Allan Houser started painting with tempera, then moved to watercolor and gouache to casein and acrylic. He excelled at portraits and depictions of Apache ceremonies—dances, hunts, and quiet, contemplative scenes of individuals close-up and in repose. His paintings remained narrative in later years, but expanded their subjects to include portrayals of other tribal groups, including the Navajo and Plains tribes.


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