49.2008.1 | American Indian Art

Sculpture - Mask - Gaanaxteidi clan

Naakushtáa, artist of the Dak’laweidí clan , North American Indian , act. early 19th century
Swan Mask, ca. 1800-1830

Wood, pigment, abalone, native leather and ermine
9 x 10 x 13 inches (22.86 x 25.4 x 33.02 cm)

From the Estelle and Morton Sosland Collection

Geographic Origin: United States
Southeast Alaska

Gallery Location: 206

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