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Navajo Finery

0.00 LBS

32″ x 24″
Oil on board

In Navajo Finery, I depict a proud Navajo man from the 1870s wearing a classic third phase chief’s blanket. Before Navajo women developed expertise at weaving rugs in the late-1800s, the weavers created dazzling blankets to be worn as garments and trading. These blankets, handspun, hand-dyed, and painstakingly woven, were valuable commodities.

Are you interested in a custom print of this image? If so, please contact James Ayers to learn how to order.

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