Left: Lucy M. Lewis, c. 1950. Via http://taosartschool.org/ Right: Bowl, Lucy M. Lewis (1985), New Mexico Clay, slip, 19.1 x 21.6 x 21.6 cm Brooklyn Museum 2002.64.2

The Ceramics of Lucy M. Lewis

Tradition and Innovation for an Ethical Collection

Bowl, Lucy M. Lewis, 1985, New Mexico Clay, slip, 19.1 x 21.6 x 21.6 cm Brooklyn Museum 2002.64.2
Jar, Ancestral Pueblo (New Mexico), c. 950–1400 Ceramic, pigment 41.9 × 36.8 × 36.8 cm Metropolitan Museum of Art 2018.699
Ceramics by Lucy M. Lewis on display at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Albuquerque © Louise Deglin

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Images:
- Left: Lucy M. Lewis, c. 1950. Via Tao Art School | Right: Bowl, Lucy M. Lewis (1985), New Mexico. Brooklyn Museum 2002.64.2
- Bowl, Lucy M. Lewis, 1985, New Mexico. Brooklyn Museum 2002.64.2
- Jar, Ancestral Pueblo (New Mexico), c. 950–1400. Metropolitan Museum of Art 2018.699
- Ceramics by Lucy M. Lewis on display at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Albuquerque. Photo Louise Deglin

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