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U001.11.451
Artist / Maker : Livingston, John
Title : Hok-Hok Mask
Date (Execution) : 1996
Geographical Origin : Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Cultural Group : Canadian, Kwakwaka'wakw
Style / Period : Contemporary 1950 -
Medium / Material  : Red cedar; cedar bark; eagle feathers; paint; pigment
Support / Technique : carved; assembled; painted
Object Type : masks (costume); carvings (visual works)
Visual Description : This large mask is of a bird with a very long beak. The mask is painted in red, white, and black. The head is trimmed with long pieces of cedar bark that support small skulls and eagle feathers.
Accession # : U001.11.451
Width (cm) : 90.00
Height (cm) : 210.00
Depth (cm) : 30.00
Mandatory Credit : Gift of the Estate of Michael C. Williams
Artist Statement :