This is a show stopper! Bold black, white and gray with rich brown and lighter tan create a modern art version of a traditional Navajo Indian textile.
Woven by Navajo Indian artist Mildred Natani in the Two Grey Hills style, circa 1960s, it boasts a weft count of 96 per inch, feels like a piece of fine fabric.
Mildred Natani, b.1913, is the younger sister of famed weaver Daisy Tauglechee. This tapestry is as fine as any Daisy ever did.
29 3/4" by 41 1/2".
From a local Estate, perfect original condition.
Buyer pays $30.00 for shipping and insurance.
Documentation from Mark Winter, Toadlena Trading Post, is provided.