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  1. Chief Henry Speck, Sea Monster Mask Dance - Ga-gish, 1958-1964
Item Details

Title: Sea Monster Mask Dance - Ga-gish

Artist: Chief Henry Speck

Date: [1964]

Format: Painting [watercolour]

Location: Museum of Anthropology, UBC

Fonds: Life Special Collection

Size: 41.90 × 34.30 cm

More Information: Images reproduced in 34.3×41.9 cm in small brochure published by Gallery of Tribal Arts for an exhibition of paintings by Henry Speck c. 1958-1964 in April, 1995 in Vancouver.  Courtesy of the University of British Columbia Library, Rare Books and Special Collections.

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