Hopi Kachina Chromolithographs c.1903 - Set of 3
Offered is a set of 3 chromolithographs of Hopi Kachina imagery collected and published by the National Bureau of Ethnology c.1903. The author of the book set out to find the most skillfully drawn and accurate Kachina depictions and chose the work of Kutcahonauu "White Bear", a Hopi man of about 30 years who spent a little time at Keams Canyon school but whose western influence was said to be very minimal.
Some of the imagery includes depictions of Kokopelli, Lapuki, Figurines of Corn Maidens, Hututu, Huik, Tcolwitze, and Loiica.
sight (each) 5 ¾ by 8 ¾ inches
frame (each) 16 by 19 inches
The lithographs are in very good antique condition. They are frame under acid-free matting and dark wood frames also in very good condition.