This basket is in very good to near excellent condition, with some minor fading to the front side. Includes original tag signed "Lorena Kewewayouu, Second Mesa, Arizona, Hopi Pal-Hek-Mana." Acquired from a private collection in Arizona.
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Original Maynard Dixon poster for Apache Trail - Southern Pacific Lines
22.75 x 15.75 inches (L x W)
The Maynard Dixon Museum is permanent exhibition of the lifework of Maynard Dixon, including original oils, watercolors, drawings and poetry. The Museum contains Dixon’s easel, along with a wide collection of original photographs. Over 75 books illustrated by Maynard Dixon, letters and ephemera are on display. Admission is free. Located inside Medicine Man Gallery Tucson.
San Ildefonso Polychrome Pictorial Tile with Eagle Dancer, c. 1920
This pottery is in very good condition. There is slight surface wear, craquelure, and fire clouds on the backside. Includes a custom stand. Acquired from the New York State Historical Society collection. They received it from a private collector who had collected from the 1870s to the 1930s. Commissioned for a Boys' Boarding School in Los Alamos in 1920s.
This textile is in near excellent condition; there is some minor color run along the bottom edge and the corners are curling slightly. The warp count is 7 and the weft count is 28, per inch. Featured on Episode 306 of Arizona Collectibles (Season 3, about 12 minutes in episode 306). Acquired from an old family collection in Arizona. Owner inherited this through family. Owner's grandfather was a trader in New Mexico and acquired this rug in the 1930s. Published in Native American Art magazine, August/September 2018 issue, page 258.
38.5" x 30" framed. Acquired from a private collection in Arizona. Fritz Scholder had donated this edition to the University of Arizona School of Art in Tucson, AZ in 1985. The owner had purchased this from the university in 1986.