Fine Art Print: 18 by 20.5 inches
by Pablita Velarde
During the Great Depression of the 1930s, the National Park Service hired Pablita Velarde, a young
artist from Santa Clara Pueblo, to work at Bandelier National Monument creating paintings of pueblo
life. Pablita produced a fine body of work in her few years at the park and went on to become one of
New Mexico's premier painters. In collaboration with Pablita and the National Park Service at
Bandelier, The Friends of Bandelier have reproduced one of her loveliest and liveliest early paintings.