- Mrs. Ramos Aguilar, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
- Work Locations: Kewa pueblo (Santo Domingo pueblo)
- Active Dates: about 1890s to 1915
CultureKewa (Santo Domingo)
Native Arts acquisition funds
Mrs. Ramos Aguilar (Kewa (Santo Domingo)), Jar, 1914. Clay; 9⅞ x 10 in. Denver Art Museum: Native Arts acquisition fund, 1941.349
This object is currently on view
Dimensionsheight: 9 7/8 in, 25.0825 cm; diameter: 10 in, 25.4000 cm
CollectionIndigenous Arts of North America
In 1910, in an effort to revive the art of pottery at Santo Domingo Pueblo, a group of three women artists from the Aguilar family developed a new style unique to their family. Instead of large areas of open white designs, the Aguilar sisters almost completely obliterated the white with bold black and red colors.
Known ProvenanceMrs. Ramos Aguilar [d. 1915], made in 1914 or 1915; Julius Seligman. Bernalillo Mercantile Co., of Bernalillo, NM, before 1941; Denver Art Museum, 1941.