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Hopi Katsina Doll From the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Miller
4/10/2015 - American Indian and Western Art: Live Salesroom Auction
painted with remnants of red, white, and blue pigment; doll retains inventory tag #133 of the Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Miller collection, owners of 49 Steps Gallery, Los Angeles; height 14.5 in., height with plexi base 16.5 in.
late 19th century

Illustrated on cover and page 3 of the 1967 exhibit catalogue, Kachinas, published by The Otis Art Institute of Los Angeles County.


Provenance:  
From the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Miller, Los Angeles, California


Condition:  
Expected wear.

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