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Native Americas 1300 to 1980

  1. 1. NATIVE ARTS OF THE AMERICAS, 1300 TO 1980 Blanca Chen
  2. 2. MESOAMERICA
  3. 3. MESOAMERICA • Mixteca-Puebla (Mixtec) • Aztec
  4. 4. The Foundation of Tenochtitlan, folio 2 recto of the Codex Mendoza, from Mexico city, Mexico, Aztec, ca. 1540 -1542. Ink and color on paper
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. Reconstruction drawing with cutaway view of various rebuildings of the Great Temple, Tenochtitlan, Mexico, Aztec, ca. 1400 -1500.
  7. 7. Archeological site of Templo Mayor or Great Temple, Tenochtitlan, Mexico, Aztec, ca. 1400 -1500.
  8. 8. Coyolxauhqui, from the Great Temple of Tenochtiltlan, Mexico City, Mexico, Aztec, ca. 1469. Stone
  9. 9. Tlaltecuhtli (Earth Lord), from the Great Temple of Tenochtitlan, Mexico City, Mexico, Aztec, 1502. Andesite painted with mineral colors
  10. 10. Coatlicue, from Tenochtitlan, Mexico City, Mexico, Aztec, ca. 1487 -1520. Andesite
  11. 11. SOUTH AMERICA
  12. 12. SOUTH AMERICA • Inca
  13. 13. Machu Picchu (looking northwest), Peru, Inca, 15th century
  14. 14. Remains of the Temple f the Sun (surmounted by the church of Santo Domingo), Cuzco, Peru, Inca, 15th century (General View of the exterior)
  15. 15. Remains of the Temple f the Sun (surmounted by the church of Santo Domingo), Cuzco, Peru, Inca, 15th century (Interior masonry)
  16. 16. Inca llama, alpaca, and woman, ca. 1475 -1532
  17. 17. NORTH AMERICA
  18. 18. NORTH AMERICA • Southwest • Northwest Coast and Alaska • Great Plains
  19. 19. 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
  20. 20. Otto Pentewa, Katsina figurine, New Oraibi, Arizona, Hopi, carved before 1959. Cottonwood root and feathers
  21. 21. Maria Montoya Martinez, jar, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico, ca. 1939. Blackware
  22. 22. Eagle transformation mask, closed (top) and open (bottom) views, Alert Bay, Canada, Kwakiutl, late 19th century. Wood, feathers, and string
  23. 23. War Helmet mask, Canada, Tlingit, collected 1888 -1893. Wood
  24. 24. Bill Reid (Haida), assisted by Doug Cranner (Namgis), re-created of a 19th-century Haida village with totem poles, Queen Charlotte Island, Canada, 1962
  25. 25. Bill Reid, The Raven and the First Men, 1978 – 1980, wood
  26. 26. Chilkat blanket with stylized animal motifs, Canada, Tlingit, early 20th century. Mountain goat wool and cedar bark
  27. 27. Mask, Alaska, Yupik Eskimo, early 20th century. Wood and feathers
  28. 28. Mandan Buffalo-hide robe, ca. 1800
  29. 29. Karl Bodmer, Hidatsa Warrior Pehriska –Ruhpa (Two Ravens), 1833. Engraving by Paul Legrand after the original water color in the Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha
  30. 30. Honoring song at painted tipi, in Julian Scott Ledger, Kiowa, 1880. Pencil, ink, and colored pencil
  31. 31. 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
  32. 32. Quiz 4. The Inca Temple of the Sun was built of what technique? 5. What are “eye dazzlers”?

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