3 edition of Beadwork and Textiles of the Ottawa found in the catalog.
The catalog to a loan exhibition which drew mostly from private Michigan collections, as well as three German museums. The majority of the objects exhibited dated from the period 1810 to 1920. In addition to the textiles and beadwork, the catalog features that most curious item, the mysterious “Arbre Croche Sketchbook”, a singular book of art drawn in at last three native artist hands, probably dating from the early-mid 19th century.
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Exhibition Catalog, Paperback|
|Pagination||82,  p. : ill. (some col.), ports.|
|Number of Pages||84|
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Ottawa Bags, Baskets and Beadwork. In book: Beadwork & Textiles of the Ottawa, Publisher: Harbor Springs Historical Commission, pp Ottawa beadwork may ultimately also be due to the Author: Christian Feest. If you have an interest in Northeast Woodland beadwork you might find my book of interest.
Titled: A Cherished Curiosity: TheSouvenir Beaded Bag in Historic Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Art by GerryBiron. Published in This is a brand new, hard cover book with dust jacket. pages and profusely illustrated. x 11 inches. ISBN In book: Beadwork & Textiles of the Ottawa, Publisher: Harbor Springs Historical Commission, pp Beadwork & T extiles of the Ottawa The Arbre Croche sketchbook is an import ant source Author: Christian Feest.
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