Hopi Bean Dance Clown Dancers

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Art Prints are museum quality giclee pieces printed on archival paper. We offer two paper choices for you to select from, the Epson Enhanced Matte paper and the Hahneumuhle Photo Rag Bright White paper. Epson Ultrachrome K3 Archival Ink is used to ensure amazing color fidelity, gloss level, and scratch resistance, while providing stable colors.

 
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Title: Hopi Bean Dance Clown Dancers © 1988 Design: 4 Höh-ahs and Kököpöll-Mana in the center. Story: The Hopi Bean Dance ocurrs in the month of February each year in the villages on the Hopi Reservation in Arizona.. These Höh-ahs drum, sing and dance while other Kachinas go thru the plazas in the village. At one point, the Höh-ahs would meet up with Kököpöl-Mana and they would have her join their group. Kököpöll-Mana is a Show-Girl type of a Kachina, showing her legs or would be lifting up her skirt to men and at times to women to get the women laughingly mad. The Höh-ahs would have the Kököpöll-Mana dance while in the center of 2 Höh-ahs or behind 1 Höh-ah. The Bean Dance Clown Dancers would then dance through the village entertaining the villagers as many other kachinas come through the plazas. Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Board Measures 30.5 x 40.5 cm Not Framed Price: 295.00 € ($385.00)

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