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  • X94.3.1a-j Ossuary

    X94.3.1a-j Ossuary

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    Object Name: Ossuary

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Western Barito peoples

    Place of Origin: Melawi River, West Kalimantan [Borneo], Indonesia

    Date/Era: 1940s

    Medium/Materials: Wood, pigment

    Dimensions: 217 x 243 x 120 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Leon Wallace.

    Accession Number: X94.3.1a-j

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  • X94.31.1-27 Apartheid’s Funeral

    X94.31.1-27 Apartheid’s Funeral

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    Object Name: Apartheid’s Funeral

    Artist: Johannes Segogela (b. 1936)

    Place of Origin: South Africa

    Date/Era: 1994

    Dimensions: H (of tallest): 53 cm

    Medium/Materials: Wood and paint

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Patricia B. Altman in Memory of Dr. Franklin D. Murphy.

    Accession Number: X94.31.1-27

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  • X94.35.1ab Flags (drapo Vodou) for Sen Jak and Danbala

    X94.35.1ab Flags (drapo Vodou) for Sen Jak and Danbala

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    Object Name: Flags (drapo Vodou) for Sen Jak and Danbala

    Artist: Unknown

    Place of Origin: Haiti

    Date/Era: Mid-20th century

    Dimensions: 96 x 93 cm

    Medium/Materials: Silk, cotton, sequins, beads, thread, fringe

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

    Accession Number: X94.35.1ab

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  • X95.22.5 Dessalines Ripping the White from the Flag

    X95.22.5 Dessalines Ripping the White from the Flag

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    Object Name: Dessalines Ripping the White from the Flag

    Artist: Madsen Mompremier (b.1952)

    Place of Origin: Gonaïves, Haiti

    Date/Era: 1995

    Dimensions: 77.2 x 91.4 cm

    Medium/Materials: Oil on canvas

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase.

    Accession Number: X95.22.5

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  • X95.38.155 Areca nut cutter (kacip) in the form of a stag

    X95.38.155 Areca nut cutter (kacip) in the form of a stag

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    Object Name: Areca nut cutter (kacip) in the form of a stag

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Javanese peoples

    Place of Origin: North Coast of Java, Indonesia

    Date/Era: 19th to 20th century

    Medium/Materials: Iron, silver

    Dimensions: L: 27.6 cm, W: 13.0 cm, H: 2.8 cm (L: 10.8 in, W: 5.1 in, H: 1.1 in)

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Samuel Eilenberg.

    Accession Number: X95.38.155

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  • X95.38.177 Areca nut cutter (kacip) in the form of a mythical lion (singha)

    X95.38.177 Areca nut cutter (kacip) in the form of a mythical lion (singha)

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    Object Name: Areca nut cutter (kacip) in the form of a mythical lion (singha)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Balinese peoples

    Place of Origin: Bali, Indonesia

    Date/Era: 19th century

    Medium/Materials: Iron, gold, quartz

    Dimensions: L: 21.2 cm, W: 9.6 cm, H: 3.0 cm (L: 8.3 in, W: 3.7 in, H: 1.1 in)

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Samuel Eilenberg.

    Accession Number: X95.38.177

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  • X95.46 (Series of Figures)

    X95.46 (Series of Figures)

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    Object Name: Series of Figures

    Artist: Thomas Ona [Thomas Onajeje Odulate]

    Cultural Group: Yoruba peoples

    Place of Origin: Ikorodu, Nigeria

    Date: Early to mid-20th century

    Materials used: Wood, paint

    Dimensions: H (of tallest): 31 cm

    Credit Line and Accession Numbers: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Estate of William A. McCarthy-Cooper.
    X95.46.9a–c
    X95.46.12a–c
    X95.46.19a–c
    X95.46.28a–c
    X95.46.32
    X95.46.35
    X95.46.37

     

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  • X95.46 Series of Figures

    X95.46 Series of Figures

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    Object Name: Series of Figures

    Artist: Thomas Ona [Thomas Onajeje Odulate]

    Culture: Yoruba peoples

    Place of Origin: Ikorodu, Nigeria

    Date/Era: Early to mid-20th century

    Medium/Materials: Wood, paint

    Dimensions: H (of tallest): 31 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Estate of William A. McCarthy-Cooper.

    Accession Numbers: X95.46.9a-c, X95.46.12a-c, X95.46.19a-c, X95.46.28a-c, X95.46.32, X95.46.35, X95.46.37

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  • X95.5.1 Crown

    X95.5.1 Crown

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    Object Name: Crown

    Artist: José Rodriguez (b. 1956)

    Place of Origin: Brooklyn, New York, United States

    Culture: Yoruba peoples

    Date/Era: 1997

    Dimensions: W: 22.0 cm, D: 24.0 cm, H: 60.5 cm (W: 8.7 in, D: 9.4 in, H: 23.8 in)

    Medium/Materials: Beads, thread, feathers, fabric, wood, shells

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase, Commissioned by the Fowler Museum.

    Accession Number: X95.5.1

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  • X96.1.9 Woman’s tube skirt (panapisan)

    X96.1.9 Woman’s tube skirt (panapisan)

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    Object Name: Woman’s tube skirt (panapisan)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Bagobo peoples

    Place of Origin: Mindanao, Philippines

    Date/Era: Early 20th century

    Medium/Materials: Abaca fiber, natural dyes

    Dimensions: 193 x 80 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Peabody-Barker Collection, Gift of Ventura County Museum of History and Art.

    Accession Number: X96.1.9

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  • X96.42.11 Ibis figure

    X96.42.11 Ibis figure

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    Object Name: Ibis figure

    Artists: Jorge Wilmot, designer (1928 – 2012); Antonio Ramirez, sculptor; Ernesto Ramirez, painter

    Place of Origin: Tonalá, Jalisco, Mexico

    Date/Era: 1976

    Dimensions: L: 50 cm

    Medium/Materials: Polychrome, ceramic

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

    Accession Number: X96.42.11

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  • X96.42.13 Retablo for Saint Jerome (San Jerónimo)

    X96.42.13 Retablo for Saint Jerome (San Jerónimo)

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    Object Name: Retablo for Saint Jerome (San Jerónimo)

    Artist: Unknown

    Place of Origin: Mexico

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

    Dimensions: H: 36.4 cm, W: 27.0 cm, D: 2.0 cm (H: 14.3 in, W: 10.6 in, D: .79 in)

    Medium/Materials: Metal, paint, glass

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

    Accession Number: X96.42.13

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