National Gallery of Art - THE COLLECTION
image of Dolls (Apache Women) Dolls (Apache Women)
Rendered by Jane Iverson (artist), 1935/1942
watercolor and graphite on paper
overall: 40.3 x 39.4 cm (15 7/8 x 15 1/2 in.) Original IAD Object: 11 3/4" high
Index of American Design
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From the Tour: Dolls from the Index of American Design
Object 8 of 26

Hundreds of dolls made by American Indians have survived in public and private collections. These two Apache women in voluminous, bright cotton dresses were made in Arizona around 1900. They were passed along from Anna Kittare of San Carlos, Arizona, the original owner, until they found a permanent home in Massachusetts at the Wenham Historical Society. The dolls have cloth bodies and yarn hair.

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