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A long carved wooden House mask , possibly Keram or Ramu; Madang province, Papua new Guinea.

The mask of classical flat-style with a somewhat well-worked out face with long nose and smiling mouth, protruding eyes, likely Mid-century, this mask is well-carved and shows some traditional use and weathering.


Provenance: Acquired by Marc Seidler C. 1983. The mask measures 34 x 10 inches.

A Lower Sepik River House Mask

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