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Maker(s):Gutierrez, Lela Naranjo and Gutierrez, Luther
Culture:Native American; Santa Clara Pueblo (Lela 1895-1966) (Luther 1911-1987)
Date Made:1956-1966
Materials:terracotta with burnished slip and polychrome design
Place Made:United States; New Mexico; Santa Clara Pueblo
Measurements:2 5/8 x 4 1/4 in. diameter rim; 6.6675 x 10.795 cm
Accession Number:  SC 1984.18.7
Credit Line:Gift of Gladys E. Baker in memory of Louise F. Potter, class of 1944
Museum Collection:  Smith College Museum of Art

This multicolored bowl is painted red on the exterior and decorated with a band of various rounded designs. A small deer is depicted on the bowl. As a Santa Clara pot, it is unique in that it is not made from black clay. Instead, it is painted with brightly colored designs. AP2018

bowls; deer

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