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  1. Pat McGuire, Bowl, 1969
Item Details

Title: Bowl

Artist: Pat McGuire

Date: 1969

Format: Sculpture

Location: Museum of Anthropology, UBC

Fonds: A2576

Size: 7.10 × 7.50 cm

More Information: Carved argilite, canoe-shaped bowl with elongated ellipse shaped base and concaved, rectangular shaped top. Center of the bowl has two faces in relief. At one end is the head of a bear, at the other end is the face of a woman.  Courtesy UBC Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver, Canada, A2576. Derek Tan photographer.

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