We are pleased to be part of the art community and you like to extend our support of the following people.
The Mission at San Ildefonso became the center of Franciscan activity in the north when first built. The church was burned down in the Indian revolt of 1696 and then rebuilt later by the Spanish. The new church remained practically unaltered until several years ago, when several substantial alterations were made.
San Ildefonso Pueblo is most famous for the black-on-black pottery that made it the center of the Pueblo arts revival in the early 1900s. The feast day, January 23, features the Animal Dance at dawn. There’s also a museum and visitor center.
San Ildefonso Visiting Center
Route 5 Box 315 A
Santa Fe, NM 87506
Regarded as one of the premier auction houses for selling American Indian Art, Cowan's has the privilege of handling important collections and rare historical artifacts from collectors and museums throughout the country. Our biannual auctions continually offer exceptional cultural objects inspiring fierce international bidding and continuing interest in American Indian Art.
Cowan's Auctions: www.cowans.com
6270 Este Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45232
My name is Matt Wood and I am part of our family business, Len Wood's Indian Territory, Inc.
with galleries of antique and contemporary American Indian art and Western Fine Art located in the art community of Laguna Beach, California since 1969.
Pueblo Treasures is perhaps "the" site with the largest gallery of Pueblo pottery.
Chuck and Nanette are truely leaders in perserving the work of the native americans.
Specialists in contemporary antique American Indian art, adobe gallery has a comprehensive book selection (including a large selection on native arts and crafts) that can be viewed on our daily up-dated website, as well as Historic Pueblo Pottery, Hopi Kachina/Katsina Dolls, Old Silver And Turquoise Jewelry, Baskets, Navajo Rugs/Blankets, Mission Oak Furniture, and Fine Art.
Evaluations and consultations can be arranged and we are always interested in purchasing or brokering collections.
King Galleries of Scottsdale is pleased to represent the Pueblo pottery of many of today's leading potters. Over the years we have taken the time to get to know each of our gallery artists. As each new pieces comes into the gallery, we talk with the artist, finding out about the time and thought that goes into their work. It is important with contemporary pottery to understand the designs and motivation of the artist and their work. Over time, we feel as if we not only have a business relationship with most of the potters, but also a friendship.
480.481.0187 or 800.394.1843
for availability of any of the online art.
Gallery Located at:
7100 Main St. #1
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Steve Elmore Indian Art specializes in antique southwestern Indian art, offering a large selection of historic pueblo pottery, Navajo weavings, old pawn jewelry, Hopi basketry, kachinas, Pueblo Indian paintings, vintage photographs and southwestern paintings. Located between Santa Fe's historic Plaza and Canyon Road, the gallery presents an excellent selection of antique pottery from the Rio Grande pueblos including Acoma, San Ildefonso, Santa Clara, Zia, Cochiti, Tesuque, Zuni, as well as the Hopi Pueblos. Many of the pieces in our gallery are available on this online gallery. This website provides our many clients outside of Santa Fe with immediate and equal access to these important objects. For new collectors our website is a resource for exploring all facets of this exciting field, from identification and attribution to pricing and dating. We are always adding new items so check back often.
Michael Ettema and the crew at the Medicine Man Gallery have some of the most beautiful pieces you can find.
They specialize in work that is in excellent condition.
And, of yes, they are very knowledgable also!
Ken is one of the few special people that have dedicated their lives to southwestern indian art.
Not only is he very knowledgable he has had contact with artists including Maria Martinez in the past,
giving him a very unique and detailed perspective.
In 2002 Ancient Nations joined McGee's Indian Art in historic Keams Canyon, Arizona (on the Hopi Indian reservation) as a premier venue for their exclusive offerings. We continue to operate in conjunction with McGee's Indian Art and treasure the opportunity we have to develop such great relationships with both artists and collectors.
One of the best sources for information about Hopi pottery on the internet. This well annotated website includes six generations of Nampeyo family pottery. There are a few pieces from other pueblos, but most is Hopi (Hopi-Tewa).