Santo de la Cruz Carrillo, ‘Werika’, 2019, Arte Marakame
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Werika, 2019

Micro crystal beads with epoxy on plastic
5 4/5 × 5 1/5 × 8 3/10 in
14.8 × 13.1 × 21.2 cm
This is a unique work.
$1,150
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Morelia
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This human male Australian Aboriginal skull was found in 1905 near the lower Darling River in New …

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This human male Australian Aboriginal skull was found in 1905 near the lower Darling River in New South Wales, Australia, and is calculated to be from a very stout 50-year-old male of the Bindaboo Tribe. It is in natural bone color.
This skull is made of two parts, cranium and jaw.

Santo de la Cruz Carrillo, ‘Werika’, 2019, Arte Marakame
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This human male Australian Aboriginal skull was found in 1905 near the lower Darling River in New …

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This human male Australian Aboriginal skull was found in 1905 near the lower Darling River in New South Wales, Australia, and is calculated to be from a very stout 50-year-old male of the Bindaboo Tribe. It is in natural bone color.
This skull is made of two parts, cranium and jaw.

Werika, 2019

Micro crystal beads with epoxy on plastic
5 4/5 × 5 1/5 × 8 3/10 in
14.8 × 13.1 × 21.2 cm
This is a unique work.
$1,150
location
Morelia
Have a question? Read our FAQ.