This exhaustive volume covers the period from circa 1800 to the present and includes the pottery of Acoma, Cochiti, Isleta, Jemez, Pecos, Laguna, Sandia, San Felipe, Santa Ana, Santo Domingo, Tigua/Isleta del Sur, Zia and Zuni Pueblos. This is a guide to Pueblo pottery designed specifically for the collector and consists primarily of artist biographies paired with photographic examples of the potters' works. The artist biographies provide birth dates (when known), information about family lineage, awards won by the potters and titles of other publications in which the artists' works have appeared. From Dr. Gregory Schaaf’s American Indian Arts Series, this book is an essential resource for Native American pottery collectors.
- Author: Gregory Schaaf
- Hardcover: 344 pages
- Publisher: Ciac Pr; 1st edition (January 1, 2002)
- ISBN-10: 0966694856
- Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 8.8 x 1.1 inches
About the Artist
Dr. Gregory Schaaf is the Director of the Center for Indigenous Arts & Cultures in Santa Fe. He earned his doctorate in American Indian History and a degree in Art History at the University of California, Santa Barbara. During his distinguished teaching career, he became an Associate Professor and Coordinator of Native American Studies Programs. As a recognized scholar, he addressed the United Nations and testified before the United States Senate on Indian Affairs. He is the author of the American Indian Art Series; Wampum Belts & Peace Trees; Franklin, Jefferson, & Madison: On Religion & the State; The U.S. Constitution and the Great Law of Peace.
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