Shaman's mask in the form of a woman's face with inset mouth.
Shaman's mask in the form of a woman's face with inset mouth. Shamans possessed a large number of masks and would use them during dances or healing rituals. From the Chudnovsky Collection. Museum no 211-6. Country of Origin: Northwest Coast of America. Date/Period: collected 1890. Culture: Tlingit. Place of Origin: Admiralty Island. Material/Size: Wood, H=21.3 cm. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Museum of Anthropology & Ethnography Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg. Location: 35.
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