The Living Tradition of Maria Martinez
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300p. A fine copy, in a fine d.j. In addition to being signed and inscribed by the author, this book is also signed by Carl Schaefer Dentzel, Director of the Southwest Museum in Los Angeles, but alas, it is not signed by the artist. Size: 4to - over 9 3/4" - 12" Tall. N° de ref. de la librería 016176
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Recipient of the Western Heritage Award, The Living Tradition of Maria Martinez chronicles the life and work of this major Native American artist-from the rediscovery of the ancient black-on-black pottery technique and its perfection to Martinez's rise to prominence. In this intimate portrait, Susan Peterson traces the development of Maria's talent and vision, and records her success in passing on traditional Indian pottery techniques to the next generations. The 200 color and 140 black-and-white photographs amply document the techniques, the pueblo ambience, and the Martinez family's signature pieces.
This book is the culmination of the author's thirty-year association with Maria and her family. And as the only major book about her since Alice Marriott's classic work in 1948 (reprinted in 1987), its return to print will be welcomed by the thousands of collectors, craftspeople, and historians throughout the country.
Biografía del autor:
SUSAN PETERSON is one of the foremost figures in ceramic education in the United States. She is the author of a number of books on ceramic techniques and artists. Her extensive film series, "Wheels, Kilns, and Clay," was aired by PBS.
Título: The Living Tradition of Maria Martinez
Editorial: Kodansha International, Tokyo
Año de publicación: 1977
Condición del libro: Fine
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Near Fine
Ejemplar firmado: Inscribed and Signed By the Author
Edición: First Edition, No. 35 of 500 Copies.
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