Carl Moon, renowned for his photography and artistry, found his calling in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he connected deeply with Native American cultures. His work, particularly the photographs and oil paintings of Pueblo peoples, showcased an artistic blend of sensitivity and skill. Nationally acclaimed, Moon’s art was featured in various exhibitions and publications. In 1907, he collaborated with the Fred Harvey Company, producing a significant photographic collection of Native American communities across the Southwest. These images, notable for their historical and cultural importance, were widely utilized in promotional materials.
Our special offer is an elegantly curated cultural calendar, available in two sizes, ideal for both personal and professional spaces. Each month unveils a piece from Carl Moon’s remarkable collection, blending utility for marking important dates with a visual journey through Native American life. These calendars are more than mere date trackers; they’re conversation pieces, linking historical artistry to modern-day settings. As the year progresses, each image becomes more familiar, enriching your experience. At the end of the year, we propose a creative idea: repurpose these captivating images into framed art. This transforms your calendar into a lasting collection of art, inspired by Moon’s enduring legacy. Visit our gallery to see how these timeless artworks can continue to beautify and inspire your environment, long after the year has passed.
For customers in the United States and Canada, we automatically deliver this Wall Calendar in the inch measurement system. Each week commences with Sunday.
All other customers including the United Kingdom will receive this Wall Calendar in the widely recognized A4 or A3 sizes. Each week commences with Monday.
- 1 cover page
- 12 inner pages
- Paper: 250 gsm / 100 lb semi-glossy silk paper
- Hanging hook for hanging calendar flexibly
- Sturdy wire-binding
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