Musical Rasp and Rubbing Stick

Musical Rasp and Rubbing Stick

early 1900s
Culture
Ute
rasp, musical, stick, rubbing
wood, paint, and antler
Native Arts acquisition fund
1951.72A-B

Ute artist, Morache and rubbing stick, early 1900s. Wood, paint, and antler; 23½ x 2 in. (morache), 10¼ x 1¼ in. (rubbing stick). Denver Art Museum: Native Arts acquisition fund, 1951.72A-B. Photography © Denver Art Museum

Dimensions
length: 23 1/2 in, 59.69 cm; width: 2 in, 5.0800 cm
Department
Native Arts
Collection
Indigenous Arts of North America
Known Provenance
Erich Kohlberg, Denver, CO, before 1951; Denver Art Museum, 1951.

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