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Eagle Dancer Vignette

Julian Martinez

About The Eagle Dancer Vignette

This man's sense of design was sparse, as though he understood the strength of chi residing in his compositions.

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This man's sense of design was sparse, as though he understood the strength of chi residing in his compositions.

About the Artist Maria Montoya married Julian Martinez in 1904. Their unorthodox honeymoon was spent in St. Louis demonstrating pottery and dancing for the visitors to the World's Fair. Julian Martinez's family was made up of farmers and basket makers. An accomplished watercolorist, Julian was one of the founders of the Pueblo Painting style along with Crescencio Martinez and Alfredo Montoya. Martinez continued decorating his wife's pottery from 1904 until his death in 1943.
Medium Gouache (opaque watercolor) on tan paper
Sight size 9 3/4" height X 12 3/4" width
Frame Glass, black finished wood molding (that is not worthy of the painting)
Frame size 10 1/2" height X 13" width
Signed "Julian Martinez" at viewer's lower right
Condition Good, not excellent due to brownish staining at lower center, immediately below figure's right foot, also upper left and upper right corners.
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