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Anita Lowden (Acoma) Mesa Verde Style Black-on-White Earthenware Pot

Item Details

Anita Lowden (Acoma Pueblo, 1930 – 1970)
Pot, mid-20th century
Glazed earthenware
Signed to the underside

Anita Lowden was noted for her early use of Mimbres animal figural designs in her black-on-white pottery, but she also drew inspiration from other Southwestern Pre-Columbian designs including pottery from Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde.

Provenance:
From the collection of artists Lenore and Robert Szesko (Chicago, Illinois).

Condition

- crazing and discoloration to the white slip glaze; minor abrasions to the glaze with slight loss to the rim; slight dust to the interior.

Dimensions

4.25" W x 3.0" H x 4.25" D

Item #

ITMG953357

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