Dorothy Brett was one of four children born into the aristocratic English family of Reginald Baliol Brett, the 2nd Viscount of Esher. Brett, known as Doll to her family, enrolled at Slade School of Fine Art at University College London in 1910, against her parents’ wishes. Brett would follow when Lawrence moved to the Sangre de Cristo mountains. In Taos, Brett turned her brush to the subject of regional Pueblos, inspired by the Native dances and rendering her subjects in brightly colored and tightly focused compositions. This pencil drawing is dated around 1930s and a rare piece to add to your collection.