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Plucking the Pigeon

Description: The painting depicts a woman plucking the feathers from a small bird. On the table in front of her are other animals, a rabbit, more fowl, and a turkey. On the wall next to the woman are butchered meats and sausages alongside some metal chargers. Some celery and greens as well as a tall teapot sit among the dead animals on the table.
Date: 1800/1899~
Creator: Reding, Leon
Item Type: Artwork

Tsii'edo'a'tl

Description: The tubular musical instrument is strung from end to end with two strings and played with a bow. It is decorated with triangular red and black shapes.
Date: 1800/1899~

Plaza Mayor

Description: This view shows a detail of the fencing and seating on one road running alongside the plaza.
Date: 1800/1899~
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Plaza Mayor

Description: The aerial view of the town square shows the buildings and the garden area surrounded by iron fencing. The view is from the southwest.
Date: 1800/1899~
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Arched Harp

Description: The harp has a base and a long spindle rising at an angle from the base. The strings are stretched from leather covering the base to the spindle.
Date: 1800/1899~

Pandharpuri Tambura

Description: The long-necked instrument has four pegs and four strings. The gourd body is decorated with polychrome figures and animals. The entire outer edge of the instrument is decorated with a geometric design.
Date: 1800/1899~