The paintings by T.C. Cannon that comprise the Bloch Collection represent the finest examples by a multifaceted artist whose voice and talent resonate and inspire nearly forty years after his untimely passing. The major canvases in the Collection speak to multiple themesâ€”his early mastery of color in Man Iâ€™d Like to Have that Pinto Pony; his compelling and ironic twist on the Plains warrior motif and Kiowa history in Washington Landscape with Peace Medal Indian; his regard for family heritage in Grandmother Gestating Father and the Washita River Runs Ribbon-Like; and his tribute to the power of music in A Remembered Muse. Each work of art has a palpable power to engage, foster ideas and be truly memorable. It is the finest group of T.C. Cannonâ€™s paintings known to exist in either private or public collections and is the first time in 20 years since they have been exhibited in public.