Gene Quintana Fine Arts

Mono Paiute

Mono Lake Paiute Indians...
The Mono Paiute territory stretches from the Eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevadas to the boarder between California and Nevada. It lies directly east from Stockton, California.

The Paiute are experts at making twined baskets and are well known for their utilitarian style. The traditional designs seem to be horizontal and/or vertical geometric motifs of a single color on a white background.
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Mono Lake Paiute basket with butterflies
Item#: 5016-22
Circa: 1915 Diameter: 7in Height: 3 1/4in
Category: Indian Baskets - Mono Paiute
Mono Lake Paiute basket featured in Yosemite Field Days
Item#: 5014-82
Circa: 1920s Diameter: 8 1/4in Height: 4 3/4in Accompanying photo shows the basket at Yosemite Field Days 1929 basket judging with Mr. James Schwabacher. Tradition and Innovation, page 106.
Category: Indian Baskets - Mono Paiute
Mono Lake Paiute basket by Emma James
Item#: 5014-67
Circa: 1924 Diameter: 9 3/4in Height: 4 1/4in
Category: Indian Baskets - Mono Paiute
Mono Lake Paiute basket
Item#: 5016-30
Circa: 1925 Diameter: 5 7/8in Height: 3 3/4in
Category: Indian Baskets - Mono Paiute
Mono Lake Paiute basket
Item#: 5016-23
Provenance Cain Collection Circa: 1925 Diameter: 7 1/2in Height: 3 3/4in
Category: Indian Baskets - Mono Paiute
Mono Lake Paiute basket
Item#: 5014-76
From the Cain Collection Circa: 1925 Diameter: 9 1/2in Height: 6 1/2in
Category: Indian Baskets - Mono Paiute
Mono Lake Paiute basket
Item#: 5014-77
From the Cain Collection Circa: 1925 Diameter: 10 1/2in Height: 6in
Category: Indian Baskets - Mono Paiute
A very fine Mono Lake Paiute basket by Tina Charlie
Item#: 5014-73
Provenance Cain Collection Circa: 1920 Diameter: 13 1/2in Height: 5in
Category: Indian Baskets - Mono Paiute
A large Mono Lake Paiute basket by Tina Charlie
Item#: 5015-59
Diameter: 16 1/2in
Category: Indian Baskets - Mono Paiute
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