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Pre-Columbian Art

May 11 – June 22, 1970

 
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Seated Man with Drum
Sculpture
3 1/2 inches high
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Standing Male Figure Holding Shield and Club
Sculpture
4 3/4 inches high
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Standing Female Figure with Child on Back
Sculpture
3 7/8 inches high
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Whistle Showing Tiger Diety Devouring Man
5 1/8 inches high
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Hacha
13 1/4 inches high
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Standing Male Figure
Copper
2 7/8 inches high
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Incense burner, sculptured relief figure at front
16 1/2 inches high
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Vessel in the form of a Coatimundi
9 inches long
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Hacha in the form of a Young Deer
8 1/2 inches high
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Aztec Miniature Vessels
Courtesy of the Field Museum of Natural History
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Brazier
Courtesy of the Field Museum of Natural History
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Tripod Grater Bowl
Courtesy of the Field Museum of Natural History
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Stone Figure of Jaguar
Courtesy of the Field Museum of Natural History
 
Pre-Columbian Art
"Padlock" Stone
Courtesy of the Field Museum of Natural History
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Effigy Vessel
Courtesy of the Field Museum of Natural History
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Beaker
Courtesy of the Field Museum of Natural History
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Seated Joined Male-Female Pair
Painted terra cotta
14 inches tall
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Painted Mayan Plate
10 1/2 inches diameter
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Buff Mayan Tripod Plate
13 1/2 inches diameter
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Seated Pulque Drinker
Painted terra cotta
12 1/4 inches tall
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Seated Female, Head on Chin
Terra cotta
9 inches tall
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Coatimundi (Head) Vessel
Black terra cotta
6 3/4 inches long
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Painted Mayan Cylindrical Vessel
6 1/2 inches high, 5 inchs diameter
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Seated Female Curiously Abstracted
Painted terra cotta
6 1/4 inches high
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Standing Warrior with Shield
Painted terra cotta
7 inches high
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Seated Figure
Painted terra cotta
7 3/4 inches high
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Dance Group - 15 Figures
Buff terra cotta
9 1/2 inches diameter
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Seated Male, Arms on Knees
Terra cotta
16 1/2 inches tall
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Seated Male
Painted terra cotta
18 inches tall
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Coastal Tiahuanaco Sash End 8
Deeply fringed witha warrior hed in profile, a supplementary head emerges from the neck. Warp weave in blue, rose green on a gold ground
14 x 6 1/2 inches
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Coast Chimu Peru Gauze Fragment 12
Greenish-blue gauze with aline of birds brocaded in tan, brown nd red cross the lower part. Both warp and weft threads are twisted in the base fabric
19 1/2 x 13 1/8 inches
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Chimu Brocade Panel with Tapestry Stripes 2
Central band of crimson with human figure. At top and bottom are narrow bands with similar little men in a row. This piece is unusual in that it cons
16 1/4 x 14 inches
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Late Chimu Fragment 13
Tapestry, black ground with rows of pelicans in red, blue, tan and white. Tapestry weave in wool. Cotton warp.
14 1/8 x 5 1/2 inches
Courtesy of Ann McNear
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Standing Celt-like Figure
Green metadiorite
7 1/2 inches tall
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Goldsmith
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Abstract Carving
Green stone
5 1/4 inches long, 4 inches high
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Goldsmith
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Two Seated Figures
Painted terra cotta
4 1/4 inches high, 3 1/2 inches high
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Goldsmith
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Standing Mother with Baby on Back
Buff terra cotta
4 1/4 inches high
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Goldsmith
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Two Heads
2 toothless fire-gods, buff terra cotta and reddish terra cotta
5 inches high, 4 1/2 inches high
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Goldsmith
 
Pre-Columbian Art
House, Five Figures and Dog
Painted terra cotta
8 inches high
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Goldsmith
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Hacha, Puffed Cheek Style
Stone
9 inches high
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Goldsmith
 
Pre-Columbian Art
Mask
Mottled stone
6 1/2 inches high and 7 3/4 inches wide
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Goldsmith
 

   
   
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