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Panel 18 in a series of 20 panels. Monochromatic drawing of a carved animal, shown with its open stomach toward the viewer. The animal's head is tilted up to display the chin, with the mostly toothless mouth open wide. Human-like hands are held in front, from the shoulders. The creature’s stomach has two door panels that are open wide, revealing a human face inside the cavity. The face is male with raised brows, narrow eyes, a large nose and an open, toothless mouth. Below the stomach is a short pointed tail. The background of the drawing shows a tight mass of foliage. Covered with plexi frame.


Image publication © Courtesy of Simon Fraser University Galleries, Burnaby, British Columbia.

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