The Pueblo Potter: A Study of Creative Imagination in Primitive Art

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Courier Corporation, Jan 1, 1972 - Crafts & Hobbies - 134 pages
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Explores the techniques, forms, and designs used in the pottery of Indian tribes of the American Southwest.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Outlines of typical pueblo vessels
9
THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
13
Design arrangements on Zuni jars
14
Modern Zuni water jars
15
Old Zuni jars about 1875
17
Old Zuni jars 18501875
19
Design arrangements on Zuni bowls
21
Design arrangements on Hopi jars
40
Design arrangements on Hopi bowls
43
Modern vases from San Ildefonso
45
THE PERSONAL ELEMENT IN DESIGN
49
Old San Ildefonso jars
59
SYMBOLISM
69
Zuni jars early 19th century
77
CONCLUSION
86

Prayermeal bowls
25
Pottery drums from Zuni
26
Modern Acoma jars
31
Design arrangements on Acoma jars
34
Old Acoma jars about 1875
37
Modern Hopi jars
39
XXIXXXII Zuni design elements 93115
97
Hopi designs 118119
118
XXXVXXXVIII San Ildefonso designs 123127
123
BIBLIOGRAPHY
129
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