By Ann Lane Hedlund
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For example, Saltillo-influenced serrate designs generally are not found in Navajo weaving prior to the Bosque Redondo internment in 1863. The rhythm of certain striped or banded patterns, the layout of bordered designs, and a variety of other aesthetic cues may contribute to the identification or dating of a textile. At the same time, the fickle nature of design must be acknowledged. More than materials or techniques, graphic designs can be shared between different peoples and can appear in different time periods.
Rounding acquisition. P. Mera, for instancewere occasionally revealing. Sometimes a number or code written on a textile indicated a previous owner and yielded important associations, such as those textiles collected and numbered by George Heye at the turn of the century but found in museums other than his own Museum of the American Indian (Heye Foundation). Documentation generally refers to written information, although some scholars, especially those working in museums, use the term to cover any type of recorded evidence.
Pp. 375-391. S. Government Printing Office. 1900 A Two-Faced Navaho Blanket. s. 2:638-642. 1904 The Navaho Yellow Dye. s. 6:194. , and Joe Ben Wheat 1978 The Alfred I. Barton Collection of Southwestern Textiles, revised edition. Coral Gables, FL: The Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami. Page 26 Saltzman, Max, and Nora Fisher 1979 The Dye Analysis; Introductory Remarks. In Spanish Textile Tradition of New Mexico and Colorado. Nora Fisher, ed. Pp. 212-216. Santa Fe, NM: Museum of International Folk Art and Museum of New Mexico Press.
Beyond the loom: keys to understanding early Southwestern weaving by Ann Lane Hedlund