At the Millicent Rogers Museum in Taos, New Mexico, visitors enjoy many outstanding historical collections of Native American art and jewelry, contemporary paintings, weavings, and pottery, including the Maria Martinez family collection.
Also showcased at MRM are hispanic textiles, metalwork and sculpture, as well as a wide range of contemporary Anglo-European Southwestern Art.
Millicent Rogers Museum's superb setting — with spectacular views of the many hued Sangre de Cristo Mountains, its gracious adobe architecture which is a combination of a historic Taos Style house with elegant additions designed by the renowned architect, Nathanial Owens — adds to the pleasure of visiting this jewel of the high desert terrain and legacy of Millicent Rogers.
The Millicent Rogers Museum highly recommends a visit to Taos Pueblo a UNESCO World Heritage SIte and The National Historic home of the Tiwa speaking Natives who captured the heart of Millicent.
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