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    Native Americas 1300 to 1980 Native Americas 1300 to 1980 Presentation Transcript

    • NATIVE ARTS OF THE AMERICAS, 1300 TO 1980 Blanca Chen
    • MESOAMERICA
    • MESOAMERICA • Mixteca-Puebla (Mixtec) • Aztec
    • The Foundation of Tenochtitlan, folio 2 recto of the Codex Mendoza, from Mexico city, Mexico, Aztec, ca. 1540 -1542. Ink and color on paper
    • Mictlantecuhtli and Quetzalcoatl, folio 56 of the Borgia Codex, possibly from Puebla or Tlaxcala, Mexico, Mixteca- Puebla, ca. 1400 – 1500. Mineral and vegetable pigments on deerskin
    • Reconstruction drawing with cutaway view of various rebuildings of the Great Temple, Tenochtitlan, Mexico, Aztec, ca. 1400 -1500.
    • Archeological site of Templo Mayor or Great Temple, Tenochtitlan, Mexico, Aztec, ca. 1400 -1500.
    • Coyolxauhqui, from the Great Temple of Tenochtiltlan, Mexico City, Mexico, Aztec, ca. 1469. Stone
    • Tlaltecuhtli (Earth Lord), from the Great Temple of Tenochtitlan, Mexico City, Mexico, Aztec, 1502. Andesite painted with mineral colors
    • Coatlicue, from Tenochtitlan, Mexico City, Mexico, Aztec, ca. 1487 -1520. Andesite
    • SOUTH AMERICA
    • SOUTH AMERICA • Inca
    • Machu Picchu (looking northwest), Peru, Inca, 15th century
    • Remains of the Temple f the Sun (surmounted by the church of Santo Domingo), Cuzco, Peru, Inca, 15th century (General View of the exterior)
    • Remains of the Temple f the Sun (surmounted by the church of Santo Domingo), Cuzco, Peru, Inca, 15th century (Interior masonry)
    • Inca llama, alpaca, and woman, ca. 1475 -1532
    • NORTH AMERICA
    • NORTH AMERICA • Southwest • Northwest Coast and Alaska • Great Plains
    • Detail of a kiva mural from Kuaua Pueblo (Coronado State Monument), New Mexico, Ancestral Puebloan, late 15th century to early 16th century. Interior of the kiva
    • Otto Pentewa, Katsina figurine, New Oraibi, Arizona, Hopi, carved before 1959. Cottonwood root and feathers
    • Maria Montoya Martinez, jar, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico, ca. 1939. Blackware
    • Eagle transformation mask, closed (top) and open (bottom) views, Alert Bay, Canada, Kwakiutl, late 19th century. Wood, feathers, and string
    • War Helmet mask, Canada, Tlingit, collected 1888 -1893. Wood
    • Bill Reid (Haida), assisted by Doug Cranner (Namgis), re-created of a 19th-century Haida village with totem poles, Queen Charlotte Island, Canada, 1962
    • Bill Reid, The Raven and the First Men, 1978 – 1980, wood
    • Chilkat blanket with stylized animal motifs, Canada, Tlingit, early 20th century. Mountain goat wool and cedar bark
    • Mask, Alaska, Yupik Eskimo, early 20th century. Wood and feathers
    • Mandan Buffalo-hide robe, ca. 1800
    • Karl Bodmer, Hidatsa Warrior Pehriska –Ruhpa (Two Ravens), 1833. Engraving by Paul Legrand after the original water color in the Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha
    • Honoring song at painted tipi, in Julian Scott Ledger, Kiowa, 1880. Pencil, ink, and colored pencil
    • Quiz 1. The story and disk of Coyolxauhqui symbolizes: a) Death b) Triumph c) Sacrifice 2. A superimposition structure is: a) Has many levels b) Has complex floor plans c) Has many layers of shells 3. Masks in Northwest Coast Native American culture are used for: a) healing rituals b) dramatic performances c) both a & b d) none the above
    • Quiz 4. The Inca Temple of the Sun was built of what technique? 5. What are “eye dazzlers”?