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CLASSIC NAVAJO CHILDS SERAPE, CIRCA 1860 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 CLASSIC NAVAJO THIRD PHASE CHIEF'S, circa 1840 CLASSIC NAVAJO THIRD PHASE CHIEFS BLANKET, circa 1850 A LATE CLASSIC THIRD PHASE CHIEF'S BLANKET, NAVAJO, CIRCA 1880 NAVAJO GERMANTOWN CHIEF'S BLANKET, circa 1880 NAVAJO TRANSITIONAL THIRD PHASE CHIEF'S BLANKET, WOMAN'S STYLE, circa 1885

Located on the left below the Serigraphs header are the links to the different original archival study serigraphs.

Serigraphs are printed employing a multiple layer technique of silk-screening with oil based inks on archival quality, acid free Arches paper. The serigraphs are printed in an edition of 100 and are numbered and signed by Jack Silverman. Up to 100 color screens is hand applied to each individual sheet of Arches paper. An increased price denotes limited availability.

"The tactile quality of my serigraphs," explains Jack Silverman, "is the direct result of oil based inks in a transparent medium. The critical point of transparent screens is to add detail without making the image dark. The sum result of dozens of transparent applications of oil based inks are painting like serigraphs, thick with pigment while the subject matter remains bright and clear. I use Arches handmade paper because linen is used in its manufacture. This process gives the paper the ability to hold ink or paint with its ''tooth.'' This is essential for durability."

Dimensions: 30" x 41" (inches) - 76.2 x 104.14 (centimeters) either in horizontal or vertical layout depending on the subject.

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