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Art, Portrait, "The Offering", Jon Lightfoot, 1988

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A COLLECTOR PIECE OF AMERICAN ARTWORK. 

This gorgeous painting is a very unique, very large colorful work done by renowned artisan Jon Forest Lightfoot (d). The 60”x30” piece is an oil on stretched linen creation entitled “The Offering” in Lightfoots signature style of a Native American woman against abstract Southwestern backdrop. This particular masterpiece was featured in an issue of Phoenix Home & Garden, July 2013. It is dated on the back: 12/12/88. A piece for the true collector.

“Jon Lightfoot is an American Postwar & Contemporary painter who was born in 1939 in Kansas City, Missouri to a Cherokee father and a Swedish mother.  He attended grade school on the Cherokee reservation in Oklahoma and high school in Tucson, Arizona. He later moved to New York, where he pursued his primary interest, theater and commercial art.

He studied under modernist painter Lowell Nesbitt for three years, then traveled to Italy and began painting figures.  Lightfoot returned to Tucson in 1971, and by 1974 he was devoting all of his time to painting, developing a personal style of painting which incorporated realistic Native American faces with abstracted backdrops and blanket designs.


Jon Lightfoot was featured in Art of the West” - askART

  • artist: Jon Forest Lightfoot (d)
  • hallmarks: Lightfoot
  • materials: oil on linen, stretcher
  • dimensions: 60" x 30"
  • good condition
  • no breaks or tears to canvas
  • style: JM269
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