Hardcover. London ; Boston, Faber & Faber, 1st, 1979, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Very Good, Hardcover, 256 pages, b&w illustrations. Light shelf-wear and rubbing to dust jacket. Previous owner's blind stamp on front end paper, else a clean, tight copy.
Hardcover. Lokapala, 1st, 2000, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Very Good, Hardcover in a bright dust jacket, 27 pages. Illustrated with full color photographs. Clean, bright copy. INSCRIBED BY YOUNGMAN on the front fly leaf.
Hardcover. New York, Kodansha, 2nd, 1978, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Good, 300 pages. SIGNED BY BY MARIA POVEKA (MARTINEZ) AND FAMILY ON FRONT ENDPAPER. Full color and black & white photographs and illustrations. Unclipped dust jacket has some minor moisture wrinkling on back. Book has faint damp smell. Clean, tight copy.
Hardcover. New York, Kodansha, 1st US, 1974, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Very Good, Hardcover, 239 pages. Illustrated with full color and black & white photographs. Previous owners inscription on front endpaper. Dust jacket shows light edgewear. Clean, tight copy.
Softcover. Santa Fe, Museum of New Mexico Press, 1st revised, 2003, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: None, Softcover, pages. Maria, the potter of San Ildefonso (1887-1981), is not only the most famous of Pueblo Indian potters but ranks among the best of international potters. Her work Is collected and exhibited around the world, and more than any other artist, Maria Martinez brought "signatures" to Indian art. She and other members of her family revived a dying art form and kindled a renaissance in pottery for all the Pueblos. She raised this regional art to one of international acclaim. This lavishly illustrated book draws from Spivey's 1979 classic work. Featuring entirely new photography and 120 added pots as well as a significantly expanded text, this volume considers the entirety of this artist's immense oeuvre and important works and developments in her collaboration with Julian, and after his death, with her daughter-in-law Santana, son Popovi Da, and grandson Tony Da, bringing the legacy of Maria into the bright future of Pueblo ceramics.