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CLASSIC NAVAJO CHILDS SERAPE NAVAJO GERMANTOWN SADDLE BLANKET, circa 1885 CLASSIC NAVAJO PONCHO SERAPE, circa 1850 RIO GRANDE BLANKET, circa 1890 Ute Dream Navajo Dream MIMBRES RITUAL FIGURE, circa 1350 DAWN WOMAN of the HOPI, circa 1600-1700 (Effigy) ACOMA MANTA, circa 1850 JEMEZ SHIRT, circa 1840-1850 DAWN WOMAN, circa 1830-1850 (Manta) HOPI PONCHO, circa 1800-1840 CLASSIC NAVAJO FIRST PHASE CHIEF?S BLANKET, circa 1850 CLASSIC NAVAJO FIRST PHASE CHIEF'S BLANKET, UTE STYLE, circa 1820 CLASSIC NAVAJO TRANSITIONAL SECOND PHASE CHIEF?S BLANKET, circa 1830 - 1840 NAVAJO TRANSITIONAL THIRD PHASE CHIEF'S BLANKET, WOMAN'S STYLE, circa 1885 CLASSIC NAVAJO THIRD PHASE CHIEF'S, circa 1840 NAVAJO GERMANTOWN CHIEF'S BLANKET, circa 1880 CLASSIC NAVAJO THIRD PHASE CHIEFS BLANKET, circa 1850

Located on the left below the Posters header are the links to the different archival study posters. The poster images in the Silverman Museum Collection reflect the careful attention to detail by Jack Silverman. The imagery is first executed in serigraph form in 65 to 100 screen applications on Arches handmade paper. After satisfying his critical eye, Jack supervises the printing of the art reproductions in poster form on high quality, acid-free archival paper. Each poster is reproduced in six to twelve press runs on Curtis Brightwater cover stock in a consistent format with the others in the series. These signed posters then become, not only strikingly colorful art pieces, but also a careful documentation of the human spirit that gave life to these beautiful, functional garments. The response to these images is testimony to the "good eye" and passion of Jack Silverman. Dimensions: 24" x 36" (inches) - 60.96 x 91.44 (centimeters) either in horizontal or vertical layout depending on the subject.

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