4 edition of Native American basketry of the Seneca and Tlingit found in the catalog.
Native American basketry of the Seneca and Tlingit
A combined ed. of two separately published works: Seneca splint basketry / Marjorie Lismer. 1941. and Spruce root basketry of the Alaska Tlingit / Frances Paul. 1944.
|Statement||edited by Richard C. Schneider.|
|Contributions||Schneider, Richard C., 1929-, Lismer, Marjorie., Paul, Frances Lackey, 1889-1970.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
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Basketry has been practiced for thousands of years by Native peoples of North America. It is an art form which often combines both utilitarian and aesthetic qualities. Baskets are made for a variety of purposes, including food gathering and storage, furnishings, garments and ceremonial uses. 10 Native American Baskets, including 5 miniatures. 1st item: Choctaw square bottom cane egg basket by Nancy King, original Craftsmen's Guild of Mississippi tag attached. 6 3/4" H x 4 1/2" D x 5" W. 20th century. 2nd item: Algonquin birch bark basket with squared bottom, seamed construction and wrapped rim. 4 1/4" H x [ ].
Native American basketry continues to fuel the curiosity and capture the admiration of scholars, collectors, and the general public. In recent years there has been a resurgence of interest in both the artistic value and ethnological quality of the basketry of the native peoples of North America. Tlingit: US - Northwest: Basket making was one of the oldest and most important arts in the Tlingit economy. Woven basketry was fairly prominent in all coastal Native groups from the Aleutian Chain to the Columbia River. Many baskets, mats, bags, etc. were .
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A unique and comprehensive study of the rich tradition of American Indian art from the sociological, anthropological and art-historical viewpoints. Covering years and over 60 tribes, the art. The book, edited by award-winning beadwork artist and NMAI curator Emil Her Many Horses (Oglala Lakota), presents a fascinating array of Native women’s clothing from the Plains, Plateau, and Great Basin regions of the United States and Canada, dating from the s to the present.
Both known and unrecorded makers’ innovative visions are manifest in a wide variety of aesthetic forms and media—from painting, sculpture, and drawing to costume, ceramics, and baskets. Challenging traditional presentations of American Indian art, this publication situates and analyzes them alongside other North American artistic practices.
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Basketry of the Tlingit and Haida 1. Archaeology of Southeast AlaskaBASKETRY OF THE NORTHWEST COAST 2. COLLECTING SPRUCE ROOT Must go out during the spring or early summer The best spots were near sandy shores A digging stick was used to help get the roots.