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Topic: pottery

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Zato to urushikaki

Zato to urushikaki

Print shows Zato, a blind man, walking into a man applying a coat of lacquer to a piece of pottery.

Goncharnyia izdieliia. Domashniaia utvar'

Goncharnyia izdieliia. Domashniaia utvar'

Photograph shows a display of pottery utensils.

Goncharnyia izdieliia. Domashniaia utvar'

Goncharnyia izdieliia. Domashniaia utvar'

Photograph shows a display of pottery utensils.

Goncharnyia izdieliia. Domashniaia utvar'

Goncharnyia izdieliia. Domashniaia utvar'

Photograph shows a display of pottery utensils, including several bowls.

Goncharnyia izdieliia. Domashniaia utvar'

Goncharnyia izdieliia. Domashniaia utvar'

Photograph shows a display of pottery utensils.

Goncharnyia izdieliia. Domashniaia utvar'

Goncharnyia izdieliia. Domashniaia utvar'

Photograph shows a display of pottery utensils.

Dream

Dream

Drawing shows a boy or young man sitting on the back of a bull lying on the ground; the boy is playing a flute and has a sieve-like basket and a small sickle with him.

Vase

Vase

Drawing shows a vase with various designs painted on it.

Artistic designs

Artistic designs

Drawing shows two circles, on the left is with a rabbit, possibly churning butter, on the right is a three-legged bird.

Our party at Zuni, N.M. Sept. 14th '82 / by Comrade Ben Wittick.

Our party at Zuni, N.M. Sept. 14th '82 / by Comrade Ben Wittick.

Group of men, women and children including General John Alexander Logan (12), John Alexander Logan, Jr. (14), artists of the U.S. Geological Survey (15 & 16), Army officers, and a Zuni man (9) seated and standi... more

[Ancient pottery and Aztec statue]

[Ancient pottery and Aztec statue]

Photographs show displays of Aztec sculpture and pottery, probably at the National Museum of Mexico, Mexico City.

View of a third room, in which a great deal of pottery and many stone implements were unearthed in ruin shown in view 42 & 44

View of a third room, in which a great deal of pottery and many stone ...

Photograph shows two men standing at an archaeological excavation site containing clay pots.

A stand for ornaments

A stand for ornaments

A stand for ornaments, containing pottery and other objects, in the house of William Burges, London.

Market scene--Veracruz

Market scene--Veracruz

Open-air pottery market.

[Study of figure of Arts in the mural Peace and prosperity, no. 3]

[Study of figure of Arts in the mural Peace and prosperity, no. 3]

Study drawing shows a boy, nude, crouching facing left as he holds a vase. This is a study for the figure of Arts in the Library of Congress mural Peace and prosperity, who faces right in the final rendering. T... more

Pottery
Pottery
Peasants of the Riviera, South France

Peasants of the Riviera, South France

Woman with two children, one in a basket on her back, carries basket filled with pottery.

Pottery
Pottery
Pottery
Pottery
Pottery
Pottery
Pottery
Pottery
Pottery
Pottery
Pottery
"Old Chinese" made by Makudsu
Pottery
Pottery
Nunipayo [i.e. Nampeyo] decorating pottery

Nunipayo [i.e. Nampeyo] decorating pottery

Photograph show Tewa Hopi potter Nampeyo seated on mat painting designs on pottery.

Making pottery, Cuba

Making pottery, Cuba

Native women making pottery outdoors.

A Fellahin bed

A Fellahin bed

Two women, one with child in home.

Inspecting her wares

Inspecting her wares

Portrait of an Indian woman, probably in New Mexico, seated, inspecting her pottery.

Indian pottery burner

Indian pottery burner

Indian woman baking pottery.

[En Al Leih]

[En Al Leih]

En Al Leih, Indian woman, half-length portrait, facing left, with decorated clay pot on head.

Zuni potter

Zuni potter

Zuni woman kneeling on animal skin on floor, making pottery.

[Zuni water carriers]

[Zuni water carriers]

Two females, full length, wearing blankets, pots on heads.

Primitive artists--Indian women decorating pottery, Hopi Reservation, Arizona

Primitive artists--Indian women decorating pottery, Hopi Reservation, ...

Four Hopi women, two are decorating pottery and two, with squash-blossom hairstyles, are standing in the background.

Primative methods-- a Hopi Squaw coiling clay into pottery, Oraibi, Ariz.

Primative methods-- a Hopi Squaw coiling clay into pottery, Oraibi, Ar...

Photograph shows a woman coiling clay into pottery, Hopi Indian reservation, Arizona.

Zuni girl with jar

Zuni girl with jar

Head-and-shoulders portrait of Zuni girl with pottery jar on her head.

The potter

The potter

Photograph shows Japanese artist sitting on the floor making pottery; room filled with finished vessels.

At the old well of Acoma

At the old well of Acoma

Photo shows an Acoma girl, seated on rock, watching as another girl fills a pottery vessel with water from a pool.

Acoma roadway

Acoma roadway

Group of Acoma women, carrying pottery vessels, descending between rock formations.

Among the rocks--Acoma

Among the rocks--Acoma

Group of Acoma Indians, with pottery vessels at their feet, surrounded by rock formation.

Pottery burners at Santa Clara

Pottery burners at Santa Clara

Photograph shows two women, probably Tewa, tending a fire pit, Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico.

A morning chat--Acoma

A morning chat--Acoma

Four Acoma women with pottery vessels gathered at watering hole.

A Sandomingo pedler [i.e. Santo Domingo peddler]

A Sandomingo pedler [i.e. Santo Domingo peddler]

Portrait of Indian man seated, posing with pottery, New Mexico.

The potter

The potter

Hopi woman painting small pottery vessel.

"The Pottery painter" Isleta

"The Pottery painter" Isleta

Portrait of Indian woman seated, painting pottery.

Primitive manufacturing - natives making pottery, Fiji Islands

Primitive manufacturing - natives making pottery, Fiji Islands

Stereograph shows four women sitting on the banks of a river making pottery.

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