Place where the work was made
carved wood, bamboo cane, natural fibre tassels, cassowary feathers, white and ochre natural pigments, charcoal
140.0 x 94.0 cm :
0 - Whole; 140 cm; width at widest point
0 - Whole; 94 cm
0 - Whole; 15.5 cm
Not on display
Referenced in 3 publications
Tony Tuckson, Melanesian art, Sydney, 1966, 11. cat.no. 99: Mask board. Carved in relief, curvilinear design. Cassowary feathers and fibre tassels. Wood, painted white, black and red, 56h x 37w, Jiginimba (north of Korogo), Sepik River. Coll: S.G. Moriarty. M974.
Catalogue of acquisitions 1976, Sydney, 1976, 96 (illus.). cat.no. 295: titled 'Face board'
Collection of S G Moriarty, Dee Why, 1970, (illus.). This mask can be seen with other objects on page captioned: 'Sepik artifacts with a display of hooks', in the house of Stan Moriarty in Dee Why.