THE FLAG IN AMERICAN INDIAN ART


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  • Subject: Native American Art
  • Item # C4076L
  • Date Published: Soft cover, first edition, 1993
  • Size: 120 pages
  • Price: $37.50

The Flag in American Indian Art includes fifty-four examples from the Clare and Eugene Thaw Collection and sixty-seven lent by Kate and Joel Kopp. The two collections form the most extensive assemblage of images of the American flag in American Indian art. They include the work of more than two dozen different peoples, from the Iroquois of the Northeast to the Makah of Neah Bay at the entrance to Puget Sound, from the Navajo in the Southwest to the Athapaskan of Alaska.  When seen together, the objects present a multitude of different forms, uses, construction techniques, and design. Depictions of the American flag vary from close facsimiles to near abstractions.

 

THE FLAG IN AMERICAN INDIAN ART

By Toby Herbst and Joel Kopp

Publisher: University of Washington Press for the New York State Historical Association

Soft cover, first edition, 1993.  120 pages

  • Subject: Native American Art
  • Item # C4076L
  • Date Published: Soft cover, first edition, 1993
  • Size: 120 pages
  • Price: $37.50

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