Pueblo Farmer Hoeing In The Cornfield
Late 20th - Early 21st Century
19.12 in HIGH x 25.62 in WIDE
(48.58 cm HIGH x 65.09 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Along the edge of the image is "Copyright Haddad's Fine Arts, Inc., California 90620, U.S.A. / The Carl Schaefer Dentzel Collection / (c) H.F.A.." Under the lower right corner of the image is a circle with "hfa" in it. Hanwritten in pencil in the lower right corner is "14.00."

Poster consists of a full color image on white paper with gray text. Image depicts three Pueblo Indian males with hoes in their hands attending a cornfield with birds and other small plants around them. Text in a gray rectangle under the image reads "Pueblo Farmer Hoeing In The Cornfield / by / Velino Shije Herrera." In small print under the lower left corner of the image is "The pueblo people were the first incipient agricultural farmers in the Southwest. Today farming is their main form of subsistence. Velino Herrera is an artist from Cochiti Pueblo."
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