Published May 30, 2004
by Heyday Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
Panamint Shoshone basketry: an American art form. Eva Slater. Sagebrush Press, - Crafts & Hobbies - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are Mamie Reynolds Mary Wrinkle Maturango Museum Mecham Meysson miles Museum Fig Owens Lake Owens Valley Paiute Panamint Mountains Panamint Shoshone basket Panamint Shoshone women. Panamint Indian Basket Books: Slater, Eva PANAMINT SHOSHONE BASKETRY An American Art Form Sagebrush Press Morongo Valley, CA Nov. 1st edition mint, trade paper edition limited to copies pages x inches, outstanding color & historic b&w photos. Click Here To View Book. The Panamint used twining and coiling methods for their basketry. They were made from strands or wefts of willow, or more rarely, of sumac on shoots of willow. The Panamint Indians often decorated their baskets with butterflies, birds, snakes, geometric shapes, and other characters. Panamint-Shoeshone-Basketry-An-American-Art-Cx Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Download Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Ebook PDF:Work on documents anywhere using the Acrobat Reader mobile app Its packed with all the tools you need to convert edit and sign PDFs You can use your device camera to capture a document whiteboard or receipt and save it as a.
Panamint Shoshone Basketry is the product of years of Slater’s research on an art largely ignored in the fields of art history and cultural studies. Before the creation of this book, the Panamint people and their art form have only a scattered page or paragraph allotted to them in literature. PANAMINT SHOSHONE BASKETRY an American Art Form. by Eva Slater. Publisher: Sagebrush Press, Morongo Valley, California. Soft cover, first edition, , pages, illustrated with historic photographs and color illustrations. Eva Slater, a collector, artist, and scholar of Panamint basketry, wrote this book in This is a First Edition and is in new condition. In the book, Ms. Slater reviews the characteristics of Panamint baskets and she identifies important early basket makers as well as early basket collectors. The Shoshone language belongs to the Numic group of the large Uto-Aztecan language family. The homeland of the Numic-speaking groups in the .
Shop traditional, polychrome and pictorial style Native American collection includes Salish, Pomo, Papago, Penobscot, Pima, Panamint, Apache, Yokut. The Shoshone also used their basketry as a utilitarian object, rather than selling them or using them for barter. (2) This particular shallow gathering basket was made by Mrs. Soldier Boy, a resident of the Fort Hall Reservation. 1. Turnbaugh, Sarah P., and William A. Turnbaugh. Indian Baskets. Atglen, PA: Schifter Publishing, Square Panamint basket with four rams. 2 1/2"H x 5 1/2" x 6" PERIOD: Last quarter 19th Century ORIGIN: Panamint, Great Basin SIZE: 2 1/2"H x 5 1/2" x 6". OLD ANTIQUE CALIFORNIA PANAMINT INDIAN Baskets museum pictures s s s.: PANAMINT INDIAN BASKETS. This RIVERSIDE MUNICIPAL MUSEUM case features fine turn-of-the-century Panamint Indian basketry and illustrates the great research, care and visual presentation that the museum curators put into their extensive California Indian public Native American Indian museum .