This Sculpture has been lovingly cared for and enjoyed for over 20 years. If it wasn't time to liquidate some of our collection it would not even be offered For Sale. This is one of the most lovely examples that you will ever see. Luis Mora created this wonderful work of art in 1930 and passed away in 1940.
If you have been collecting and want to really enhance you're Collection you should consider this rare piece. I'm not sure where the measurements went but they vanished! Sculpture is 13" Wide, 10" Deep and its 14 Tall. As you will see in photos Cowan Pottery produced these limited edition Sculptures either in 1 of 20 or 1 of 100 since Cowan did not keep records. I've been looking hard and can't find any for sale , so Im guessing that this rare piece is the 1 of 20 produced.Reluctantly it's time to sell some pieces and felt E Bay would offer the most world wide exposure for this very highly collectible piece of American History. If you are wanting to start a collection or add to your collection this is a terrific find. The Metropolitan Museum Of Fine Art nor The Smithsonian are NOT fortunate enough to have a Mora Navajo Mother in their collection.
This is a very fine piece of American History and Unfortunately Cowan Pottery closed in 1931. F Luis Mora was born July 27 1874 - June 5 1940 in Uruguayan. He worked in water colors, oils and Tempera, pen and ink, graphitevand etchings. Here is link to Wikipedia detailing his life.Thank You for reading the ad! The item "Cowan Pottery -F Luis Mora Navajo Mother 1930 VERY RARE" is in sale since Friday, August 10, 2018. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Other American Pottery". The seller is "kizmazz" and is located in Wichita, Kansas. This item can be shipped to United States.