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In Pletka, this painting is described as, “The Hopi Crow Bride kachina, or Angwushahai-i, is pictured in human form. Dolls and dancers representing the Crow Mother generally wear masks with ears of huge crow wings. Pletka brought the symbol to life.”

PROVENANCE
The Artist
[Aston Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ]
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Beaudry, Tucson, AZ
Present owner, by descent, Tucson, AZ

LITERATURE
Evan Maurer, Intro., Pletka (Flagstaff, AZ: Northland Press, 1983), pages 74-5, illustrated

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