SOLD John Coleman, CAA - Little Pueblo Girl
- Medium: Bronze
- Edition: 35
- Size: 17'' x 10'' x 7.5''
Years ago when the Traders came to Taos, they found that of their trade cloths, the white Sears & Robuck sheets were most valued by the Indians. Highly coveted for their fine weave and pure white color, they were generally reserved for the tribe members of high rank. Although the young girls may have been excluded from this group, the temptation to wear one must have been very great. It is easy to imagine what it might have looked like to watch one of these young girls trying on their Chief's trade sheet for the first time.