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Object Name: The Forbidden Tree of Lawe’s Parotia, Ömie Mountains, and Beaks of Blyth’s hornbill (Mairi’e jeje ‘oho’ darohu’e, buboriano’e)
Artist: Ivy-Rose Sirimi (b. 1974)
Culture: Ömie peoples
Place of Origin: Duharenu Village, Oro Province, Papua New Guinea
Dimensions: 153 x 77 cm
Medium/Materials: Bark fiber, natural pigment
Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Purchased by the Fowler Textile Council.
Accession Number: X2011.11.1
Source: Marla C. Berns, World Arts, Local Lives: The Collections of the Fowler Museum at UCLA. Fowler Museum, Los Angeles, 2014.