|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
Middle Sepik River
|Credit Line:||Gift of Benjamin Bernstein, 1984|
|Other Number:||464 - Other Number|
Oval mask, with face in lower half. Long, free-standing nose, curved under to touch at bottom. Inlaid cowrie shell eyes (one missing). Carved and painted decoration, including: motifs of quartered circles (white, red, yellow), two at top, two at bottom, and areas outlined with notches/serrations. Very small hole at top. Black, yellow, red, white pigments.
Typical Tambunum mask.*
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