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by Shelby J. Tisdale

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  • ISBN 0890135061
  • ISBN13 978-0890135068
  • Language English
  • Author Shelby J. Tisdale
  • Publisher Museum of NM Press/Millicent Rogers Mus; Reprint edition (August 16, 2007)
  • Pages 216
  • Formats docx lrf txt doc
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Graphic Design
  • Size ePub 1846 kb
  • Size Fb2 1827 kb
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New Mexico art patron Millicent Rogers (1902–1953) was a passionate collector who assembled a stellar collection of Navajo and Zuni silver and turquoise, Hopi silverwork, and Pueblo stone and shell jewelry during the late 1940s and early 1950s when fine late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century work could still be found. Her collection provided the foundation for what has become one of America's most important repositories for the aesthetic achievements of Native American artists oft he Southwest: The Millicent Rogers Museum. This lavishly illustrated book presents the museum’s jewelry collection through that of its founding collector and brings to life the Taos she discovered in the late 1940s, showcasing the authentic, classic-era jewelry that she collected when Fred Harvey and others were popularizing Indian-made tourist pieces.

Rogers, Millicent, d. 1953 - Ethnological collections - Catalogs, Millicent Rogers Museum - Catalogs, Indians of North America - Jewelery - Southwest, New .

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New Mexico art patron Millicent Rogers (1902–1953) was a passionate collector who assembled a stellar collection of Navajo .

New Mexico art patron Millicent Rogers (1902–1953) was a passionate collector who assembled a stellar collection of Navajo and Zuni silver and turquoise. Shelby J. Tisdale is the former director of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the former director of the Millicent Rogers Museum. She is the author of Spider Woman's Gift: Nineteenth-Century Diné Textiles (Museum of New Mexico Press). Paperback: 216 pages.

New Mexico art patron, Millicent Rogers (1902-1953) was a passionate collector who assembled a stellar collection of Navajo and Zuni silver and . Be the first to ask a question about Fine Indian Jewelry of the Southwest. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

New Mexico art patron, Millicent Rogers (1902-1953) was a passionate collector who assembled a stellar collection of Navajo and Zuni silver and turquoise, Hopi silverwork, and Pueblo stone and shell jewellery during the late 1940s and early 1950s when fine late-nineteenth- and ury work could still be found.

Deborah C. Slaney is curator of history at The Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico. She also curated Traditions: Southwestern Native American Jewelry at the Albuquerque Museum in 2003. Slaney, The Albuquerque Museum. Deborah C. In 1998, Slaney served as curator/author of Blue Gem, White Metal: Carvings and Jewelry from the . Wallace Collection, an exhibit and catalogue at the Heard Museum in Phoenix.

New Mexico art patron Millicent Rogers (1902-1953) was a passionate .

New Mexico art patron Millicent Rogers (1902-1953) was a passionate collector who assembled a stellar collection of Navajo and Zuni silver and turquoise, Hopi silverwork, and Pueblo stone and shell jewelry during the late 1940s and early 1950s when fine late-nineteenth- and ury work could still be found. The Millicent Rogers Museum in Taos, New Mexico, houses what is widely considered to be the finest collection of southwestern Indian jewelry in the world.

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Tisdale, Shelby Jo-Anne; Addison, Doty; Millicent Rogers Museum (2006). Fine Indian Jewelry of the Southwest : The Millicent Rogers Museum Collection. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press. West, Beverly (2001). Millicent Rogers: collector, artists of lifestyle". More Than Petticoats. Remarkable New Mexico Women.

Shelby J. Tisdale is the former director of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture/Laboratory of. .Book Description Museum of New Mexico Press/Published in association with the Millicent Rogers Museum, 2007.

The Millicent Rogers Museum, El Prado, New Mexico. The collection of Indian jewelry, pottery and baskets is phenomenal. The staff were all very friendly and helpful.

The Millicent Rogers Museum in Taos, New Mexico, honors the memory and inspired life of Millicent Rogers with this publication. This book features details and photographs of Millicent Rogers' collection acquired during her years in the American Southwest. In addition the book provides information on the history of American Indians in the Twentieth century, focusing on various techniques and styles among tribes. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2006 Hardback, 215 pages.

Talk about Fine Indian Jewelry of the Southwest: The Millicent Rogers Museum Collection


Daron
It was great reviewing lots of this material, as I was a docent there in the "old days." (Early to mid-70's) I revisited many years later however, and after John and Dixie Yaple were no longer running the museum, it declined, in my opinion. It had been a treasure chest, overstuffed with the best examples of everything, but seems much of it has gone now. I wonder where? But, you won't feel cheated with what is in the book.
HyderCraft
Interesting look at MR collection of Jewelry. She had incredible taste and nice to know the history from her sons correspondence.
Shalizel
well written book with wonderful pictures I would recommend
GEL
Worthwhile book for not only fans of southwest, Native American jewelry, but anyone interested in the history of the Millicent Rogers Museum collection and in the last years of the life of Millicent Rogers.
Purestone
Nice read about a very interesting woman and her exceptional collection of Native American art. I look forward to viewing the collection next time I am in Taos.
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This book has great pictures with a very nice historical background on Millicent Rogers. It was both educational and the story held your interest.
Steel_Blade
Millicent Rogers chose each piece with a curator's eye, and in the last few years of her life! Her personal history is remarkable, and she brought recognition to native American artists that was long overdue. Stunning collection and photographs.
I'm including Millicent Rogers in a book review next season, and found this book to have the poignant information I need on her, plus such exquisite photos of her collection. I will recommend it to my audiences and let the pictures speak volumes to the story I tell. I will, of course, visit her museum again before I complete my research and script.