Object of the Month: Desert Indian by Dorothy Brett
The eldest daughter of the Second Viscount Esher in the United Kingdom, artist Dorothy Brett took a bold step of moving to Taos, New Mexico in the 1920’s. Join docent Bunny Gordon for a lively conversation of Desert Indian (on view in Border Crossings) and the life of this fascinating painter.
Marshall and Hendler Galleries
Free for Members
Included with Museum Admission
Image: Dorothy Brett, Desert Indian, c. 1937. Oil on canvas. The private collection of Tia.