Navajo Woman, illegible

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Artist   illegible - View Bio
Title   Navajo Woman
Date Of Work   1959
Dimensions   13 x 14
Notes   Image of Navajo woman in traditional dress.
Navajo women have always been at the core of social and economic control in their culture and occupy a strong position in Navajo life. Women are the potters and weavers, crafts they have been practicing for centuries. Women have traditionally owned the land and livestock, passing these possessions down to their daughters, who have been trained to manage them. Note: damaged bottom right corner. Pinholes on left corner
Price Category   Category A  View Price Categories
Inventory Number   13084