National Geographic : 1949 Dec
+ Indians Sell Art on Santa Fe Walks Pure Indian art, as a rule, omits background and ignores perspective yet it captures speed and rhythm, even the desert's heat. Favorite subjects are hunting scenes, dance ceremonials, and horses (page 797). + This Wooden Indian Sells No Cigars Motorists passing through Tesuque often mistake dummy for man. Wearing a horse-tail wig, he goes by the name White Horse. Like a Charlie McCarthy, he sits on the lap of his creator, Andy Anderson, carver.