Medium: Wood, copper alloy, glass beads, fiber, organic materials
Dates:late 19th century
Dimensions: 7 1/2 x 1 3/4 x 2 in. (19.1 x 4.4 x 5.1 cm)
Museum Location: Double Take Installation, East Gallery, 1st Floor
Accession Number: 80.100
Catalogue Description: Standing figure of deep reddish-brown glossy tone. The legs are large and slightly flexed, a pronounced concave torso and very elongated arms with elbows resting on knees and hands touching chin. Oval head with beard and two pointed horns emerging from top. Face is carefully delineated with pointed chin, triangular nose, heavy-lidded eyes. The figure has large feet and stands on its own base, which is decorated with 15 brass tacks. A triple strand of glass beads, white and very light green, decorate the neck. Condition: good. Small round opening at top of hairline, another one on back between shoulders. Tip of right horn broken off and separate. Surface of figure sticky in some areas.