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A survey of Navajo pictorial weaving which comprises over 170 examples selected from hundreds in museum and private collections as well as from major dealers in the field.

Author: Tyrone D. Campbell

Publisher: Avery

ISBN: IND:30000025828785

Category: Indian textile fabrics

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A survey of Navajo pictorial weaving which comprises over 170 examples selected from hundreds in museum and private collections as well as from major dealers in the field.

Woven by the Grandmothers : Nineteenth - Century Navajo Textiles from the National Museum of the American Indian ... Navajo Pictorial Weaving , 18801950 .

Author: Peter Iverson

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 082632715X

Category: History

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Based on archival research, traditional accounts, interviews, historic and contemporary photographs, and firsthand observation, Iverson provides a detailed and up-to-date portrait of the Diné, past and present. An essential resource for anyone interested in Navajo Indians.
2002 By Peter Iverson

Brako , Jeanne , and Bob Morgan 1988 The Care of Navajo Textiles in the Home . ... Joel Kopp , and Kate Kopp 1991 Navajo Pictorial Weaving 1880-1950 : Folk ...

Author: Stefani Salkeld

Publisher: Kiva Publishing

ISBN: 0937808652

Category: Art

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A catalog for a traveling exhibition of Native American folk art presents and describes hand-woven textiles from the Pueblo, Navajo, and New Mexico Hispanic village cultures.
1996 By Stefani Salkeld

Cambell , Tyrone and Joel and Kate Kopp , Navajo Pictorial Weaving , 18801950 . Folk Images of Native Americans ( New York : Dutton Studio Books , 1991 ) .

Author: Joy Porter

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 3039110497

Category: History

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In this volume prominent scholars from across the United States and Europe examine the central significance of place within Native American history and life. They shed new light on this foundational concept within Native American Studies at a time when the idea of place is under fundamental reassessment across disciplines. The studies focus on understanding the American self within each of the varied landscapes of the United States and on recognising the true «place» of American Indian peoples within American history. The contributions to this volume are selected from the conference on «Place and Native American Indian History, Literature and Culture» held on 29-31 March 2006 at the University of Wales, Swansea, U.K. Over one hundred and twenty delegates from across the globe congregated, including the largest gathering of Native American intellectuals yet seen in Europe.
2007 By Joy Porter

Navajo Pictorial Weaving 18801950. New York: Dutton Studio Books. Cancl1ni, Nestor Garcia. 1993. Transforming Modernity: Popular Culture in Mexico.

Author: Tyler Cowen

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9781400825189

Category: Business & Economics

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A Frenchman rents a Hollywood movie. A Thai schoolgirl mimics Madonna. Saddam Hussein chooses Frank Sinatra's "My Way" as the theme song for his fifty-fourth birthday. It is a commonplace that globalization is subverting local culture. But is it helping as much as it hurts? In this strikingly original treatment of a fiercely debated issue, Tyler Cowen makes a bold new case for a more sympathetic understanding of cross-cultural trade. Creative Destruction brings not stale suppositions but an economist's eye to bear on an age-old question: Are market exchange and aesthetic quality friends or foes? On the whole, argues Cowen in clear and vigorous prose, they are friends. Cultural "destruction" breeds not artistic demise but diversity. Through an array of colorful examples from the areas where globalization's critics have been most vocal, Cowen asks what happens when cultures collide through trade, whether technology destroys native arts, why (and whether) Hollywood movies rule the world, whether "globalized" culture is dumbing down societies everywhere, and if national cultures matter at all. Scrutinizing such manifestations of "indigenous" culture as the steel band ensembles of Trinidad, Indian handweaving, and music from Zaire, Cowen finds that they are more vibrant than ever--thanks largely to cross-cultural trade. For all the pressures that market forces exert on individual cultures, diversity typically increases within society, even when cultures become more like each other. Trade enhances the range of individual choice, yielding forms of expression within cultures that flower as never before. While some see cultural decline as a half-empty glass, Cowen sees it as a glass half-full with the stirrings of cultural brilliance. Not all readers will agree, but all will want a say in the debate this exceptional book will stir.
2009-01-10 By Tyler Cowen

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ISBN: UOM:39015058373989

Category: American literature

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NAVAJO PICTORIAL WEAVING 1880-1950 LETTERS , WORDS , LOGOS , AND FRATERNAL SYMBOLS La AOT $ 3850 TEA 13N 3 LOVE ME HE " Tea Net ” and “ Love Me Jove Me " are pictured in NAVAJO PICTORIAL WEAVING 1880-1950 by Campbell and Kopp , page 117 ...

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ISBN: UCSC:32106020157316

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Navajo Pottery . ” Plateau Magazine 58 , no . 2 , ( 1987 ) . Campbell , Tyrone , and Joel and Kate Kopp . Navajo Pictorial Weaving 18801950 . New York : Penguin Books USA , Dutton Studio Books , 1991 .

Author: Donald J. Hagerty

Publisher: Northland Pub

ISBN: 087358693X

Category: Art, American

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Produced in conjunction with Southwest Art magazine. Profiles 100 artists, presenting color plates of paintings and sculptures along with text describing each artist's background and point of view. Arrangements is according to theme: landscapes, animals and wildlife, the romanticized West, cowboys and ranch life, and other Wests.

Campbell , Tyrone and Joel and Kate Kopp 1991 Navajo Pictorial Weaving 1880-1950 . Dutton Studio Books , New York , NY . Coolidge , Dane and Mary Roberts Coolidge 1930 The Navajo Indians . Houghton Mifflin Company , Boston , MA .

Author: Rebecca M. Valette

Publisher: University of Washington Press

ISBN: UOM:39015054146900

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

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"Weaving the Dance is the first book to focus on the early development of a special category of twentieth-century Navajo textiles known as Yeibichai weavings. These weavings are artistic interpretations of the Yeibichai dance, a sacred rite that provides a spectacular conclusion to the nine-day Navajo ceremony known as the Nightway. In spite of their theme, Yeibichai textiles were never intended for ceremonial use, but were produced exclusively for sale to an Anglo clientele willing to pay premium prices for them. Like other textiles featuring ceremonial figures, their appearance in the first decade of the twentieth century nevertheless created controversy among Navajos since traditional beliefs strongly prohibit the reproduction of sacred figures outside a ceremonal context. By the 1930s, scholars were dismissing these novel weavings as bad examples of tourist art and writing them off as a "passing fad." Despite this dire prediction, weaving with ceremonial figures continued to be produced and now constitute a recognized and well-established category of Navajo textiles." "Because of their rarity and their intriguing theme, the first Navajo weavings to feature stylized ceremonal figures in their designs captured the imagination of wealthy collectors. William Randolph Hearst, for example, purchased two such rugs to complement his extensive collection of classic (pre-1870) Navajo blankets. Collectors of Yeibichai weavings include personalities as diverse as Marjorie Merriwether Post, the cereal businesswoman and philanthropist, and Chee Dodge, the Navajo leader who became the first chairman of the Tribal Council in 1923." "Today, early Yeibichai weavings are appreciated not for their ceremonial themes, but for their originality, beauty and relative scarcity. This book traces the stylistic evolution of the genre from the highly original and complex designs created in the 1910-1935 period, to the more standarized patterns which emerged in the late 1930s and 1940s."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Navajo Pictorial Weaving 1880-1950 . New York : Penguin Books USA , Dutton Studio Books , 1991 . Cemy , Charlene . Navajo Pictorial Weaving . Santa Fe : The Museum of New Mexico Foundation , 1975 . Hartman , Russell P. , and Jan Musial ...

Author: Chuck Rosenak

Publisher: Northland Pub

ISBN: IND:30000041155791

Category: Art

Page: 163

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Authors Chuck and Jan Rosenak, renowned collectors of American folk art, embarked in 1983 on a ten-year journey through one of the last outposts of America's shrinking West, the Navajo Nation. In the flickering firelight of a Yeibichai dance, in a sun-dappled brush arbor, in the cool of an adobe trading post, they found innovative folk art and the remarkable individuals behind the art. Among the Diné, the People, artists brave taboos to express their personal visions, picking up cardboard and cottonwood, clay and wool to produce wonderful, whimsical, warm-hearted creations. Within these pages, these artists receive the recognition they deserve.--From publisher description.
1994 By Chuck Rosenak

Navajo Pottery . ” Plateau Magazine 58 , no . 2 ( 1987 ) . Campbell , Tyrone , Joel Kopp , and Kate Kopp . Navajo Pictorial Weaving 18801950 . New York : Penguin Books USA , Dutton Studio Books , 1991 . Cheek , Lawrence .

Author: Chuck Rosenak

Publisher: Rio Nuevo Pub

ISBN: UCSC:32106019859534

Category: Art

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A definitive guide to the folk art of the Navajo draws on the authors' two-decade experience as collectors of such unique pieces as polka-dotted chickens, purple pickup trucks, and a grandmother riding a giraffe, in a tribute that celebrates the form's creativity, humor, and relevance. Original.
2008 By Chuck Rosenak

Tyrone Campbell , Joel Kopp , and Kate Kopp , Navajo Pictorial Weaving 1880-1950 : Folk Art Images of Native Americans ( New York : Dutton Studio Books , 1991 ) 10 : 199 . Gladys A. Reichard , Navajo Religion ( Arizona : U of Arizona P ...

Author: Jehanne Teilhet-Fisk

Publisher: University of Washington Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105020191917

Category: Art

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Navajo Pictorial Weaving 1880-1950 : Folk Art Images of Native Americans . New York : Dutton Studio Books , 1991 ; Santa Fe : University of New Mexico Press , 1995 . Cassedy , Susannah . “ The Thaw Collection . ” Museum News . Vol .

Author: Fenimore art museum (Cooperstown, N.Y).

Publisher: University of Washington Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105028584923

Category: Art

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Presents a catalog of objects from the Thaw collection, which contains rare examples of Native American art, from 500 B.C. to the present day.

Author: Howard M. Bahr

Publisher: Native American Bibliography

ISBN: STANFORD:36105023664506

Category: History

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The Navajo are the largest tribe of Indians in the United States and, due in part to a fascination with their relative isolation, have been analyzed in numerous documentaries. In this timely supplement to the Navajo Bibliography, Howard M. Bahr engages in a unique postmodern approach to his bibliography of the Navajo culture by combining health-related, artistic, economic, religious, social, scientific, and other literature on the Navajo into one study. The bibliography skillfully downplays disciplinary boundaries by unifying literature that has previously only offered separate classification and access. The more than 6,300 entries are selectively annotated and cover Navajo literature from 1970 to 1990, as well as newly discovered literature, including Franciscans' literature, that was not included in the original Navajo Bibliography. This bibliography is not only the most comprehensive bibliography to date in its coverage of more than two decades of new material, but the only source that supplements the professional literature with local and cultural works. An exhaustive resource that effectively doubles the expanse of Navajo literature surveyed and indexed, Diné Bibliography to the 1990s is an invaluable tool that both highlights the literature already available and expands such data to include coverage of genres that have been previously underrepresented.
1999 By Howard M. Bahr

... Camille Saint - Jacques Iconography : justice see 06711 Dominique De Bardonnèche - Berglund Iconography : kachinas see 07973 Navajo pictorial weaving 1880-1950 : folk images of Native Americans Iconography : kimonos see 06749 Mirror ...

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ISBN: UCSC:32106020980162

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Abstracts of journal articles, books, essays, exhibition catalogs, dissertations, and exhibition reviews. The scope of ARTbibliographies Modern extends from artists and movements beginning with Impressionism in the late 19th century, up to the most recent works and trends in the late 20th century. Photography is covered from its invention in 1839 to the present. A particular emphasis is placed upon adding new and lesser-known artists and on the coverage of foreign-language literature. Approximately 13,000 new entries are added each year. Published with title LOMA from 1969-1971.
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Collection of Howard Cockrill NYEN BIBLIOGRAPHY 1 | Campbell , Tyrone and Kate & Joel Kopp , Navajo Pictorial Weaving 1880-1950 , Albuquerque , New Mexico 1995 2 Newcomb , Franc Johnson . Hosteen Klah , Navajo Medicine Man & Sandpainter ...

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Griffin - Pierce admits that " constellations do not carry a heavy load in Navajo ” culture at this point ; since their ... UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS , AUSTIN - THOMAS MEYERS Navajo Pictorial Weaving 1880-1950 by Tyrone Campbell and Joel and ...

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Campbell , Tyrone D. Navajo Pictorial Weaving , 18801950 : Folk Art Images of Native Americans . New York : Dutton Studio Books , 1991 . Cannon , Donald J. Heritage of Flames : The Illustrated History of Early American Firefighting .

Author: Deborah Harding

Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications

ISBN: STANFORD:36105111953167

Category: Art

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Presents various articles showcasing early patriotic images, including stars and stripes, the Statue of Liberty, and George Washinton decorating such items as quilts, weather vanes, and pitchers.
2002 By Deborah Harding

N. Y. 10021 • 212-535-1930 SO VAN IL IL n 3 PICTORIAL NAVAJO RUG 1915-1925 71/2 " x 441/2 " Illustrated in Navajo Pictorial Weaving 1880-1950 by Campbell & Kopp THOS.K.WOODARD AMERICAN ANTIQUES & QUILTS COVER Carl Kle County ,

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