||Navajo Indian Reservation; Community: Lake Valley
||Johnson Antonio (b. 1931 or 1935)
|Date of Manufacture
||Cottonwood root; Paint
||3-dimensional carving of Navajo woman, shown in standing position, dress in a turquoise-colored blouse, and wrapped tightly in a half red, half blue blanket; She wears brown laced-up boots on her feet; Woman’s hair is pulled back and worn in the traditional Navajo chongo style and secured with a large barrette (carved and painted to simulate silver encrusted with turquoise); Artist’s name and year (’90) are printed with ball point pen on figure’s feet.
||Height = 41.1, Width = 9.2, Depth = 9.9