Zemle Antelope Mask, with gaping mouth, bared notched teeth, deeply-carved lozenge-shaped nostrils, flattened snout and grooved close-set brows, the forehead surmounted by a pair of backward curving horns with ribs in low relief black and red pigments, on a metal stand, ht. 24 in.
Provenance: Private collection, Massachusetts; Arthur Rothenberg Collection, New York City; Julius Carlebach, New York, 1947.
The property of Eric Rothenberg
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