From: New Mexico

Curatorial Section: American

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Object Number 77-6-4
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Pueblo | Zia
Provenience New Mexico
Culture Area Southwest Culture Area
Section American
Materials Paper | Cardboard

Water color (?). Drawing of three women shucking maize. Right side: Three women husking maize. Rack with strings of dried chili peppers in background. Left side: Man climbing up ladder on side of adobe hut with pack on shoulder. Drying maize on top of hut. Three strings of maize hanging on side of hut. Four pumpkins in front of hut. By Ma-Pe-Wi (another painting of this artist in Introduction to American Indian Art, The Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts, Inc., New York, N.Y., 1931).

Length 58.4 cm
Width 38.1 cm
Credit Line Gift of Anne Rowland, 1977

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