Charles King’s photographs are almost as good as standing in front of one of Tony Da’s paintings or clay sculptures.
Thanks to Richard Spivey (recently deceased), Charles gained access to heretofore private information kept by Da’s family about this immensely talented and innovative artist from San Ildefonso.
If you are intending to collect or just wishing to understand the development of American Indian clay art and paintings, you need to capture this book to learn the impact of Tony Da on the shape of American Indian art as we know it.
Corinne Cain of www.SavvyCollector.com
Tony’s last name is pronounced like “day”.