Sally Stockhold

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Mabel Dodge Luhan In Taos, Tony introduced me to peyote... I introduced him to money.


Archival pigment print Each print individually hand colored Edition of 6 Sally Stockhold © 2009 Mabel Dodge Luhan 1879 - 1962 Heiress, socialite, writer and art patron. Having lived in Paris, London, Florence and New York, Mabel discovered Taos and moved there in 1919. After shedding her third husband, she married Tony Luhan, a local Pueblo Indian and established an artists’ and writers’ colony in Taos. Together they added to and designed what became a 16-room Pueblo-style mansion, housing guests such as Georgia O’Keefe, D.H. Lawrence and Ansel Adams. Tony, a mellow fellow, encouraged Mabel to develop a “new consciousness” with the use of peyote and meditation. Mabel wrote several memoirs, the most poignant being “Edge of Taos Desert,” describing her first year in Taos.
23.50" h x 35.50" w
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