Blumenschein, Helen G.
(1908-1989) Taos artist, daughter of artist Ernest L. Blumenschein. Noted for mountain landscapes and Southwestern subjects, working in numerous media including oil, watercolor, lithography, silk screen, ink and charcoal. Works exhibited worldwide during her lifetime and featured in major collections including the Library of Congress and the Carnegie Institute. Gifted the Blumenschein estate to the community of Taos and the Taos Historic Museums. Author of Sounds and Sights of Taos Valley which includes sketches of Taos notables including Joseph Henry Sharp, Oscar E. Berninghaus, Frank Waters, and Spud Johnson.