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    • Hemis kachina, with corn

    • Ceremonial objects; Corn; Hopi art; Hopi Indians; Hopi Indians-Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America-Arizona; Kachinas; Kachinas in art; Pueblo Indians
    • This painting depicts the Hemis kachina figure holding a bundle of corn. On verso: I (2) Author of life mark, the Life Giver.
    • Clown and bird kachinas

    • Ceremonial objects; Dance costume; Drum; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians in art; Pueblo Indians-Religion
    • This painting depicts a drummer, a central figure wearing the regalia of an eagle dancer, and Pueblo clown dancer holding a plant. On recto: Ogwa Pi, no. 22.
    • Hopi buffalo dance

    • Ceremonial objects; Dance costume; Hopi art; Hopi dance; Hopi Indians; Hopi Indians-Rites and ceremonies; Indian textile fabrics-North America; Indians of North America-Arizona; Pueblo Indians; Pueblo Indians in art; Featherwork
    • This painting depicts four figures in traditional regalia, taking part in the Buffalo Dance.
    • Pueblo woman dancer

    • Ceremonial objects; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians in art; Pueblo women; Featherwork; Dance costume
    • This painting depicts a woman in ceremonial regalia, usually identifid with the Buffalo Dance. On recto: Awatsireh.
    • Cochiti Corn Dance

    • Corn; Ceremonial objects; Indian textile fabrics-North America; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians in art; Pueblo women; Pueblo men; Pueblo Indians-Religion; Pueblo Indians-Agriculture
    • This painting depicts a man and woman in ceremonial regalia adorned with evergreen cuttings. The man has a rattle; the woman wears a tablita headdress. On recto: (Cochiti Corn Dance) (Tonita Peña) no. 19.
    • Man with drum and two women grinding corn

    • Pueblo Indians in art; Ceremonial objects; Corn; Drum; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo men; Pueblo women; Tesuque men; Tesuque women; Pueblo Indians-Agriculture
    • This painting by the artist Thomas Vigil, also known as Pan Yo Pin, shows a man playing a drum while two women grind corn. Written on recto of the original: Pan Yo Pin, Tesuque. Written on verso of the original: no. 33c color/ no.6 in series.

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