Cowboys & Indians

Richard Greeves

ASK ACCLAIMED WESTERN SCULPTOR RICHARD GREEVES ABOUT THE ORIGINS OF HIS CAREER AND you’ll get an unusual explanation: “My sister who came after me said there were some drawings on my mother’s womb,” he replies in all seriousness. “I’ve been doing it forever.”

Greeves is the creator of an astonishing, prolific, and award-winning body of work, largely devoted to documenting the life and culture of Native Americans in bronze. “I think you inherit more than

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