Wild Woman Mask by Bob (Robert) Whonnock

Wild Woman Mask by Bob (Robert) Whonnock

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Beautiful piece of Indigenous Art carving, a Masterpiece from the First Nations of the Pacific Northwest Coast of Canada

Dzonokwa, Wild Woman Mask by Bob (Robert) Whonnock

Solid piece of yellow cedar, signed at the back, beautifully painted, very clean, traditional colors grey, black and red, adorned with horse hair (minor loss to the hair), rich in expression - just have a look... the images speak for themselves. Estimated Age of the Mask 1995-1997, some minor loss on horsehair

Measurements: 10" tall, 7.5" wide, 4" deep (not incl. hair), prepared for wall hanging, hanger already attached

 

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Robert Whonnock is a well-known Kwakiutl carver whose fine art is sold around the world.  He was one of three artists who created and carved the Coquitlam Columbian Centennial Totem Pole in 1967 at the Dogwood Pavillion Grounds...Artist bio and other available works »

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