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  • X91.176 Ornament for a sacred flute

    X91.176 Ornament for a sacred flute

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    Object Name: Ornament for a sacred flute

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Mundugumor peoples

    Place of Origin: Yuat River, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea

    Date/Era: 19th century

    Dimensions: L: 43 cm

    Medium/Materials: Wood, shell, hair, mud, feathers, plant fiber, seeds, leather

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Patricia B. Altman.

    Accession Number: X91.176

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  • X91.240A-D Figure (alebrije)

    X91.240A-D Figure (alebrije)

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    Object Name: Figure (alebrije)

    Artist: Felipe Linares (b. 1936, Mexico City, Mexico)

    Date/Era: Late 20th century

    Dimensions: 97 cm

    Medium/Materials: Papier-mâché

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase with Manus Funds.

    Accession Number: X91.240A-D

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  • X91.2505 Tastoán mask

    X91.2505 Tastoán mask

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    Object Name: Tastoán mask

    Artist: Unknown

    Place of Origin: Tonalá, Jalisco, Mexico

    Date/Era: 1920s

    Dimensions: H: 28 cm

    Medium/Materials: Glazed earthenware

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Lenore Hoag Mulryan.

    Accession Number: X91.2505

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  • X91.5703a-d Canoe (tatara)

    X91.5703a-d Canoe (tatara)

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    Object Name: Canoe (tatara)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Yami peoples

    Place of Origin: Botel Tobago Island [Lan Yü], Taiwan

    Date/Era: Early 20th century

    Medium/Materials: Wood, paint, feathers, twine

    Dimensions: L: 460.0 cm, W: 95.3 cm, H: 137.0 cm (L: 181.1 in, W: 37.5 in, H: 53.9 in)

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Anonymous gift.

    Accession Number: X91.5703a-d

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  • X91.67 Headrest

    X91.67 Headrest

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    Object Name: Headrest

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Luba peoples

    Place of Origin: Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Date/Era: Late 19th century

    Dimensions: H: 16 cm

    Medium/Materials: Wood, metal

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection.

    Accession Number: X91.67

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  • X92.29AB Male and female figures

    X92.29AB Male and female figures

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    Object Name: Male and female figures

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Bamileke peoples

    Place of Origin: Bangwa, Cameroon

    Date/Era: Late 19th to early 20th century

    Dimensions: H (male): 97 cm; H (female): 87 cm

    Medium/Materials: Male: wood; female: wood, hair

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Helen and Dr. Robert Kuhn.

    Accession Number: X92.29ab

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  • X92.78 Shrine sculpture

    X92.78 Shrine sculpture

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    Object Name: Shrine sculpture (izemize)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Ishan peoples

    Place of Origin: Nigeria

    Date/Era: 19th-20th century

    Dimensions: H: 201.0 cm, W: 70.0 cm, D: 13.0 cm (H: 79.1 in, W: 27.5 in, D: 5.1 in)

    Medium/Materials: Wood, pigment, cloth, string, fiber, chalk

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Jerome L. Joss.

    Accession Number: X92.78

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  • X93.18.1 Architectural fragment in the form of a hen (katik)

    X93.18.1 Architectural fragment in the form of a hen (katik)

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    Object Name: Architectural fragment in the form of a hen (katik)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Sa’dan Toraja peoples

    Place of Origin: Sulawesi, Indonesia

    Date/Era: Early to mid-20th century

    Dimensions: H: 254 cm

    Medium/Materials: Wood, pigment

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection.

    Accession Number: X93.18.1

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  • X93.26.32 Ceremonial shoulder cloth (lu’e)

    X93.26.32 Ceremonial shoulder cloth (lu’e)

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    Object Name: Ceremonial shoulder cloth (lu’e)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Ngadha peoples

    Place of Origin: Flores Island, Indonesia

    Date/Era: Late 19th or early 20th century

    Dimensions: 218 x 136 cm

    Medium/Materials: Cotton, indigo

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Anne and John Summerfield Collection.

    Accession Number: X93.26.32

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  • X93.35.1 Alunga Association headdress (m’ma mwitu)

    X93.35.1 Alunga Association headdress (m’ma mwitu)

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    Object Name: Alunga Association headdress (m’ma mwitu)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Bembe peoples

    Place of Origin: Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Date/Era: 19th to early 20th century

    Dimensions: Diam: 80 cm

    Medium/Materials: Wood, feathers, pigment, fiber

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Terry and Lionel Bell.

    Accession Number: X93.35.1

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  • X94.12.1.1-28 “Panteón” de Diablito Rojo (Cemetery of the Little Red Devil)

    X94.12.1.1-28 “Panteón” de Diablito Rojo (Cemetery of the Little Red Devil)

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    Object Name: “Panteón” de Diablito Rojo (Cemetery of the Little Red Devil)

    Artist: Felipe Linares (b. 1936, Mexico City, Mexico)

    Date/Era: 1982

    Dimensions: H: 198.1 cm

    Medium/Materials: Papier-mâché

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Margery Nathanson.

    Accession Number: X94.12.1.1-28

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  • X94.18.2 Otherworld husband (blolo bian) & X94.17.2 Otherworld wife (blolo bla)

    X94.18.2 Otherworld husband (blolo bian) & X94.17.2 Otherworld wife (blolo bla)

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    Object Name: Otherworld wife (blolo bla)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Baule peoples

    Place of Origin: Côte d’Ivoire

    Date/Era: 20th century

    Medium/Materials: Wood and paint

    Dimensions: H: 31.0 cm, W: 7.5 cm, D: 8.0 cm (H: 12.2 in, W: 2.9 in, D: 3.1 in)

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Anonymous gift.

    Accession Number: X94.17.2

     

    Object Name: Otherworld husband (blolo bian)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Baule peoples

    Place of Origin: Côte d’Ivoire

    Date/Era: 20th century

    Medium/Materials: Wood and paint

    Dimensions: H: 33.6 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Anonymous gift.

    Accession Number: X94.18.2

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