CANOE/CRADLE FIGURE

Lower Columbia River
18th century
wood, paint
length: 10 ¼”

SOLD
CN4183

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PROVENANCE   

Charles Ratton, Paris, France

RELATED EXAMPLES

This rare sculpture is stylistically similar to some of the earliest objects collected on the southern Northwest Coast.

For a mask believed to be collected by Captain James Cook between 1750-75 bearing very similar facial features, now in the Museo Ethnographico, Florence – see: King 1979, pg. 45

For a 19th century example – see: Ewing, 1982, pgs. 83 and 84