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Holi (or Hooli) kachina tihu, Hopi (Colton [#260) [jcx] circa 1920. H 29 cm. Barton Wright states that the name Holi comes from the word that this katsina constantly sings or shouts. Third Mesa villagers maintain that they originated this katsina and it was witnessed for the first time in the spring of 1904. He appears in both Kiva and Plaza Dances. The black line across his face is said to represent lightning.Ht 29 cm

Holi (or Hooli) kachina tihu, Hopi (Colton [#260) [jcx] circa 1920. H 29 cm. Barton Wright states that the name Holi comes from the word that this katsina constantly sings or shouts. Third Mesa villagers maintain that they originated this katsina and it was witnessed for the first time in the spring of 1904. He appears in both Kiva and Plaza Dances. The black line across his face is said to represent lightning.Ht 29 cm

Hopi Holi’katsina Doll - Barton Wright states that the name Holi comes from the word that this katsina constantly sings or shouts. Third Mesa villagers maintain that they originated this katsina and it was witnessed for the first time in the spring of 1904.  He appears in both Kiva and Plaza Dances.  The black line across his face is said to represent lightning.

Hopi Holi’katsina Doll - Barton Wright states that the name Holi comes from the word that this katsina constantly sings or shouts. Third Mesa villagers maintain that they originated this katsina and it was witnessed for the first time in the spring of 1904. He appears in both Kiva and Plaza Dances. The black line across his face is said to represent lightning.

Holi (or Hooli) kachina tihu, Hopi (Colton [#260) [jcx] circa second half XXth century. Barton Wright states that the name Holi comes from the word that this katsina constantly sings or shouts. Third Mesa villagers maintain that they originated this katsina and it was witnessed for the first time in the spring of 1904. He appears in both Kiva and Plaza Dances. The black line across his face is said to represent lightning. Provenance : J. Mark Sublette

Holi (or Hooli) kachina tihu, Hopi (Colton [#260) [jcx] circa second half XXth century. Barton Wright states that the name Holi comes from the word that this katsina constantly sings or shouts. Third Mesa villagers maintain that they originated this katsina and it was witnessed for the first time in the spring of 1904. He appears in both Kiva and Plaza Dances. The black line across his face is said to represent lightning. Provenance : J. Mark Sublette

Hopi Mahu or Cicada Kachina doll Carving by Native American Artist Lauren Honyouti KS62004 http://www.silvertribe.com

Hopi Mahu or Cicada Kachina doll Carving by Native American Artist Lauren Honyouti KS62004 http://www.silvertribe.com

KACHINA tumoala ou devil's claw kachina Hopi, Arizona, Cottonwood, pigments, Circa 1920 Ht 21 cm L

KACHINA tumoala ou devil's claw kachina Hopi, Arizona, Cottonwood, pigments, Circa 1920 Ht 21 cm L

Butterfly Kachina

Butterfly Kachina

KACHINA Rugan danseur maïs Hopi, Arizona, Cottonwood, pigments, plumes vers 1920 Ht 24,5 cm

KACHINA Rugan danseur maïs Hopi, Arizona, Cottonwood, pigments, plumes vers 1920 Ht 24,5 cm

Navajo Kachina - Hummingbird Navajo Kachina Dancer Doll. The Hummingbird Kachina is a brilliant impersonator during winter and spring dances. The Kachina bobs and calls like a bird while it moves with great speed. He may also appear as a runner because he moves fast enough to catch an individual and whip him with his decorative staff. 6", 10" or 12" - from $39.95.

Navajo Kachina - Hummingbird Navajo Kachina Dancer Doll. The Hummingbird Kachina is a brilliant impersonator during winter and spring dances. The Kachina bobs and calls like a bird while it moves with great speed. He may also appear as a runner because he moves fast enough to catch an individual and whip him with his decorative staff. 6", 10" or 12" - from $39.95.

Kachina AHOTE HOPI , circa 1960 Yeux ronds et exorbités indiquant son

Kachina AHOTE HOPI , circa 1960 Yeux ronds et exorbités indiquant son

KACHINA Wilson Tawakaptewa (1871-1960) Cottonwood, pigments, plume Hopi, Arizona, U S A Vers 1930 Ht: 22,5cm

KACHINA Wilson Tawakaptewa (1871-1960) Cottonwood, pigments, plume Hopi, Arizona, U S A Vers 1930 Ht: 22,5cm

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