Native American (Santo Domingo Pueblo)
Object Place: Santo Domingo, New Mexico, United States
Overall: 25.4 cm (10 in.) Diam.(Overall): 43.2 cm (17in.)
Medium or Technique
Earthenware with white, black and red slip paint and rawhide
Not On View
Deep hemispherical bowl with native mend using two leather thongs. Wide band of black-on-white paintings in panels as follows: 2 panels of five petaled flowers, 1 geometric of six triangles, 1 five-petaled flower, and another six triangles. Band is enclosed by a double line with spirit break, top and bottom. Rim is black. Wide red bandings beneath painted band.
Sticker on bottom: Santo Domingo / c1900 / 2125 caT
Purchased by Mrs. Faith Bybee (1900-1996), a Texas collector, from a dealer in Mexico; to MFA, 1994, gift of Faith Bybee.
Gift of Faith P. Bybee