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Duck Pipe

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Glenn LaFontaine, Duck Pipe, ca. 1975, clay and acrylic paint, Gift of The Amon G. Carter Foundation, © unknown, research required, 2004.78.2

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Title

Duck Pipe

Artist

Glenn LaFontaine (American and Cree, born 1947)

Date

ca. 1975

Medium

clay and acrylic paint

Dimensions (H x W x D)

20 in x 8 3/4 in x 9 in

Inscriptions & Markings

incised mark: small skull, incised into clay, verso of leg

Collection Area

Native American Art; Modern and Contemporary Art

Category

Plains

Sculpture

Object Type

sculpture

Culture

American

Cultural Group

Cree

Credit Line

Gift of The Amon G. Carter Foundation

Accession Number

2004.78.2

Copyright

© unknown, research required

Terms

acrylic paint

clay

Cree

figures

men

pipes

sculpture

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