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  1. Chief Henry Speck, Moon Mask Dancers
Item Details

Title: Moon Mask Dancers

Artist: Chief Henry Speck

Date: [1962]

Format: Painting [watercolour]

Location: Museum of Anthropology, UBC

Fonds: MOA ID A8003

Size: 36.60 × 42.90 cm

More Information: Three masked dancers with button blankets, one with a killer whale on the back. Two front facing dancers wear cedar bark neck rings. Courtesy UBC Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver, Canada, A8003. Derek Tan photographer.

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