The collection includes original oils, watercolors, drawings and poetry and original photographs, as well as letters and more than 75 books illustrated by Dixon. Also shown is work by Edith Hamlin, Dixon's third wife, and photographs by his second wife, famed depression era photographer Dorthea Lange.
This permanent exhibition of the lifework of Maynard Dixon is located inside the Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery, which specializes in antique Native American art, old pawn jewelry, Navajo rugs, baskets, early 20th-century paintings, Taos Society of Artists, as well as acclaimed contemporary southwestern artists and sculptors.
Read Unexpected Riches in an Unexpected Place, our January 2018 review of the Maynard Dixon Museum.
Museum's collection of works by Dixon