Hopi Pottery Cup 3.5″ x 2.5″ Diameter A509

Hopi earthenware cup, with a small crack. Surrounded by the Navajo Nation in Arizona, the Hopi reservation is home to two clans, Hopi and Tewa.  Though it is actually a conglomerate of tribes from the Southwest, it has become one tribe of various clans brought together, mainly due to the conquistadores and U.S. government.The pottery today ...

Hopi Pottery Cup 3″ 2.75″ Diameter A508

Surrounded by the Navajo Nation in Arizona, the Hopi reservation is home to two clans, Hopi and Tewa.  Though it is actually a conglomerate of tribes from the Southwest, it has become one tribe of various clans brought together, mainly due to the conquistadores and U.S. government.The pottery today is the culmination of various clans ...

Hopi Pottery Cup 4″ x 3″ Diameter SOLD A507

Surrounded by the Navajo Nation in Arizona, the Hopi reservation is home to two clans, Hopi and Tewa.  Though it is actually a conglomerate of tribes from the Southwest, it has become one tribe of various clans brought together, mainly due to the conquistadores and U.S. government.The pottery today is the culmination of various clans ...

Hopi Pottery Cup 3″ x 2.5″ Diameter A506

Surrounded by the Navajo Nation in Arizona, the Hopi reservation is home to two clans, Hopi and Tewa.  Though it is actually a conglomerate of tribes from the Southwest, it has become one tribe of various clans brought together, mainly due to the conquistadores and U.S. government.The pottery today is the culmination of various clans ...

Hopi Pottery Vase 4.5″ tall x 5″ diameter A505

Surrounded by the Navajo Nation in Arizona, the Hopi reservation is home to two clans, Hopi and Tewa.  Though it is actually a conglomerate of tribes from the Southwest, it has become one tribe of various clans brought together, mainly due to the conquistadores and U.S. government.The pottery today is the culmination of various clans ...

Charles Worden Bethell Silkscreen “Walpi, Ariz.” 1935 SOLD P645

Signed Worden Bethell, this luscious print really captures the colors of the Southwest: the earth tones of the pueblo buildings and the shocking blue of its unpolluted skies. The ancient, and still inhabited, Hopi village of Walpi is pictured. Charles Worden Bethell. Landscape painter, pastelist, printmaker. Born in Denver, CO on Jan. 23, 1899, Bethell settled in ...