Archive / Tsonoqua Mask

All content on this site is protected by copyright. The educational resources on this site may be used, reproduced and distributed by instructors for non-commercial, educational purposes without additional permission. Any other reproduction or use of content from this site requires the user to obtain copyright clearance.

  1. Ellen Neel, Tsonoqua Mash, 1960
Item Details

Title: Tsonoqua Mask

Artist: Ellen Neel

Date: 1960

Format: Sculpture

Location: Pegasus Gallery of Canadian Art (on-line)

Size: 16.50 × 25.40 × 8.90 cm

More Information: Carved wood mask.  Collection of the Pegasus Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

Further Research: Aboriginal Art in the Sixties
  1. 09. Katherine Hepburn receiving totem pole carved by Ellen Neel from Harry Duker, Totem Land Society
    Ellen Neel (Photograph)
  2. 10. Before Public Reception, Vancouver Province, Monday, January 27, 1958
    Ellen Neel (Ephemera)
  3. 11. Sea Monster Dance Mask
    Chief Henry Speck (Drawing)
  4. 12. Moon Mask Dancers
    Chief Henry Speck (Painting)
  5. 13. Sea Monster Mask Dance - Ga-gish
    Chief Henry Speck (Painting)
  6. 14. Indian Art, Vancouver Sun, July 6, 1948
    Ted Neel and Ellen Neel (Ephemera)
  7. 15. Neel Family As Totem Pole
    Ellen Neel, David Neel, and David Neel (Photograph)