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  1. Mungo Maritin, T'sonokua in the water with an Octopus, 1950
Item Details

Title: T'sonokua in the water with an Octopus

Artist: Mungo Martin

Date: 1950

Format: Painting [watercolour]

Location: Museum of Anthropology, UBC

Fonds: MOA ID A9045

Size: 45.70 × 30.00 cm

More Information: T’sonokua (Wild Woman of the Woods) Mungo Martin, while recuperating in hospital in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s, began drawing and painting in pencil and watercolour.  Courtesy UBC Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver, Canada, A9045. Kyla Bailey photographer.

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