Figure of Xochipilli-Seven Flower Maker: Unknown

1450–1521

Art of the Ancient Americas

Not on view

Medium

Pale green Tecali (onyx)

Dimensions

12 × 7 1/2 × 5 1/2 in. (30.5 × 19.1 × 14 cm)

Credit Line

Purchased with a gift from Joseph F. Walter, M.D. 1967, and with the George A., Class of 1954, and Nancy P. Shutt Acquisition Fund

Accession Number

2020.74.1

Geography
Culture
Period

Postclassic

Classification
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Provenance

Provenance

Collection privée, États-Unis, dans le milieu des années 1960.
Stolper Galleries, Munich, à la fin des années 1960.
Collection Nancy et Herbert Baker (1924-2001), Los Angeles, dans les années 1970.*
Collection Walter Randel, New York, à la fin des années 1970.
Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, 10 novembre 1979, lot 316.
Time Museum, Rockford, États-Unis (inv. n° 2675).**
Sotheby’s, New York, 13 octobre 2004, lot 744.
Collection privée, Nouvelle-Angleterre.
Christie’s, Paris, 7 juin 2005, lot 411.

*Herbert Baker began his interest in ethnographic art during his service in the Pacific during World War II. His collection of African, Oceanic and Pre-Columbian art was exhibited at the Museum of Primitive Art in New York in 1970. Later he and his wife, Nancy, donated significant works to Indiana University Art Museum.
** The Time Museum held one of the world’s significant and varied private collections of time-finding and time-keeping devices. It was assembled by the Illinois businessman, Seth Atwood, in 1970.
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