Hano Supai Kachina / Oil on Panel / 6 x 6 Inches / Daily Painting #1390
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This is a Hopi Kachina doll, or Kachintihu, representing a Supai, or Havasupai Indian spirit. The Havasupai are a small tribe, one of the smallest in the United States, and have lived in the Grand Canyon for over a thousand years. This version is typical of the Hopi village of Hano on First Mesa.
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- Paintings will be shipped as soon as the paint dries to insure safe packing. (Please allow two weeks).
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