R.C. Gorman



Age: 74


Summary: Native American artist whose archetypal portrayals of Navajo women in paintings, prints, ceramics, and sculpture became enormously popular in homes and offices particularly in the 1970's and 1980's whose mass-produced prints, bronzes, and ceramics snapped up by an eager public, including celebrities such as Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Elizabeth Taylor, and Andy Warhol, and who published several books including Nudes & Food, Gorman Goes Gourmet, and R.C. Gorman's Nudes & Foods in Good Taste.



Cause of Death: Blood infection and pneumonia


Born: July 26, 1931


Died: November 3, 2005


Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico