2 edition of Clay figurines of the American Southwest found in the catalog.
Clay figurines of the American Southwest
by Kraus Reprint Co
Written in English
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OCLC Number: Description: x, pages illustrations 27 cm. Series Title: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology.; Papers Responsibility: With a description of the new Pillings find in northeastern Utah and a comparison with certain other North American figurines.
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CLAY FIGURINES OF THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST. With a Description of the New Pillings find in Northwestern Utah and a Comparison with Certain Other North American Figurines. By Noel Morss. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University.
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Format Book Published Cambridge, The Museum, Description x, p. illus. 27 cm. Series. Southwest Indian Foundation is celebrating 50 YEARS of service.
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Bringing a little good into the world. Doing what we can to help Native Americans. Clay figurines have been recovered from other dry shelters in the Lower Pecos Canyolands. Similar figurines ocurr in the American Southwest and Great Basin.
Among those from the Lower Pecos, most are female and are often headless and are either unfired, or. Interestingly, the potter painted Zuni on the bottom of the figurine, but did not put her name as well. The style of the figurine, with feet on which to stand, would suggest a date of pre for ones eliminated the feet and had the owl sitting on the bottom of the body.
The most famous potter at Zuni known for making owl figurines was Nellie Bica, but this figurine does not. Although Pueblo artists have never articulated an aesthetic in speech or on paper, Lange (research associate, New Mexico's Museum of Indian Art and Culture) believes that a Pueblo aesthetic, distinct from the aesthetics of Western culture, can be unraveled by exploring the ways critical judgments and values inform the creation of Pueblo pottery figurines.3/5(1).
Storytellers & Figurines. Native American and Pueblo people of the Southwest have been making clay pottery figures since ancient times. Their creation was discouraged by Christian missionaries and the form was not widely practiced in the 16thth centuries.
Art of the American Southwest is the visual arts of the Southwestern United region encompasses Arizona, New Mexico, and parts of California, Colorado, Nevada, Texas, and Utah. These arts include architecture, ceramics, drawing, filmmaking, painting, photography, sculpture, printmaking, and other media, ranging from the ancient past to the contemporary arts of the.
Clay Figurines of the American Southwest, With a Description of the Pillings Find in Northeastern Utah and a Comparison With Certain Other North American Figurines. Noel Morss. Clay Figurines of the American Southwest, C Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology.
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Clay figurines of the American Southwest: with a description of the new Pillings find in northeastern Utah and a comparison with certain North American figurines.
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University. ISBN Central/South American Pottery, Art Pottery, Pottery & China, Pottery & Glass.
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