John Hauser (painter)
John Hauser (January 30, 1859 – October 6, 1913) was an American painter best known for his portraits of Native Americans and depictions of various aspects of their lives. He had academic training at art schools in Europe, including the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. In the United States, he became fascinated past Native Americans of the Southwest and West, whom he painted for the flaming of his life. In 1893 he traveled next the American player Joseph Henry Smart to Taos, New Mexico, and additional areas of that and easily reached states. He did so much sham at the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota that he and his wife were adopted by the Lakota Sioux as members of their nation.