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Navajo Woman Holding Pot

Elizabeth Manygoats

About The Navajo Woman Holding Pot

This proud woman is supporting a well-formed pottery olla on her lap.  Turquoise heishi is draped around her neck in brilliant contrast to her primary red blouse.

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This proud woman is supporting a well-formed pottery olla on her lap.  Turquoise heishi is draped around her neck in brilliant contrast to her primary red blouse.

About the Artist One of Betty Manygoats' daughters, Elizabeth is recognized as a skilled potter when it comes to creating hand-built pottery vessels and vignettes using traditional firing methods. Elizabeth is especially assocated with appliqued horny toads, as well as ears of corn and prickly pear cacti. Her pictorial scenes of Navajo life are particularly unique. Originally from Tonalea, Arizona, Elizabeth sometimes dates her pottery with the year they were made.
Medium Polychrome pottery
Size 5 1/2" height X 4 1/4" length X 3 1/2" depth
Signed "E.M." inscribed underneath
Date of creation Circa 2008
Condition Mint !!!
Provenance JM