Quechua Rag Doll


Collection

Priscella Murr Collection


Identifier

MU8


Artist

Unknown


Description

This is a fabric rag doll that resembles a Quechua dancer in the traditional Inti Raymi ceremony. The doll has a face on both of its sides so that the dancer can never be surprised by the Devil in the Inti Raymi ceremony. The Quechua people are an indigenous people who live in the Northern Andes of Ecuador. 


Medium

textile

Width

7.25in

Height

2in

Length

18in

Where Made (Country)

Ecuador

Related place

Ecuador

Name of Donor

Priscilla Murr