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Mask having a wide toothy mouth. Viewing photographs of such masks, Yup'ik Justina Mike (March 1, 1994) recalled the well-known story of the child with a mouth from ear to ear that ate its mother and then went from house to house eating people. She also described a game the children in her village played pretending to be that creature, Ap'apaa.          SI, 153619 (38.7 cm high)

Mask having a wide toothy mouth. Viewing photographs of such masks, Yup'ik Justina Mike (March 1, 1994) recalled the well-known story of the child with a mouth from ear to ear that ate its mother and then went from house to house eating people. She also described a game the children in her village played pretending to be that creature, Ap'apaa. SI, 153619 (38.7 cm high)

Artic Yup'ik Eskimo mask  early 1900's  wood, pigment, feathers  33 7/8 x 23 1/2 in.

Artic Yup'ik Eskimo mask early 1900's wood, pigment, feathers 33 7/8 x 23 1/2 in.

Инуиты Галерея Ванкувера - специализирующийся в искусстве эскимосов, Северо-западного побережья искусства, родного Индийского искусства, канадских аборигенов искусства, ювелирные изделия, скульптуры...  _  Inuit Gallery of Vancouver - Specializing in Inuit art, Northwest Coast art, Native Indian art, Canadian aboriginal art, Jewelry, Sculptures...

Инуиты Галерея Ванкувера - специализирующийся в искусстве эскимосов, Северо-западного побережья искусства, родного Индийского искусства, канадских аборигенов искусства, ювелирные изделия, скульптуры... _ Inuit Gallery of Vancouver - Specializing in Inuit art, Northwest Coast art, Native Indian art, Canadian aboriginal art, Jewelry, Sculptures...

Africa | Rooster mask from the Ha or Tabwa people of Tanzania | Glass beads, textile and feathers

Africa | Rooster mask from the Ha or Tabwa people of Tanzania | Glass beads, textile and feathers

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