PUEBLO INDIAN POTTERY a Portfolio of Archival Studies
by Jack Silverman and Francis H. Harlow
Introduction and Descriptions by Francis H. Harlow
Published by The Silverman Museum, Santa Fe, 2001
Softcover, first edition, 40 pages, beautifully illustrated in color
For this folio, the artist has employed the technological marvels of modern science and industry with the infinite care required in the handling of paper and inks to produce a lasting tribute to the remarkable achievements of our southwest Indian potters. He has captured the earthy textures of clay, slip, and pigments of vessels fashioned by the traditional methods handed down through countless generations. He has chosen examples that exhibit bold and powerful simplicity and others that show the most joyous exuberance of rhythm and color.
There are 33 full-page illustrations of historic pueblo pottery as selected by Jack Silverman and described by Francis Harlow.
Condition: book is in excellent condition. Cover has a crease in lower right