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Native American (Hopi Pueblo)
Artist Frog Woman (Paqua Naha) (Native American (Hopi), 1890–1955)
Object Place: Hopi, Hano village, Arizona, United States, Keams Canyon, First Mesa
26.03 cm (10 1/4 in.)
Medium or Technique
Earthenware with slip paint
Native North America Gallery (Gallery LG34)
Orange colored pot with black lip and geometric designs divided into three horizontal sections. Some sponge painted areas. Marked in slip on base with simple outline of frog with daubed head, body, and legs each with three toes.
Hallmark in slip on base: [Outline of frog with daubed head, body, and legs each with three toes]
With the Hubbell Trading Post in Winslow, Arizona, by 1943; purchased by Thelma Towle c. 1945; to MFA, April 1987, gift of Mrs. Towle.
Gift of Thelma Bonney Hall Towle