Description de l’éditeur
Seven-hundred years ago in what is now the Southwest United States a unique art movement swept across the land. Today we call the pottery produced by these Pueblo people “Salado Polychrome” and even across the span on many centuries it still inspires. This book explains how Salado Polychrome pottery was produced, speculates on what motivated this fourteenth century phenomenon and features high quality photographs of pots from some of the best museum collections. The author has spent many years trying to reproduce Salado Polychrome pottery and has a unique perspective on this pottery style, this book will help you think about the life and motivations of the ancient Salado potters.