183.0 x 79.0 x 75.0 cm figure; stick 67.2 cm length; rattle 151.5 cm length:
a - cassowary feather mask; 183 x 79 x 75 cm; length
b - rattle; 151.5 cm; length
c - club; 67.2 cm
Tony Tuckson, Aboriginal and Melanesian art, Sydney, 1973, 51. cat.no. H49
Natalie Wilson (Editor), Plumes and pearlshells: art of the New Guinea highlands, Sydney, 2014, 68 (illus.), 69 (colour illus.), 159. cat.no. 11
Natalie Wilson, Hunting the collectors: Pacific collections in Australian museums, art galleries and archives, '(Works of) paradise and yet: Stanley Gordon Moriarty, Tony Tuckson and the collection of Oceanic Art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales', pg. 221-241, Newcastle upon Tyne, 2007, 232.
Natalie Wilson, Look, 'A myriad of artforms: rare and beautiful objects from the highlands of New Guinea', pg. 24-28, Newtown, May 2014, 24, 25 (colour illus., detail).
Loan exhibition of Native art from the private collection previously not displayed of Mr S G Moriarty, Gallery Stephen Kellner, Australia, 15 Sep 1966–06 Oct 1966
Aboriginal and Melanesian art, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 19 Oct 1974 -
Plumes and pearlshells: art of the New Guinea highlands, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 30 May 2014–10 Aug 2014