PUEBLO STORIES and STORYTELLERS [SOLD]


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Mark Bahti
  • Subject: Native American Pottery
  • Item # C4025H
  • Date Published: Softcover, 1988, first edition, new condition
  • Size: 56 pages - illustrated
  • SOLD

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PUEBLO STORIES and STORYTELLERS by Mark Bahti

Treasure Chest Books, Tucson

Softcover, 1988, first edition, new condition

 

Book Description

Here is the new edition of one of our most popular titles, revised and redesigned for a whole new generation of enthusiasts. Storyteller figures represent one of the more recent developments underway in Native American art today. And the continued demand for Mark Bahti's delightful book about these figures and the traditions from which they spring is a testament to their enormous appeal. Bahti has gathered together a new collection of storyteller figures to show the latest trends in the art form and has revised the text introducing each pueblo and its stories. New pronunciation notes help in reading them aloud, and new photographs illustrate the process of making the dolls. Pueblo Stories and Storytellers remains the most comprehensive and reasonably priced introduction to the subject on the market!

 

Contents

Storyteller Beginnings

Working with the Clay

Storytelling

Tiwa Pueblos

        Isleta

        Taos

Towa Pueblo

        Jemez

Tewa Pueblos

        Santa Clara

        San Ildefonso

        Nambe

        Tesuque

        San Juan

Zuni Pueblo

Hopi Pueblos

Navajo Traditions

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Mark Bahti
  • Subject: Native American Pottery
  • Item # C4025H
  • Date Published: Softcover, 1988, first edition, new condition
  • Size: 56 pages - illustrated
  • SOLD

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