Carapan, Mexican Folk Art Gallery.
Tonala Burnished Clay Vase Charro Scene Signed by Pottery Artist
This outstanding Burnished clay vase was crafted in Tonala, Mexico by pottery master Moisés Rodriguez, one of the most renowned and awarded Mexican Folk artists. The pot depicts a traditional charro scene with man and a woman at the countryside. The man is making a stunt with his rope while the woman is standing by a horse.
|HEIGHT||19 In / 48cm.|
|DIAMETER||13 In. / 33 cm.|
|MADE OF||Burnished Clay|
|REGION||Tonalá, Jalisco, Mexico.|
|TECHNIQUE||Burnished Clay. Hand crafted and hand painted|
|COMMENTS||Signed, one side of the vase has the legend "floreando la reata", a Charro stunt.|
|CARE||Clean with a soft dry or damp cloth.|