Witnesses to the traditions of the Hopi Indian peoples of Arizona, the sculpted Katsinam objects (song. Kachina) are expressed during traditional dances accompanying the annual festivals in favor of the rain.
This semi-cylindrical Hopi-type mask bears colored patterns edged in black, the choice of colors of which is not insignificant because it indicates the nature of the spirit represented. Large ears are set on either side of the volume of the face, while a tubular mouth forms a protrusion.
The patina is matte, velvety and grainy, desiccation cracks.
This item is sold with its certificate of authenticity
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