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Blumenschein, Taos Native American Indian Portrait iPad Air Cover

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Device Type: iPad Air

Accessorize, protect, and turn your iPad into a classic hardcover! Custom made with premium book cloth and finished with glossy laminate, this hard cover case is a durable and elegant way to show off your favorite designs.

  • Designed for the Apple iPad Air
  • Dimensions: 9.88"l x 7.125" w x 0.75”h
  • Flexible & secure iPad cradle with openings for camera/port access
  • Non-slip edge design for free-standing landscape view
  • Printed on 100% recycled hardboard & laminated front and back
  • Made in Berkeley, CA
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Blumenschein, Taos Native American Indian Portrait iPad Air Cover
A New Mexico Native American Indian with a traditional headdress made of feathers holding a water jug. Taos Native American Indian Portrait by EL Blumenschein is a vintage American West fine art portrait painting. About the artist: Ernest Leonard Blumenschein (1874-1960) was an American artist. In 1897, during a Western trip he came to Taos, a territory of New Mexico. Struck by the sweeping landscapes and the diverse Native American, Spanish-American, and American cultures of the region, he determined then and there to work as a painter. He was a co-founder of the Taos Society of Artists and part of the Taos art colony which from 1898 was an important part of the life of Taos, New Mexico.
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