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Pueblo Indian Printing - Tradition and Modernism in New Mexico, 1900-1930 (Hardcover, 1st ed) Loot Price: R620 Discovery Miles 6 200 You Save: R65 (9%)
Pueblo Indian Printing - Tradition and Modernism in New Mexico, 1900-1930 (Hardcover, 1st ed): J.J. Broody
Pueblo Indian Printing - Tradition and Modernism in New Mexico, 1900-1930 (Hardcover, 1st ed): J.J. Broody

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Pueblo Indian Printing - Tradition and Modernism in New Mexico, 1900-1930 (Hardcover, 1st ed)

J.J. Broody

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A new tradition of Pueblo fine art painting appeared in the first three decades of the 20th century, born out of a dynamic encounter between the Pueblo and Euro-American communities in and around Santa Fe, New Mexico. Traditional Pueblo art had been created to support community values and was integral to the ritual and daily life of the people, but the painting style that developed after 1900 was novel in every way, involving new subject matter, new media, and a new audience of Euro-American artists, intellectuals, and art patrons. The young Pueblo artists who created the new genre merged their Pueblo traditons with the aesthetic principles of Euro-American modernism to create an entirely new art form emblematic of the changing relationship between the two cultures.

In Pueblo Indian Painting, renowned art historian J. J. Brody presents the first complete history of this vibrant art. Based on the extensive Pueblo painting collections of the School of American Research in Santa Fe and richly illustrated in color and black and white, the book traces the lives and examines the achievements of seven artists who were key to the evolution of Pueblo painting: Fred Kabotie and Otis Polelonema of Hopi, Velino Shije Herrera of Zia, and Crescencio Martinez (Ta'E), Tonita Pena (Quah Ah), Alfonso Roybal (Awa Tsireh), and Abel Sanchez (Oqwa Pi) of San Ildefonso. Brody also explores the role played by the patrons who supported and promoted the Pueblo artists' work, individuals such as Mary Austin, Alice Corbin Henderson, Edgar Lee Hewett, Oliver. La Farge, Mabel Dodge Luhan, John Sloan, and Amelia Elizabeth White. Pueblo Indian Paintings places this important but under-appreciated fine art traditionsquarely within the contexts of Pueblo culture and Euro-American modernism, bringing long-overdue recognition to the tradition and its preeminent practitioners as a vital part of American art history.

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Imprint: School of American Research Press,U.S.
Country of origin: United States
Release date: 1997
Authors: J.J. Broody
Dimensions: 290 x 259 x 22mm (L x W x T)
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 238
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN-13: 978-0-933452-45-9
Barcode: 9780933452459
Categories: Books > Arts & Architecture > Art forms, treatments & subjects > Painting & paintings
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LSN: 0-933452-45-4

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