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  • X2004.20.1 El Arbol de la Muerte: Maquilando Mujeres (The Tree of Death: Factory Women)

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    Object Name: El Arbol de la Muerte: Maquilando Mujeres (The Tree of Death: Factory Women)

    Artist: Veronica Castillo Hernández (b. 1967, Izúcar de Matamoros, Puebla, Mexico; lives and works in San Antonio, Texas, United States)

    Place of Origin: San Antonio, Texas, United States

    Date/Era: 2003

    Dimensions: H: 87.0 cm, W: 70.0 cm, D: 29.0 cm (H: 34.3 in, W: 27.6 in, D: 11.4 in)

    Medium/Materials: Ceramic, paint, wire

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Thomas Wortham.

    Accession Number: X2004.20.1

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  • X2005.1.1 Burial face mask

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    Burial face mask
    Paracas culture, Ocucaje, Ica Valley, south coast of Peru
    Early Horizon, circa 400-300 BCE
    Cotton warp and weft; plain weave painted with unwoven warps, painted tannin dyes
    77 x 30 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Lucas, Jr. X2005.1.1

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  • X2005.18.2 Figure

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    Object Name: Figure

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Maya

    Place of Origin: Jaina Island, Mexico

    Date/Era: 600 – 900 C.E.

    Medium/Materials: Ceramic, pigment

    Dimensions: H: 17.3 cm, W: 8.5 cm, D: 8.5 cm (H: 6.8 in, W: 3.3 in, D: 3.3 in)

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Goldenberg Family Trust.

    Accession Number: X2005.18.2

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  • X2005.18.3 Figure

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    Object Name: Figure

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Maya

    Place of Origin: Jaina Island, Mexico

    Date/Era: 600 – 900 C.E.

    Medium/Materials: Ceramic, pigment

    Dimensions: H: 20.0 cm, W: 7.5 cm, D: 6.7 cm (H: 7.9 in, W: 2.9 in, D: 2.6 in)

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Goldenberg Family Trust.

    Accession Number: X2005.18.3

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  • X2005.3.1 Danbalah la Flambeau (Danbala Flambeau)

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    Object Name: Danbalah la Flambeau (Danbala Flambeau)

    Artist: Edouard Duval-Carrié (b.1954, Haiti; lives and works in Miami Beach, Florida, United States)

    Place of Origin: Haiti

    Date/Era: 2000

    Dimensions: H: 176.4 cm, W: 263.0 cm, D: 10.5 cm (H: 69.4 in, W: 103.5 in, D: 4.1 in)

    Medium/Materials: Mixed media on canvas in artist’s frame

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase.

    Accession Number: X2005.3.1

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  • X2007.5.1 Lasiren and Ezili of the Waters

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    Lasiren and Ezili of the Waters
    Artist: Samuel Francois
    Haiti
    Cardboard, sequins, beads, glitter, plastic dolls, wigs
    1999
    H: 205.8 cm (81.0 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Marilyn Houlberg. X2007.5.1

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  • X2007.8.1 Curative Bundle

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    Curative Bundle
    Artist: Saveur St. Cyr
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti
    Dolls, ribbon, sequins, netting, dried medicinal leaves
    1999
    H: 37.0 cm, W: 22.0 cm, D: 11.0 cm (H: 14.5 in, W: 8.6 in, D: 4.3 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Marilyn Houlberg. X2007.8.1

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  • X2008.15.7 Necklace

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    Object Name: Necklace

    Artist: Antonio Pineda (1919 – 2009)

    Place of Origin: Mexico

    Date/Era: Circa 1953

    Dimensions: H: 22.1 cm

    Medium/Materials: Silver, onyx inlay

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Stuart and Cindy Hodosh.

    Accession Number: X2008.15.7

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  • X2008.35.16 My Dear Son Ramon Was Mortally Ill And The Dear Virgin Miraculously Healed Him. January 21, 1990.

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    Object Name: My Dear Son Ramon Was Mortally Ill And The Dear Virgin Miraculously Healed Him. January 21, 1990.

    Artist: David Mecalco

    Place of Origin: Mexico

    Materials Used: Paint on carved wood

    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. X2008.35.16

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  • X2008.35.21 Multiple Testimonies

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    Object Name: Multiple Testimonies
    Artist: David Mecalco
    Place of Origin: Mexico
    Materials Used: Mixed media on cardboard
    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. X2008.35.21

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  • X2008.35.24 The Face of a Child in Good Health. Juan Perez.

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    Object Name: The Face of a Child in Good Health. Juan Perez.
    Artist: David Mecalco
    Place of Origin: Mexico
    Materials Used: Paint on paper
    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. X2008.35.24

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  • X2008.35.28 Most Holy Mother, Help The Condemned Prisoners,…No Greediness…Nothing Evil. May 21, 1990.

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    Object Name: Most Holy Mother, Help The Condemned Prisoners, … No Greediness … Nothing Evil. May 21, 1990.

    Artist: David Mecalco

    Place of Origin: Mexico

    Materials Used: Paint on cardboard

    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. X2008.35.28

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