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Silkscreen print with circular design in red and black, on white background. Depicts image of frog, with face in full view and body split down vertical axis. Design in centre of circle, made up of two red and two black ' leaf' shapes. The frog is one of the emblems of the Eagle clan. It is a print of a Charles Edenshaw crest design which was originally painted on a spruce root hat. Claude Davidson, a well known Haida artist and an hereditary chief in Masset, Chief Dadens, designed the print. His maternal grandfather was Charles Edenshaw (1839-1924), who has come to be known as the first professional Haida artist. Silkscreen prints are a recent development in Northwest Coast Native art, but they incorporate traditional design techniques and subject matter. The prints are often given away at potlatches as gifts from the host to the guests. Prints are also sold commercially to non-Native buyers; Excellent; Complete


Collected by: Crowther.Gillian in 1989

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