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Artist / Maker : Hunt, Richard ; Gwe-la-yo-gwe-la-gya
Title : Three Ravens
Date (Execution) : 1985
Geographical Origin : Fort Rupert, British Columbia, Canada
Cultural Group : Kwakwaka'wakw
Style / Period : Western Modern 1900-1950
Medium / Material  : Serigraph
Support / Technique : Paper
Object Type : screen prints
Visual Description : Black and red design of three ravens sitting atop each other in a totem pole style.
Accession # : U990.14.155
Width (cm) : 27.50
Height (cm) : 73.60
Depth (cm) : 0.00
Mandatory Credit : Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Grant, Purchased from the Collection of Vincent Rickard
Artist Statement : This print of three ravens represents Richard Hunt, his father Henry Hunt, and his grandfather Mungo Martin. It is a tribute to the Raven family clan. Two of the ravens hold coppers in their mouths - symbols of the power and prestige of Mungo Martin. Painted in the form of a totem pole with a seal base, this is a strong traditional Kwakiutl design. (Statement provided by Open Pacific Graphics)