Native American Indian "Spider Woman" Framed Print

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This is a wonderful vintage reproduction by R,C, Gorman, Spider Woman is an important goddess among many southwestern Native American tribes. Though occasionally destructive, she is nearly always portrayed as beneficent. The Keresan Spider Woman created everything there is by thinking, dreaming, or naming; she taught the people how to plant seeds. 28 inches long and 22-1/4 inches wide displayed in a gold frame and wire for hanging attached on the back. It also has the artist bio on the back.

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