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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Arapaho Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag,
Lot # 385 - Arapaho Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag,
mid 19th century thread- and sinew-sewn using seed beads and small (13/0) beads in colors of white, black, and pea green, rose, and greasy yellow; edge seams edged with red wool and tabbed opening with faded green wool; hide thongs with remnants of quillwork; tin cones hang from tabs; motif repeated... > Item Details
Eskimo Carved Soapstone Hunter and Walrus by Johnassie Iqaluq (1934- ),
Lot # 466 - Eskimo Carved Soapstone Hunter and Walrus by Johnassie Iqaluq (1934- ),
mid 20th century signed in syllabics and disk number, height 7.5" x width 10.5". > Item Details
Acoma Jar,
Lot # 662 - Acoma Jar,
second quarter 20th century painted with traditional geometrics on body, height 5" x diameter 7.5". > 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
Platinum Print Photograph of a Gros Ventres Man by Pressler,
Carved Zuni Golden Eagle Bolo Signed <i>Ray & Evangeline Wyaco</i>,
Lot # 582 - Carved Zuni Golden Eagle Bolo Signed Ray & Evangeline Wyaco,
third quarter 20th centuryBolo illustrates an eagle landing and has matching tips, height 4" x width 3". > Item Details
Award Winning Navajo Pine Pitch Basket by Emma Allen,
Lot # 717 - Award Winning Navajo Pine Pitch Basket by Emma Allen,
ca 1970with Second Place ribbon from Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial in Gallup, New Mexico, 1970, height 13.75" x diameter 13". Basket with braided horsehair handles. > Item Details
Apache Beaded Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 305 - Apache Beaded Hide Moccasins,
ca 1900 thread-sewn with heavy beadwork in colors of black, greasy yellow, rose, light and dark blue, pink, and white; German silver buttons, length 10". > Item Details
Apache Polychrome Olla,
Lot # 174 - Apache Polychrome Olla,
ca 1900 designed with forty-nine dogs nestled within larger diamonds; crosses and thicker diamonds augmented with yucca root, height 22" x 21". > Item Details
Navajo Sterling Roadrunners Plus Zuni Channel Pieces,
Lot # 573 - Navajo Sterling Roadrunners Plus Zuni Channel Pieces,
mid 20th century lot of 6. Includes a cast silver roadrunner with turquoise eye, length 2.1"; PLUS another roadrunner with inlay turquoises, length 1.75"; PLUS a bird in flight signed RC and sterling; PLUS a Zuni inlay belt tip (no buckle), length 1.25"; PLUS another Zuni belt tip and keeper (no bu... > Item Details
Navajo Chinle Weaving,
Lot # 614 - Navajo Chinle Weaving,
third quarter 20th century banded with designs of corn leaves and railroad tracks, 78.5" x 84". > 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
Acoma Vase by Dorothy Torivio,
Lot # 276 - Acoma Vase by Dorothy Torivio,
contemporary tear-drop shape with a repetitive, graduating geometric patterns; signed on base, height 5" x diameter 6.5". > Item Details
Guatemalan Nuestra Senora de Salud de Patzcuaro Bultos.
Lot # 314 - Guatemalan Nuestra Senora de Salud de Patzcuaro Bultos.
late 19th centuryshown with identifying features. Virgin, known as Our Lady of Health of Patzcuaro, is depicted praying, standing with a moon at her feet, and wearing a dress painted with roses, height w/stand 16.25". Virgin with small holes at back of her head for halo. > Item Details
Plains Stone Head Club,
Lot # 433 - Plains Stone Head Club,
late 19th century hide with yellow pigment and red tempera bands, length 29". > Item Details
Blackfoot Beaded Martingale,
Lot # 396 - Blackfoot Beaded Martingale,
ca 1900 thread-sewn with floral beadwork on blue wool and with canvas backing; hide strands beaded with tubular beads and finished with thimbles and shell casings, length 45". > Item Details
Apache Child's Flophead Club,
Lot # 719 - Apache Child's Flophead Club,
ca 1900 wooden handle covered with sinew-sewn hide; blond horsehair finishes club, length 12". > Item Details
Navajo Germantown Weaving,
Lot # 158 - Navajo Germantown Weaving,
ca 1900 eyedazzling design in colors of red, green, black, and cream; with fringe alternating in these colors, 49" x 40". > Item Details
Navajo <i>Yei</i> Weaving,
Lot # 632 - Navajo Yei Weaving,
second quarter 20th century with four Yei figures holding arrows, bows, and corn plants surrounded by the Rainbow Guardian, 51.5" x 31.5". > Item Details
Plains Arrows,
Lot # 414 - Plains Arrows,
19th century lot of 8, all with forged steel points attached to shafts with sinew; red and blue pigment, average length 26.5". > Item Details
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