Resource Library editor's note continued from Taos Artists and Their Patrons: 1898 - 1950 (7/16/99)

 

Photographs of homes and studios of early Taos artists

 

(above: The Walter Ufer House (Studio), Kit Carson Road - Behind the Cabot Plaza, photo © 2006 by Barbara Hazeltine)

 

(above: The Luna Chapel and Sharp Studio, 146 Kit Carson Road, photo © 2006 by Barbara Hazeltine)

 

(above: The Couse House and Studio, 146 Kit Carson Road, photo © 2006 by Barbara Hazeltine) On October 13, 2006, Virginia Couse Levitt along with her husband Ernest Leavitt, gave an informative tour of the Couse house and Sharp studio to John and Barbara Hazeltine. Ms. Leavitt is the granddaughter of E. I. Couse. Individuals interested in the Couse Foundation or a tour of the Couse home and studio may contact the Foundation at (505) 751-0369 (Summer) and (520) 298-4535 (Winter). or send email to leavitt@gainusa.com.

 

(above: The Victor Higgins House and Studio, 239 La Morada Road, photo © 2006 by Barbara Hazeltine)

 

(above: The Martin Hennings House, Kit Carson Road and Dolan Drive, photo © 2006 by Barbara Hazeltine)

 

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