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Makers mark
Photo credit: Yale University Art Gallery
Maker: Rookwood Pottery, American, 1880–1960
Decorator: Artus Van Briggle, American, 1869–1904
Subject: Wife of Tu-Tuc-A-Picish-Te-Ruk (Gives to the Poor), American, born about 1843
After: William Henry Jackson, American, 1843–1942

“Pawnee Squaw” Vase

1900

Buff-colored earthenware with standard glaze; shape 786D

9 7/8in. (25.083 cm)
Gift of the family of Richard Stiner, B.A. 1945W, in gratitude for the appreciation of art he gained through membership in the Friends of American Arts at Yale
2005.67.1
Geography: 
Made in Cincinnati, Ohio
Status: 
On view
Culture: 
American
Period: 
20th century
Classification: 
Containers - Ceramics
Bibliography: 

“Acquisitions, July 1, 2005–June 30, 2006,” Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin (2006): 210, ill.

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