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Master Weaver Evelyn George (Dine, 20th century) Navajo Two Grey Hills Weaving / Rug

finely woven wool woven in natural colors of tans, brown, black, and cream; designed with floral inspired diamonds and anchor points formed of pronged blocks, 56 x 36 in.
third quarter 20th century

Identified as a master weaver in Mark Winter's 2011 book, The Master Weavers: Celebrating One Hundred Years of Navajo Textile Artists from the Toadlena/Two Grey Hills Weaving Region.

Master Weaver Evelyn George has three generations of Master Weavers in her family, herself, two daughters, Dorothy Lowe and Emily Watchman, and her granddaughter, Stacy Watchman. This rug features the gold and gray wool from her sheep.


Provenance:From the John Andrews Collection, Native Jackets

Estimate: $2,500 - $3,000
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