Timeline of Native American art history

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This is a chronological list of significant or pivotal moments in the development of Native American art or the visual arts of the Indigenous peoples of the Americas. Earlier dates, especially before the 18th century, are mostly approximate.

Aztec/Mixtec turquoise mosaic, double-headed serpent pectoral, 15th–16th century CE

Before common era[edit]

Common era[edit]

19th century[edit]

20th century[edit]

21st century[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Dell'Amore, Christine. "Oldest American Art Found on Mammoth Bone." National Geographic. 22 June 2011. Retrieved 23 June 2011.
  2. ^ Bement, 37
  3. ^ Bement 176
  4. ^ Choi, Charles. "Call this ancient rock carving 'little horny man'." Science on MSNBC. 22 Feb 2012. Retrieved 9 April 2012.
  5. ^ O'Brien, Michael John and R. Lee Lyman. 'Applying Evolutionary Archaeology: A Systematic Approach. New York: Springer, 2000: 355. ISBN 978-0-306-46253-5.
  6. ^ Wilford, John Noble. Scientist at Work: Anna C. Roosevelt: Sharp and To the Point In Amazonia. New York Times. 23 April 1996
  7. ^ "Dating a Paleoindian Site in the Amazon in Comparison with Clovis Culture." Science. March 1997: Vol. 275, no. 5308, pp. 1948–1952. Retrieved 1 Nov 2009.
  8. ^ Saraceni, Jessica E. and Adriana Franco da Sá. "People of South America." Archaeology. Vol. 49, No. 4, July/August 1996. Retrieved 9 April 2012.
  9. ^ "Dating Oldest Known Petroglyphs in North America." Science Daily. 13 Aug 2013. Retrieved 13 Aug 2013.
  10. ^ Stone-Miller 17
  11. ^ Straus, Lawrence Guy, Valentin Eriksen, Jon M. Erlandson, and David R. Yesner, eds. Humans at the end of the Ice Age: the archaeology of the Pleistocene-Holocene Transition. New York: Plenum Press, 1996:346. ISBN 0-306-45177-8.
  12. ^ UNESCO gives the dates: 11,000–9,500 BCE. "Cueva de las Manos, Río Pinturas." UNESCO World Heritage. 2010 (retrieved 15 July 2010)
  13. ^ Penney, 128
  14. ^ Silverman and Isbell, 365
  15. ^ Walker, Amélie A. "Earliest Mound Site." Archaeology. Volume 51 Number 1, January/February 1998 (retrieved 15 Nov 2011)
  16. ^ Josephy, 240
  17. ^ Stone-Miller, 21
  18. ^ Stone-Miller, 18-19
  19. ^ Martínez, Ma. del Carmen Rodríguez et al. Oldest Writing in the New World. Science. Vol. 313, No. 5793, 15 Sept 2006: 1610–1614. (retrieved 26 Oct 2009)
  20. ^ Stone-Miller, 28–29
  21. ^ Stone-Miller, 41
  22. ^ "Quillwork." The Arts: Fine Art, Contemporary Art & Music. (retrieved 4 Nov 2009)
  23. ^ Stone-Miller, 82
  24. ^ Stone-Miller, 64
  25. ^ Malki Museum. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology. 1994. Volume 16, Issue 1: 63
  26. ^ Greene and Thornton, 42
  27. ^ "The Dresden Codex". World Digital Library. 1200–1250. Retrieved 2013-08-21. 
  28. ^ [1]
  29. ^ Ancient Citadel. Smithsonian Magazine. April 2008.
  30. ^ Casey, Robert L. Journey to the High Southwest. Guilford, CT: Globe Pequot Press, 2007: 382. ISBN 978-0-7627-4064-2.
  31. ^ Saraceni, Jessica E. Redating the Serpent Mound. Archaeology. Vol. 49, No. 6 Nov/Dec 1996 (retrieved 26 Oct 2009)
  32. ^ a b Berlo and Phillips, 274
  33. ^ Gawyehnehshehgowa: Great Law of Peace. Degiya'göh Resources. (retrieved 14 March 2009)
  34. ^ Johansen, Bruce E. Dating the Iroquois Confederacy. Akwesasne Notes. Fall 1995, Volume 1, 3 & 4, pp. 62–63. (retrieved through Ratical.com, 26 Oct 2009)
  35. ^ a b c Berlo and Phillips, 275
  36. ^ "Aztec calendar stone." Aztec History. (retrieved 2 Nov 2009)
  37. ^ Fane, pp. 39–40
  38. ^ a b c Berlo and Phillips, 277
  39. ^ Wolfe, 93
  40. ^ a b c d Berlo and Phillips, 278
  41. ^ Turner, Laura. "John Nicholas Choate and the Production of Photography at the Carlisle Indian School." Visualizing a Mission: Artifacts and Imagery of the Carlisle Indian School, 1879–1918. (retrieved 15 March 2010)
  42. ^ a b Tsinhnahjinnie and Passalacqua, xi
  43. ^ Swan, 70-71
  44. ^ McAnulty, Sarah. Angel DeCora: American Artists and Educator. (retrieved 26 Oct 2009)
  45. ^ Brody, J.J. "A Bridge Across Cultures: Pueblo Painters in Santa Fe, 1910–1932. Santa Fe: Wheelwright Museum, 1992
  46. ^ a b c d e Berlo and Phillips, 279
  47. ^ Downs, 90
  48. ^ a b c "Art Museums Discover Indian Art." 28 Oct 2011. Retrieved 4 June 2012.
  49. ^ Dunn, 240
  50. ^ About Ataloa/Mary Stone McClendan. Bacone College. 2007 (retrieved 26 Oct 2009)
  51. ^ a b Seymour 346
  52. ^ "The Indian Arts Project (1935–1941)." Rochester Museum and Science Center. (retrieved 6 Feb 2011)
  53. ^ Osage Nation Museum. Osage Nation. (retrieved 26 Oct 2009)
  54. ^ Libhart, 30
  55. ^ Seymour, 244
  56. ^ Qualla Arts and Crafts (retrieved 26 October 2009)
  57. ^ a b Economics. Woven Voices: Textiles Traditions in the Highland Mayan. (retrieved 26 Oct 2009)
  58. ^ Ingo, 49
  59. ^ a b Berlo and Phillips, 280
  60. ^ "Art Show." Red Cloud Indian School: Museum and Heritage Center. (retrieved 6 Dec 2010)
  61. ^ "Trail of Tears Art Show." Cherokee Heritage Center. (retrieved 6 Dec 2010)
  62. ^ Artists:James Lavadour. Crow's Shadow Insittute of the Arts. (retrieved 1 Nov 2009)
  63. ^ Aboriginal Artists, Contemporary. The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan. (retrieved 20 Nov 2009)
  64. ^ "Organizational Background." Nancy Marie Mithlo. 2007-9 (retrieved 1 Dec 2009)
  65. ^ Fiamma, Paula. Santos Chávez: Earth's Printer. Neustro.cl: Chilean Cultural Heritage Site. July 2004 (retrieved 3 Nov 2009)
  66. ^ McFadden and Taubman, 248
  67. ^ Martin, Lee-Ann. "The Waters of Venice." Rebecca Belmore: Curatorial Essays. (retrieved 21 March 2011)
  68. ^ Estrada, Daniela. Chile: Exhibit to Celebrate Indigenous Art. Inter Press Service. 2008 (retrieved 3 Nov 2009)
  69. ^ "Primera Bienal Intercontinental de Arte Indigena." (retrieved 6 Dec 2010)
  70. ^ Benac, Nancy. "Capital Culture: Modern art hits 1600 Pa. Ave." Associated Press. 6 Oct 2009 (retrieved 27 October 2009)

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  • Tsinhnahjinnie, Hulleah J. and Veronica Passalacqua, eds. Our People, Our Land, Our Images: International Indigenous Photography. Berkeley: Heyday Books, 2008. ISBN 978-1-59714-057-7.
  • Wolfe, Rinna Evelyn. Edmonia Lewis: Wildfire in Marble. Parsippany, New Jersey, 1998. ISBN 0-382-39714-2