Helen Greene Blumenschein (1909-1989)
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Helen Blumenschein (1909-1989)
by Robert Parsons
and Ashley Rolshoven
Helen Greene Blumenschein
Taos County Historical Society
Helen Blumenschein, raised in New York and Taos, was the daughter of Ernest and Mary Blumenschein.
She studied in Europe under Andre Lhote and at Packer Collegiate Institute in Brooklyn.
After her fathers death, she continued to maintain his Taos home and studio as a museum.
Helen Greene Blumenschein Highest Auction Prices
"Deer Dance, Taos Pueblo" Sales Price $14,400
"New Oceana Sunset, 1944" Price: $2,300
"Taos, New Mexico" Price: $2,212
"Truchus Landscape" Price: $1,107
"Rain Over Taos" Price: $1,000
"Aspen, 1949" Price: $840
"Portrait of Matilda Luhan" Price: $550
"Trees" Price: $480
"Mountain View" Price: $400
"The Teton Mountains" Price: $300
Fine Art prices have risen steadily. Please contact the Gallery for the latest prices and current inventory.
Parsons does not offer Helen Greene Blumenschein reproductions, because no reproduction can compare to the real paintings.
Parsons invites you to visit the Galleries to experience the unmatched beauty of the real art.
Helen Blumenschein’s major art works include: “Taos Morada,” “Ranchos de Taos Pasture,” “Deer Dance, Taos Pueblo,” and “New Oceana Sunset”.
Helen Blumenschein published three books later in her life: Sights and Sounds of Taos Valley (1972), Petroglyphs in Rio Arriba County (1973), and Recuerdos: Early Days of the Blumenschein Family (1979).
Helen Blumenschein’s work was exhibited extensively during her lifetime, with shows in many esteemed institutions, including: New York World’s Fair, National Academy of Design, Paris Salon, New Mexico Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, and the Paris Salon. To this day, Helen Blumenschein’s works can be seen in the permanent collections of the Cincinnati Art Museum Association, the New York Public Library, the Library of Congress, the Newark Public Library, and the Carnegie Institute.