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 Mungo Martin  (1884 - 1962)

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Lived/Active: British Columbia / Canada      Known for: carver of masks, totems

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Detail of Centennial Totem at Maritime Museum, Vancouver 100 feet tall, red cedar carved by Mungo Martin, assisted by Henry Hunt and David Martin
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Mungo Martin (Chief NaKePenkim) was one of the Northwest Coast's most significant artists and mentors, a man who greatly contributed to the preservation of traditional Kwakwaka'wakw culture, and instigated its resurgence.

Martin restored poles and house posts for the University of British Columbia's Museum of Anthropology and for the Provincial Museum of British Columbia, and was chief carver at the latter institution's Thunderbird Park. He also replicated and created new feast dishes, m (showing 500 of 14582 characters).

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