Harold is one of two surviving children of famous Navajo artist Charlie Willeto who was the first among the tribe to carve wood into folk art pieces, and to start the folk art style seen and collected today. Harold followed in his fathers footsteps, but refining Charlies style into his own, more unique pieces, meant to portray the strength and ongoing dependability of Navajo ceremonialism and culture. 16 x 5 1/2 x 1 1/2; Excellent Condition; Signed: "Harold Willeto 94" on bottom of one foot. More information on the Willeto family, with images of their work, in the book Navajo Folk Art, the People Speak, by Chuck and Jan Rosenak.
_gsrx_vers_795 GS 7.0.7 (795). The item "Navajo Folk Artist Harold Willeto, Carved Painted Male Yei Figure, 1994" is in sale since Saturday, April 13, 2019. This item is in the category "Art\Folk Art & Indigenous Art". The seller is "santafesandy" and is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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