Polychrome Jar (Olla) with Curvilinear Geometric Motifs and Abstract Birds within Bold Frames
New Mexico (Object made in)
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On bottom, in white: "K.M.C" (Perhaps Kenneth M. Chapman)
23.5 × 29.2 cm (9 1/4 × 12 1/2 in.)
Prior gift of James W. Ellsworth
Extended information about this artwork
Kenneth M. Chapman, Pueblo Indian Pottery: 50 reproductions in color from specimens in the famous collection of the Indian Arts Fund, vol. 2 (Nice, France: C. Szwedzicki, 1933-1936), plate 88 [reproduction of black-and-white photography with hand-coloring by K. M. Chapman].
Kenneth M. Chapman, Santa Fe, NM, by 1932 [according to Chapman, 1933–1963, plate 88; note and correspondence from K. Chapman, Sept. 8, 1961 and Oct. 28, 1961, copy in curatorial object file]; by exchange to the Art Institute, 1961.
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