Indian Rodeo Scarf
An American artist who painted during the early 20th century, Marguerite Zorach was a member of the Fauvist movement, which emphasized strong colors over realistic representations. This piece was painted while Marguerite and her husband, also an artist, vacationed in Yosemite Valley. The silk scarf perfectly captures the stunning colors of her work and is the perfect addition to any art lovers wardrobe.
Marguerite Zorach, Indian Rodeo, Yosemite Valley (Fourth of July, Yosemite Valley),1920, Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts Foundation Collection: Purchased with funds from the Elizabeth Fletcher Dishongh Charitable Trust.
36 x 36 inches