|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Provenience:||United States of America|
|Culture Area:||Southwest Culture Area|
|Credit Line:||Gift of Mrs. Edward F. Hensen, 1930|
Round, wooden Katsina doll. The face is painted green with a black hourglass shape between the rectangular eyes. The mouth is a protruding snout. A multicolored brim is attached above the forehead and feathers are attached to the top of the head. One ear is painted like a flower blossom and the other is an undecorated stub. The body is painted red and a sash is painted across the chest. A kilt made of painted feathers is over the waist. This figure may be a variation of the Antelope (Chof or Chub) Katsina.
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