Dramatic Museum Realia

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Dramatic Museum Realia: Puppets: Burma: Gallery

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Burmese marionette of male with white face and sand-colored robe

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Title

Burmese marionette of male with white face and sand-colored robe

Description

Male with white face hands & feet, pointed headdress, sand-colored robe with silver trim, full-length weighted apron; headdress rounded, yellow, trimmed in silver

Source

Dramatic Museum Realia
Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University

Identifier

DM number: P20.02
Box: 1

Coverage

Burma

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Provenance

o

Citation

"Marionettes in Museums of the United States," in Puppetry, a Yearbook of Puppets and Marionettes. Edited by Paul McPharlin, 23-28. Detroit: The Inland Press, 1930.; Spaulding, Jean, "Masks and Marionettes," Institute Magazine Dec. 1929: 12-13, 28-29.; Bell, John. "Puppets and 'The Iconography of Drama': The Brander Matthews Collection at Columbia University." in American Puppetry. Edited by Phyllis T. Dircks, 105-117. New York: McFarland and Company, 2004.

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Original Format

Marionettes (stringed puppets)
wood, cloth

Physical Dimensions

13" (19")

Citation

“Burmese marionette of male with white face and sand-colored robe,” Columbia University Libraries Online Exhibitions, accessed May 29, 2024, https://exhibitions.library.columbia.edu/exhibits/show/realia/item/1337.

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