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John Yaeger is considered today to be one of the foremost and finest artists of Western art. His passion for art and painting evolved from an early age. His love of the Native American came from his introduction to their culture and lifestyle while spending time on the White River Apache reservation as a volunteer dentist in Cibeque, Arizona. There, he was overwhelmed with the idea of permanently preserving the incredible and undeniable rich personality of the Native Americans. Early in his career he traveled to South Dakota where he spent time with the Lakota Sioux of the Pine Ridge Reservation, later he traveled to meet with the Navajo in northeast Arizona. His fascination with the Apache, Navajo and Lakota Sioux inspired him to depths of emotion that could only be conveyed with brush and canvas. He painted to capture and share the poignant spirit and innocence of heart combined with the stealth perseverance of dignity that he encountered on the reservations. Collectors praise his landscapes and figurative oil paintings. Most often, they mention the spirit seen in the faces he paints and the powerful emotions they evoke. John's paintings glow with rich yet subtle light, always framing the inner soul and thoughtful expression of his subjects. John's figures inevitably inspire an emotional involvement in the story captured in the brief moment he paints. "The people I paint," John claims, "have such character and dignity, such a joy for living. Their spirits never seem to fade, they are truly eternal."
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oynot

More than welcome stunned, I appreciate your feedback. In hopes that you'll find some of my other puzzles on Jigidi fun to solve :-)

I agree this painting almost looks like a photo but the color hues are just lovelier. Thanks for this puzzle.

oynot

More than welcome Shirleyavalentine and Wendy. I love Native American artwork and their various culture of the many tribes. Those that follow my puzzle know I will always post a Native American puzzle on Jigidi :-)

unicorn3

Love all your postings. This one is y favorite. What a truly beautiful painting.............Wendy

I love native American art work – – I think they're fascinating – – I think I should have been born Native American – – but I'm happy who I am – – I just love how they are – – it seems – – One with nature and the earth – – really enjoyed this puzzle – – thank you!1:21-- my time-- knocked someone off the leaderboard – – didn't try 2- it's only 24 pieces – – I just enjoyed doing it – – thank you for a great puzzle.

oynot

I knew I was overdue to post a Native American puzzle for those that really like them; Great to hear that this was enjoyed by beeld, Isaly, icemg and bluesmoke. I will be posting more of John Yaeger's artwork. All of your comments are appreciated :-)

bluesmoke

Like this one too.

iceng

I will remember this painter..

Isaly

I'm with Beeld. This is "Perfect". I really love John Yaeger's art.

beeld

This puzzle is just perfect! Thank you so mutch for posting

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