Lot 352    

Photographic Art Studies of the North American Indian Catalogue by Roland Reed
2009, American Indian Art, April 4
narrow 4to in illustrated paper wraps, Ortonville, Minn. 16pp; each page illustrated with four photomechanical prints of Reed's images.

Provenance:  
The Kramer Gallery; Estate of Roland Reed


Condition:  
Excellent.
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Kwakiutl Wolf  Mask by Tsungani,
Lot # 56 - Kwakiutl Wolf Mask by Tsungani,
1976 carved and painted features augmented with wolf fur and tail; signed, length 16" x height 9". > Item Details
Navajo Eastern Reservation Weaving,
Lot # 235 - Navajo Eastern Reservation Weaving,
first quarter 20th century designed with waterbugs anchoring elongated serrated diamonds, 74.5" x 39.5". > Item Details
Group of San Juan Redware Pottery,
Lot # 676 - Group of San Juan Redware Pottery,
mid 20th century lot of 5, including a Santa Clara bird tray, sizes range from height 1" x diameter 4.25" to 2.25" x length 6". > Item Details
Navajo <i>Yei</i> Weaving by Antoinette Tsosie,
Lot # 639 - Navajo Yei Weaving by Antoinette Tsosie,
contemporary with five Yei figures bordered by squash blossoms; Heard Museum Shop label noting weaver and pattern, 26" x 37". > Item Details
Apache Bow, Quiver, and Arrows,
Lot # 307 - Apache Bow, Quiver, and Arrows,
ca 1870 with red paint decorations on bow case and quiver; edges augmented with fringe, length 35"; sinew-backed bow also decorated with red paint, length 42"; also included are five arrows with red decoration. > Item Details
Navajo Chinle Weaving,
Lot # 610 - Navajo Chinle Weaving,
third quarter 20th century bands of alternating blossoms and railroad tracks are executed in natural, calm colors, 59" x 35". > Item Details
Plateau Beaded Flat Bag,
Lot # 524 - Plateau Beaded Flat Bag,
first quarter 20th century beaded on hide; one side depicting a mountainous view with a waterfall; opposite showing a potted flowers; lined with patterned cotton, diameter 11.5". > Item Details
Cree Embroidered Hide Wall Pocket,
Lot # 44 - Cree Embroidered Hide Wall Pocket,
ca 1900 thread-sewn with three pockets and decorated with delicate floral embroidery; edges finished with blue and green polished cotton, length 14.25" x width 6.25". > Item Details
Navajo Matched Sterling Cuffs Signed <i>HC</i> for Henry Clark,
Lot # 247 - Navajo Matched Sterling Cuffs Signed HC for Henry Clark,
ca 1960s with rounded surface stamped with stylized geometrics. Clark worked as a benchsmith for the Navajo Arts and Crafts Guild in 1962 (Wright 1989:37), width 1.5" x inside length 5.5". > Item Details
Northeastern Birchbark Container,
Lot # 732 - Northeastern Birchbark Container,
first - second quarter 20th century length 11" x width 6.25" Daniel C. Beard (1850-1941), a Cincinnati native, was best known as one of the founders of the Boy Scouts of America. Before receiving his nickname of “Uncle Dan,” Beard started his career as a civil engineer, working throughout the Cin... > Item Details
Navajo Concha Belt with Turquoise,
Lot # 264 - Navajo Concha Belt with Turquoise,
ca 1950s with traditional stamping and repousse. Belt with seven conchas and eight butterflies, length of buckle 3.6" x length of concha 3.5". > Item Details
Hopi Bowl by Vesslith A. Lee,
Lot # 666 - Hopi Bowl by Vesslith A. Lee,
ca 2006 heavily potted with traditional feathered and geometric designs on body, height 3.5" x diameter 7". > Item Details
Midewiwin Birchbark Scroll,
Lot # 441 - Midewiwin Birchbark Scroll,
ca 1900 with incised designs of fish swimming among abstract designs, length length 14.2" x width 5.5". Scroll tied to smooth sticks with leather strips. > Item Details
Crow Beaded Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 359 - Crow Beaded Hide Moccasins,
late 19th century thread- and sinew-sewn with beadwork on thick hide using colors of light, medium, and dark blue, greasy yellow, pink, and red white-heart; a badger paw decorates vamps; remnants of red and blue wool along cuffs; wrapped drops hang from tongue, length 11". Plains Indians believe tha... > Item Details
Tesuque Rain Gods,
Lot # 680 - Tesuque Rain Gods,
first quarter 20th century lot of 3, includes one with red painted designs, height 6.25"; PLUS one with blue, orange, red, and white painted designs, height 5"; AND a pair of Cochiti moccasins, height 3" x length 3.75". > Item Details
Eskimo Carved Soapstone Birds,
Lot # 468 - Eskimo Carved Soapstone Birds,
mid 20th century lot of 3, including one by Isara Toots; signed in roman letters, height 6" x width 6"; PLUS another signed in syllabics, height 4.5" x width 7"; AND one unsigned, height 2" x length 6". > Item Details
Navajo Gold Fill Buckle with Turquoise, Carved Coral, and Rhinestones,
Lot # 588 - Navajo Gold Fill Buckle with Turquoise, Carved Coral, and Rhinestones,
third quarter 20th centuryBuckle signed F.T. and G/F for gold fill, length 3.6". > Item Details
Eskimo Carved Ivory Figures,
Lot # 487 - Eskimo Carved Ivory Figures,
mid - late 20th century lot of 4, includes a man ice fishing, height 3.75" x length 4"; PLUS two loons, height 2" x width 3"; PLUS a loon and her chicks, height 2.25" x width 5"; AND a resin cast of a hunter, height 2" x width 4". > Item Details
Eskimo Carved Soapstone Walruses,
Lot # 471 - Eskimo Carved Soapstone Walruses,
third quarter 20th century lot of 2, includes a hefty seal by Mina Emiqutailaq (1921- ); signed in syllabics and with disk number; dated 1974, height 2.5" x length 8.5"; and a walrus signed in syllabics, height 4.5: x length 7". > Item Details
Santa Clara Redware Jar by Linda Cain,
Lot # 294 - Santa Clara Redware Jar by Linda Cain,
1998 in a teardrop form with two bear paws incised on shoulder; signed Linda Cain/ Santa Clara/ Pueblo/ 12-98 on base, height 9.25" x diameter 10". > Item Details
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