The Couse-Sharp Historic Site, Taos

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Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The traditional adobe home, the earliest parts dating back to the 1830s, contains Couse’s furnishings, collections, and paintings of Native Americans. The site also includes two studios of Joseph Henry Sharp, Couse’s neighbor and colleague in the Taos Society of Artists.
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  • Roberta gave us an in-depth tour, with bonus time in the childhood playroom and machine shop. It pays to visit this site more than once, because there are so many layers to the stories embedded here.....  more »
  • if you know anything about native American Indian art, this is a place to capture the past in the place some of the best pieces by JH Sharp and Couse were painted. Beautiful gardens are an added...  more »
  • A gem in the heart of Taos..a site to visit for artists, history lovers, and tourists who appreciate a unique experience..a "must see" when you visit Taos.
  • Fantastic tour! This is a must see if you are interested in the Taos Society of Artists. Be sure to call or stop by to sign up for the tour, as this is a guided tour. The tour can take several hours, but is a fascinating adventure through the Couse-Sharp property.

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