Category: Native American

The Coe has over 1,770 Native-American objects, spanning many years—from ages past to contemporary artists who interpret their rich heritages to tell their stories in their own unique voices. This is just a very small sample of what you can see at the Coe.

 

Canteen

Canteen

Native American Canteen Artist: Unknown Culture/People: Tewa-Hopi Place: Hopi, Southwest United States Media: Clay and mineral paints Dims: 6 x 7 in.(15.2 x 17.7 cm) Date: c.1920 Description: The Sikyatki Revival style of pottery was shared by Nampeyo with her...
Bowl

Bowl

Native American Jar Artist: Unkown Culture/People: Hopi Place: Walpi, Hopi Media: Clay and mineral paints Dims: 6 x 7.5 in.(15.2 x 19 cm). Date: c.1880 Description: Polacca Polychrome (1780-1900) was the style of pottery made at Hopi in the tumultuous years following...
Bowl

Bowl

Native American Bowl Artist: Unknown Culture/People: Tewa-Hopi Place: Hopi, Southwestern United States Media: Clay and mineral paints Dims: 8.5 x 3 in. (21.6 x 7.6 cm). Date: c.1500 Description: This is the style of pottery that intrigued and inspired the potter...
Bowl

Bowl

Native American Bowl Artist: Nampeyo Culture/People: Tewa-Hopi Place: Hopi, Southwest United States Media: Clay and mineral paints Dims: 4 x 10.25 in. (10.1 x 26 cm). Date: c.1890 Description: This is an early example of Nampeyo’s work, incorporating glazed Polacca...
Bowl

Bowl

Native American Bowl Artist: Nampeyo Culture/People: Tewa-Hopi Place: Hopi, Southwest United States Media: Clay and mineral paints Dims: 3 x 10 in (7.6 x 25.4 cm) Date: c.1893 Description: Nampeyo produced these bowls around 1893. The change from one style to another...