Category:Kwakwakawaka sculpture-71.1975.123.1

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Artist anonymous: kwakwakawaka sculpture-71.1975.123.1
Title
kwakwakawaka sculpture-71.1975.123.1
label QS:Len,"kwakwakawaka sculpture-71.1975.123.1"
label QS:Lfr,"Dzonoqwa"
Object type sculpture / pole
Depicted people Dzunukwa Edit this at Wikidata
Date 19th century
date QS:P,+1850-00-00T00:00:00Z/7
Medium cedar wood
medium QS:P186,Q5056949
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Dimensions Height: 325 cm (10.6 ft); Width: 69 cm (27.1 in); Thickness: 45 cm (17.7 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,+325U174728;P2049,+69U174728;P2610,+45U174728
institution QS:P195,Q167863
Accession number
71.1975.123.1 (Musée du quai Branly) Edit this at Wikidata
Notes Expedition of Charles F. Newcombe, 1905; gift of Max Ernst to the musée de l'Homme, 1975; deposit of the musée de l'Homme
References described at URL: Pilier de maison gwasila Edit this at Wikidata
Source/Photographer Unknown source
kwakwakawaka sculpture-71.1975.123.1 
Kwakiutl house pole representing the cannibal ogress Dzonoqwa. Cedarwood, Smith Inlet (British Columbia), second half of the 19th century.
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Instance ofsculpture,
pole
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Location Room 433, pavillon des Sessions
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  • 19th century
Width
  • 69 cm
Height
  • 325 cm
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kwakwakawaka sculpture-71.1975.123.1 (en); Dzonoqwa (fr) Kwakiutl house pole representing the cannibal ogress Dzonoqwa. Cedarwood, Smith Inlet (British Columbia), second half of the 19th century. (en); skulptūra (lv); pilier de maison kwakiutl représentant l'ogresse cannibale Dzonoqwa (fr); Skulptur in Kanada (de)

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