William Acheff

In 1973, energized and searching for artistic inspiration, Acheff discovered the small and inspiring town of Taos, and within several months of his arrival painted his first Native American artifact–related painting, a motif that would define his career. Forty-eight years later he is still in Taos, ever restless, while discovering and exploring new visions—and the excitement persists. Acheff’s style was originally influenced by the Dutch still-life painters from the 17th century and later by the American 19th-century Harnett trompe l’oeil movement. 

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Acheff's Portrait of a Young Boy

Apache Thunder • oil • 36 x 24 in.

Acheff's Gilded Silver and Fruit

Gilded Silver and Fruit • oil • 20 x 16 in.

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