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Pablita Velarde - Painting Her People [INSCRIBED]

Ruch, Marcella J. / Pablita Velarde

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ISBN 10: 0937206652 / ISBN 13: 9780937206652
Edité par New Mexico Magazine, Santa Fe, NM, 2001
Etat : Very Good+ Couverture souple
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Softcover. INSCRIPTION, DATE & SIGNATURE BY PABLITA VELARDE on half-title page. ALSO, SIGNED & DATED BY PABLITA VELARDE on frontispiece page. ALSO SIGNED & DATED BY MARCELLA RUCH on title page. Covers lightly rubbed, small mild stain front cover, tiny scratch at edge of rear cover. 1 X 3 1/2 inch blank white label affixed to rear inside cover at bottom, o/w book interior tight, bright, very clean. 75 pp, b/w photo illustrations & plates, 30 color plates. Santa Clara Pueblo painter, born in1915, student of Dorothy Dunn at the Santa Fe Indian School. Size: 8.5 " tall, 10.5 " wide. N° de réf. du libraire 009942

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Titre : Pablita Velarde - Painting Her People [...

Éditeur : New Mexico Magazine, Santa Fe, NM

Date d'édition : 2001

Reliure : Soft Cover

Illustrateur : Pablita Velarde

Etat du livre :Very Good+


Edition : 1st Edition

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Author Marcella Ruch spent many hours with Pablita Velarde recording her stories as first person reminiscences, which the artist has fully endorsed. These anecdotes go back to Pablita�s childhood Pueblo life, to her mother's early death from TB, and starting at St. Catherine�s Indian School at age 5. Pablita recalls her later years at the Santa Fe Indian School, working with Dorothy Dunn to develop her art, and painting murals at Bandelier under the WPA. She reflects on raising her children alone, and her eventual fame as a American Indian painter. Her stories are about the struggles of a Native American woman in the 20s, 30s and 40s, but even more, reveal an artist who triumphed over many difficulties with strength, talent, and courage, to inspire later generations.

Each story is illustrated with one of Pablita�s paintings of Pueblo life, a photograph from her personal collection, or a historical photograph from the Museum of New Mexico photo archives.

About the Author:

Joyce Szabo is associate professor in the department of art and art history at the University of New Mexico.

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