Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:
Indian Arts-Basketry; silversmithing; blanket weaving; dress; painting; (food plants) (symbolism); quill and bead work; tomahawks; textiles, 1946-1959
Maggie Polumbus looks at painting.
Oil painting on masonite board of a woman and child, possibly Madonna and Child. Woman with head scarf and long full robes sits on a wooden bench by an window holding a wrapped child in her arms. She looks down at the child's face with rays of light shinging through the window on the two; an indication it may be the Madonna and Child. Painting is done is an expressionist style using brown, blue, green and yellow tones.
Folder full of newspapper clippings and photocopies of articles of articles about Maria Lowenstein, her life and her art. Artcles range from 1959-2013 with the bulk of the articles from the 1960s.
A small painting done by Peggy Feldman on a Post-It note. The painting is of a tree with a bird of the same bluish green with a red crest poking out of the top. There is also a small gift painted in the bottom of the image.
A photograph of a small painting done by Peggy Feldman on a Post-It note. The painting is of a female shape with a book in her hands, with animal figures near her that appear to be an owl, butterfly and a sheep.