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New Mexico Ceramic Figurine of Pueblo Indian Storyteller Woman with Five Children (Three Quarter View)

New Mexico Ceramic Figurine of Pueblo Indian Storyteller Woman with Five Children (Three Quarter View)

New Mexican ceramic storyteller figurine with a woman, five children, and a dog. Storytellers (a man or woman with an open mouth, who is surrounded by many children or animals) were first introduced by the Cochiti Pueblo Indians in New Mexico. Helen Cordero is credited with creating the first storyteller sculpture (in 1964) in honor of her grandfather, a tribal storyteller. Painted on bottom of pottery: "E. Cajero. Bird Image. Jemkz ’92 - Sun Bird." The figure is 5 inches (13 cm) tall.

For the story, visit The Storyteller

Galleries: Native Americans, Occupation or Action, Statue
Keywords: Cochiti, Cordero, Indian, New Mexico, Pueblo, USA, animals, ceramic, children, hand painted, handcrafted, legends, native American, open mouth, pottery, sculpture, southwest, storyteller, tribal, woman
Photo Location: FCIT Photo Studio, Tampa, FL
Photographer: Dr. Ann E. Barron
Date of Photo: 05/30/2013
Device Make: Canon
Device Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Exposure Time: 0.05
F Number: 22
Original Dimensions: 3570×5352
Picture Orientation: Portrait
GPS Coordinates: 28°3'40.85"N 82°24'36.26"W
Picture Number: 23273