BENT BOWL

Tlingit
Southeast Alaska
ca. 1820–40
wood, opercula shells
length: 11 ½˝

SOLD
N3885

Photographs

PROVENANCE

Collected by the Reverend Thomas Crosby

Museum of the American Indian, cat. no. 1/8081

The Raymond Wielgus Collection, Chicago, IL

Allan Frumkin, Chicago, IL, 1961

The Allen and Sally Wardwell Collection, New York, NY

EXHIBITED

Museum of Primitive Art, New York, “The Raymond Wielgus Collection”, 1960

Art Institute of Chicago, “Yakutat South: Indian Art of the Northwest Coast”, March 13 to April 26, 1964, Baruch College, New York, “The Indian Space Painters”, 1991

PUBLISHED

The Raymond Wielgus Collection, New York, Museum of Primitive Art, 1960, fig. 66

Yakutat South: Indian Art of the Northwest Coast, Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, 1964, pg. 54, pl. 125

The Indian Space Painters, New York, Baruch College, 1991, pg. 30

RELATED EXAMPLE

Sturtevant, William (ed.) Boxes and Bowls: Decorated Containers by Nineteenth Century Haida, Tlingit, Bella Bella, and Tsimshian Indian Artists. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1974, pl. 65