+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ The Pottery Maker ~ Nampeyo. Circa 1910.

heaveninawildflower: ‘The Pottery Maker, Nampeyo (painting pottery). Gelatin silver print by Carl Moon Circa 1904 Image and text courtesy NYPL Digital Gallery

The Pottery Maker, Nampeyo. Photographed 1904-1910. → For more, please visit me at: www.facebook.com/jolly.ollie.77

The Pottery Maker, Nampeyo. Photographed Nampeyo became an inspiration amongst others to continue the traditional styles of making and decorating pottery.

American Indian                                            Pueblo Pottery Makers

Acoma Pueblo, Cibola County, New Mexico, USA - One of the oldest still-inhabited cities in America. via Karen Hartman.

Zia Pueblo Four-color Polychrome Olla  C3134A-jar.jpg + Add to my watchlist         It is always exciting to acquire pottery that has been photographically documented in the early 20th century along with the potter.  That is the situation here with this wonderful Zia olla.  It was photographed around 1935 by Frasher of Pomono, California.  We are including a copy of the photograph in this write-up.  The jar is situated in the lower left corner of the photograph.         Zia Pueblo…

Zina Pueblo Olla, Appears in photo of Zia Pueblo Indian Pottery Maker…

New Mexico is proud of Maria Martinez.  Maria Montoya Poveka Martinez -  Tewa heritage of the San Ildefonso Pueblo in the Rio Grande Valley of New Mexico, Maria Martinez became world renowned for her black on black pottery.  "This process involved burying the unfinished pot in a fire in the ground, covered tightly with sheep or cow dung for fuel.  The amount of air reaching the pottery determined whether the clay remained red or instead turned completely black."

New Mexico is proud of Maria Martinez. Maria Montoya Poveka Martinez - Tewa heritage of the San Ildefonso Pueblo in the Rio Grande Valley of New Mexico, Maria Martinez became world renowned for her black on black pottery.

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