Native American Hopi Painted Wooden Hoe "Corn & Rain" - Wilson Tasaquaptewa (1871-1960)
Born of the bear clan in Hopi village of Oraibi, Third Mesa, Arizona, Tasquapttewa was village chief 1904-1960. His kachinas are recognized world-wide, known for their eccentric originality. The use of this motif on a corn hoe is highly unusual.
Ex. Barry Walsh, Massachusetts
11.75" tall x 3.75" wide