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Historic Pueblo Indian Pottery – Painted Jars and Bowls of the Period 1600-1900 [SOLD]


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Francis H. Harlow, et al.
  • Subject: Native American Pottery
  • Item # C4025ZC
  • Date Published: Soft cover, staple bound, 1967 - Second printing 1970
  • Size: 50 pages
  • SOLD

Historic Pueblo Indian Pottery – Painted Jars and Bowls of the Period 1600-1900

Francis H. Harlow

Published by Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe

Soft cover, staple bound, 1967, 50 pages.  Second printing 1970, with ink drawing illustrations by Francis Harlow


From the Introduction:

 

“The purpose of this booklet is to tell a little about some of the finest pottery ever made by Indians in the United States. It covers the period after A.D. 1600, showing how the modern styles sold in curio stores evolved from prehistoric pots that the Indians made for household use. For the collector or the curious, it shows how a pot can be identified as to when and where it was made. For the artist, it illustrates the wealth of design ideas created by the Indians. For everyone, it demonstrates the magnificent heritage of Indian art that has been given to us by the ‘original’ Americans.  It proves that these primitive works of art, constructed without a potter’s wheel and fired without a kiln, can be compared with pride to pottery made throughout the world.”


Francis H. Harlow, et al.
  • Subject: Native American Pottery
  • Item # C4025ZC
  • Date Published: Soft cover, staple bound, 1967 - Second printing 1970
  • Size: 50 pages
  • SOLD

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