Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalayas, India Wood, glass beads 10 inches high by 7inches wide by 4 inches deep (25.4 by 17.8 by 10 cm) 18th-19th century
Ex Mort Golub collection
A mask from the Monpa/Sherdukpen people of Arunachal Pradesh, which is thought to be a monk or one of the sons of Apapek.
It is featured on the cover of a large book by Peter van Ham titled Arunachal: Peoples, Arts and Adornments in India’s Eastern Himalayas and also on page 95. The beautiful 12 by 9 inch, 236-page book is included with purchase.