Allan Houser, ‘Cowboy Bronco Rider’, 1967, Glenn Green Galleries
Allan Houser, ‘Cowboy Bronco Rider’, 1967, Glenn Green Galleries
Allan Houser, ‘Cowboy Bronco Rider’, 1967, Glenn Green Galleries
Allan Houser, ‘Cowboy Bronco Rider’, 1967, Glenn Green Galleries
Allan Houser, ‘Cowboy Bronco Rider’, 1967, Glenn Green Galleries
Allan Houser, ‘Cowboy Bronco Rider’, 1967, Glenn Green Galleries
Allan Houser, ‘Cowboy Bronco Rider’, 1967, Glenn Green Galleries

Last in the edition

Signature: signed and numbered by the artist

Allan Houser (Haozous), Chiricahua Apache 1914-1994 recipient of the National Medal of Arts in 1992. Allan Houser's father Sam, was part of the small band of Apaches who traveled with Geronimo and surrendered in southern Arizona in 1886. Allan's parents were imprisoned with that group in Ft. Sill, Oklahoma. He was the first child to be born in freedom to those Apaches and a fluent speaker of the Chiricahua language. Allan Houser is an important artist in that he is of the culture he depicts in his artwork. Allan's parents would tell stories and sing songs recalling the experiences on the war path. This bronze edition is a life-time casting. Our gallery represented Allan Houser from 1974 until his passing in 1994 and were investors and provided quality control in the foundry process. Allan Houser's work is many international collections including the Georges Pomidou Centre, The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, The Dahlem Museum among others. Allan’s first bronze sculptures were started in the late 1960’s and were cast at Nambe Foundry. At the time the foundry was producing both Nambeware and was doing some sculptural foundry work. There was a fire at Nambe and they lost many of the molds for sculpture as well as their records. We acquired these works directly from Allan Houser.

About Allan Houser

Chiricahua Apache, 1914-1994, Fort Sill, OK, United States