrounding each of her subjects—usually objects that have been made by hand with primitive tools and resources—and is a master storyteller about the images she paints. Her current body of work expresses feelings and stories about the people who made these objects. 'Traditional peoples are fascinating to me; their beliefs, regalia, ceremonies, and day-to-day life.' Recognized and collected internationally, Santiago’s work may be found in the permanent collections of the Tucson Museum of Art, the Booth Museum of Western Art, and many private collections. She has successfully exhibited for nine years at the Eiteljorg’s Quest for the West Art Show and Sale; the Taos Museum–Fechin House in Taos, New Mexico; the Desert Caballeros Western Museum’s Cowgirl Up! show; the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, and Settlers West’s American Miniatures exhibition." Santiago is also a featured artist in the book "Western Art of the Twenty-first Century: Native Americans" by E. Ashley Rooney. You can read more about her in, "Conversations in Paint Language: The Art of Roseta Santiago." Provenance: private Glorieta, New Mexico, USA collection, acquired directly from artist Roseta Santiago 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. #154144

          Artemis Gallery
        • Framed Roseta Santiago Still Life w/ Skull, ca. 2010
          May. 14, 2020

          Framed Roseta Santiago Still Life w/ Skull, ca. 2010

          Est: $1,800 - $2,500

          Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946). Oil on canvas, ca. 2010. A stirring still-life by artist Roseta Santiago featuring a cow skull, a knife in its hide sheath, a strand of red beads, and a drum. The skull provides a haunting momento mori effect and harkens the works of other artists who have paid homage to New Mexico, the most famous being Georgia O'Keeffe. The ensemble of objects - skull, knife, and drum - speak to the history of New Mexico and the indigenous of the Southwest. According to the Autry Museum of the American West's description of Roseta Santiago's oeuvre, "She paints the beauty and integrity surrounding each of her subjects—usually objects that have been made by hand with primitive tools and resources—and is a master storyteller about the images she paints." This painting certainly lives up to that description and is set in a lovely carved wood frame that complements it perfectly. Size: 19.5" W x 15.4" H (49.5 cm x 39.1 cm); (frame): 27.3" W x 23.25" H (69.3 cm x 59.1 cm) The Autry Museum of the American West's complete artist biography reads, "Roseta Santiago was born and raised in Washington, D.C., where she studied graphic design and advertising. In 1976 she moved to Atlanta, Georgia, and then to Miami, Florida, spending twenty-four years designing, installing, and building themed public spaces. She was also contracted to paint murals in twenty-three Bass Pro Shops’ premier sporting goods stores in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Costa Rica. In 2000, after moving to Santa Fe, New Mexico, Santiago realized her dream of becoming a fine art painter. Self-taught, she paints every day. Mystery and light engulf the unique Western and Asian artifacts that are the subjects of her early body of work. She paints the beauty and integrity surrounding each of her subjects—usually objects that have been made by hand with primitive tools and resources—and is a master storyteller about the images she paints. Her current body of work expresses feelings and stories about the people who made these objects. 'Traditional peoples are fascinating to me; their beliefs, regalia, ceremonies, and day-to-day life.' Recognized and collected internationally, Santiago’s work may be found in the permanent collections of the Tucson Museum of Art, the Booth Museum of Western Art, and many private collections. She has successfully exhibited for nine years at the Eiteljorg’s Quest for the West Art Show and Sale; the Taos Museum–Fechin House in Taos, New Mexico; the Desert Caballeros Western Museum’s Cowgirl Up! show; the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, and Settlers West’s American Miniatures exhibition." Santiago is also a featured artist in the book "Western Art of the Twenty-first Century: Native Americans" by E. Ashley Rooney. You can read more about her in, "Conversations in Paint Language: The Art of Roseta Santiago." Roseta Santiago's painting entitled, "Autumn Afternoon" hammered for $5800 at Altermann Gallery (Santa Fe), May 31, 2019, Lot number 107, Illustrated on page 32 of the catalog. Santiago's "Girl from Gallup in a Red Blanket" sold in Scottsdale Art Auction - April 6, 2019 Lot 14 for $2750. Provenance: private Glorieta, New Mexico, USA collection, acquired directly from Roseta Santiago 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. #154145

          Artemis Gallery
        • Framed R. Santiago Painting - "Thanksgiving" ca. 2015
          May. 14, 2020

          Framed R. Santiago Painting - "Thanksgiving" ca. 2015

          Est: $1,800 - $2,500

          Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946). "Thanksgiving" - oil on linen, ca. 2015. Signed by artist on lower right. "Thanksgiving o/linen R. Santiago 16x20" written in red on the verso. A striking still-life by artist Roseta Santiago featuring several ears of Indian corn (or flint corn) with kernels and a bowl arranged upon a tabletop that is covered with deer or buffalo hide. Santiago's command of tenebroso - a Baroque innovation in representing light to capture strong light and dark contrasts - is evident as the light shines upon the objects and creates striking shadow effects. The ensemble of objects - Indian corn, pottery, and buffalo or deer hide - speaks to the history of New Mexico and the indigenous of the Southwest. According to the Autry Museum of the American West's description of Roseta Santiago's oeuvre, "She paints the beauty and integrity surrounding each of her subjects—usually objects that have been made by hand with primitive tools and resources—and is a master storyteller about the images she paints." Size: 19.25" W x 15.4" H (48.9 cm x 39.1 cm); (frame): 24.625" W x 20.625" H (62.5 cm x 52.4 cm) The Autry Museum of the American West's complete artist biography reads, "Roseta Santiago was born and raised in Washington, D.C., where she studied graphic design and advertising. In 1976 she moved to Atlanta, Georgia, and then to Miami, Florida, spending twenty-four years designing, installing, and building themed public spaces. She was also contracted to paint murals in twenty-three Bass Pro Shops’ premier sporting goods stores in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Costa Rica. In 2000, after moving to Santa Fe, New Mexico, Santiago realized her dream of becoming a fine art painter. Self-taught, she paints every day. Mystery and light engulf the unique Western and Asian artifacts that are the subjects of her early body of work. She paints the beauty and integrity surrounding each of her subjects—usually objects that have been made by hand with primitive tools and resources—and is a master storyteller about the images she paints. Her current body of work expresses feelings and stories about the people who made these objects. 'Traditional peoples are fascinating to me; their beliefs, regalia, ceremonies, and day-to-day life.' Recognized and collected internationally, Santiago’s work may be found in the permanent collections of the Tucson Museum of Art, the Booth Museum of Western Art, and many private collections. She has successfully exhibited for nine years at the Eiteljorg’s Quest for the West Art Show and Sale; the Taos Museum–Fechin House in Taos, New Mexico; the Desert Caballeros Western Museum’s Cowgirl Up! show; the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, and Settlers West’s American Miniatures exhibition." Santiago is also a featured artist in the book "Western Art of the Twenty-first Century: Native Americans" by E. Ashley Rooney. You can read more about her in, "Conversations in Paint Language: The Art of Roseta Santiago." Provenance: private Glorieta, New Mexico, USA collection, acquired directly from artist Roseta Santiago 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. #154144

          Artemis Gallery
        • Roseta Santiago signed O/c still life, 44"w
          Mar. 14, 2020

          Roseta Santiago signed O/c still life, 44"w

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946) oil on canvas still life, depicting a black vase and fruit sitting on an oak sideboard, signed lower right, 29.5"h x 35.5"w; overall with frame 38"h x 43.5"w x 2"d. Ms. Santiago's work is held in the collections of The Eiteljorg Museum of Western and Indian Art in Indianapolis, The Booth Museum in Georgia, and The Desert Caballeros Museum in Arizona.

          Great Gatsby's Auction Gallery, Inc.
        • Roseta Santiago signed O/c still life, 44"w
          Dec. 07, 2019

          Roseta Santiago signed O/c still life, 44"w

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Roseta Santiago (American, b. 1946) oil on canvas still life, depicting a black vase and fruit sitting on an oak sideboard, signed lower right, 29.5"h x 35.5"w; overall with frame 38"h x 43.5"w x 2"d. Ms. Santiago's work is held in the collections of The Eiteljorg Museum of Western and Indian Art in Indianapolis, The Booth Museum in Georgia, and The Desert Caballeros Museum in Arizona.

          Great Gatsby's Auction Gallery, Inc.
        • Roseta Santiago, (New Mexico / Georgia, b.1946), 'Morning Star Kachina Portrait', oil on panel, 23-3/4" x 11-3/4"(sight) 29-3/4" x 1.
          Nov. 16, 2019

          Roseta Santiago, (New Mexico / Georgia, b.1946), 'Morning Star Kachina Portrait', oil on panel, 23-3/4" x 11-3/4"(sight) 29-3/4" x 1.

          Est: $400 - $600

          Roseta Santiago (New Mexico / Georgia, b.1946) 'Morning Star Kachina Portrait' oil on panel signed lower right and verso. 23-3/4" x 11-3/4"(sight) 29-3/4" x 17" (frame)

          Ripley Auctions
        • Roseta Santiago (b1946) " Acoma Earthsong "
          Nov. 15, 2019

          Roseta Santiago (b1946) " Acoma Earthsong "

          Est: $500 - $700

          Medium: Oil // Size: 8x8 Frame: 15 X 15 // Signed Bottom Left //

          EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
        • Roseta Santiago | Autumn Afternoon
          May. 31, 2019

          Roseta Santiago | Autumn Afternoon

          Est: $6,000 - $9,000

          Artist: Roseta Santiago | b. 1946 Title: Autumn Afternoon Signed l/l: Santiago Media: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 38 by 42 inches

          Altermann Galleries
        • Roseta Santiago, (New Mexico/Georgia, b. 1946), Kachina, oil on canvas, Canvas, 64" x 36" . Frame, 70" x 42".
          Nov. 11, 2017

          Roseta Santiago, (New Mexico/Georgia, b. 1946), Kachina, oil on canvas, Canvas, 64" x 36" . Frame, 70" x 42".

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Roseta Santiago (New Mexico/Georgia, b. 1946) Kachina oil on canvas signed lower right Canvas, 64" x 36" . Frame, 70" x 42".

          Ripley Auctions
        • Roseta Santiago, (New Mexico/Georgia, b. 1946), Kachina, oil on canvas, 64" x 36"
          Oct. 14, 2017

          Roseta Santiago, (New Mexico/Georgia, b. 1946), Kachina, oil on canvas, 64" x 36"

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Roseta Santiago (New Mexico/Georgia, b. 1946) Kachina oil on canvas signed lower right 64" x 36"

          Ripley Auctions
        • Roseta Santiago (1946-) "Acoma Glow" Painting
          Jan. 29, 2016

          Roseta Santiago (1946-) "Acoma Glow" Painting

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Artist: Roseta Santiago (1946-); Title: "Acoma Glow"; Medium: Oil painting on board; Year or Era Produced: 20th/21st Century; Signature: Lower left; Sight Area Approximate Measurement: 10.5" x 13.25"; Frame Approximate Measurement: 18.25" x 21" x 2.5"; Approximate Weight: 9 lbs

          J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
        • Roseta Santiago, (New Mexico/Georgia; b.1946), decorated clay vessel, oil on canvas, 48" x 48".
          Nov. 20, 2014

          Roseta Santiago, (New Mexico/Georgia; b.1946), decorated clay vessel, oil on canvas, 48" x 48".

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Roseta Santiago (New Mexico/Georgia; b.1946) decorated clay vessel oil on canvas signed center left. 48" x 48".

          Ripley Auctions
        • Roseta Santiago, (New Mexico/Georgia; b.1946), Kachina, oil on canvas, 64" x 36".
          Nov. 20, 2014

          Roseta Santiago, (New Mexico/Georgia; b.1946), Kachina, oil on canvas, 64" x 36".

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Roseta Santiago (New Mexico/Georgia; b.1946) Kachina oil on canvas signed lower right. 64" x 36".

          Ripley Auctions
        • Roseta Santiago- Golden Child
          Nov. 17, 2013

          Roseta Santiago- Golden Child

          Est: $5,000 - $7,500

          "Golden Child", A rose and a ceramic bowl rest on a shelf in this serene still life. A tender scene between a child and a swan is depicted on the pottery. Roseta Santiago was born and raised in Washington, DC and lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her work is collected internationally.

          Matthews Art Auctions
        • Roseta Santiago- Dreams of Spring
          Nov. 17, 2013

          Roseta Santiago- Dreams of Spring

          Est: $6,000 - $9,000

          "Dreams of Spring", A Chinese painted ceramic vase sits on a shelf in this serene still life. Roseta Santiago was born and raised in Washington, DC and lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her work is collected internationally.

          Matthews Art Auctions
        • Roseta Santiago Golden Child
          Jul. 29, 2013

          Roseta Santiago Golden Child

          Est: $5,000 - $7,500

          "Golden Child", A rose and a ceramic bowl rest on a shelf in this serene still life. Painted on the pottery is a tender scene between a child and a swan. Roseta Santiago was born and raised in Washington DC and lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her work is collected internationally.

          Matthews Art Auctions
        • Roseta Santiago Dreams of Spring
          Jul. 29, 2013

          Roseta Santiago Dreams of Spring

          Est: $6,000 - $9,000

          "Dreams of Spring", A Chinese painted ceramic vase sits on a shelf in this serene still life. Roseta Santiago was born and raised in Washington DC and lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her work is collected internationally.

          Matthews Art Auctions
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