Ceramic WOMAN Mexico Fine Collectible Folk Art Ventura Hernandez Benitz

$ 239.99

Master Potter J. Ventura Hernandez Benitz Large Ceramic Pitcher
Master Potter J. Ventura Hernandez Benitz Large Ceramic Woman.
  • Measurements:
  • Height- 17 1/4"
  • Width- 9 1/2"
  • Opening- 3 3/4"
  • Deep- 14"
  • This amazing vessel or pitcher is an example of Ventura's work. The vessel, which should be used for decor only, is shaped like a woman.
  • The details are charming. The woman has two long braids in front.
  • The spout is on the back for decoration.
  • This beautiful vessel is hand painted with natural (minerals and flowers throughout).
  • Ventura has hand painted, excised the outside of the hummingbird and flowers.
  • Ventura has hand burnished the vase.
  • While both Santa Clara and Cuanajo are located in close proximity to Lake Pátzcuaro, other towns and villages farther away also have their own native crafts.
  • In Zinapécuaro, J. Ventura Hernández Benítez remains solidly committed to his ceramic business as he has been for 40 years.
  • The workshop's rustic brick walls, held up a corrugated metal roof, have his creations which seemed to gestate in the heat.
  • Homemade plaster molds, pots, vases and pitchers that required weeks of labor - lay about the shop in the hypnotic chaos of a true artisan.
  • Small ceramic pumpkins sit on the concrete floor in front of a shelf loaded with vases covered with images of skeletons dressed in fiesta garb, geometric patterns of terraces and triangles, stylized dogs, fish and monkeys.
  • Pots in subtle shades of dark red ocher, greenish umber and bluish gray sat nearby.
  • This pitcher will be a wonderful addition to any home, office or as a special gift for someone special.
  • While both Santa Clara and Cuanajo are located in close proximity to Lake Pátzcuaro, other towns and villages farther away also have their own native crafts.
  • In Zinapécuaro, J. Ventura Hernández Benítez remains solidly committed to his ceramic business as he has been for 40 years.
  • The workshop's rustic brick walls, held up a corrugated metal roof, have his creations which seemed to gestate in the heat.
  • Homemade plaster molds, pots, vases and pitchers that required weeks of labor - lay about the shop in the hypnotic chaos of a true artisan.
  • Small ceramic pumpkins sit on the concrete floor in front of a shelf loaded with vases covered with images of skeletons dressed in fiesta garb, geometric patterns of terraces and triangles, stylized dogs, fish and monkeys.
  • Pots in subtle shades of dark red ocher, greenish umber and bluish gray sat nearby.
  • This vase will be a wonderful addition to any home, office or as a special gift for someone special.
  • We will make sure the vessel is extremely well packed and insured.
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