Rice deity "bulul"
Philippines - Luzon, Ifugao, Tagiling or workshop
|T. Morita, Japan (coll. in situ,1980s/90s)||H: 18.9 inch||sold|
wood, This figure can be attributed to the carver Tagiling or his workshop, mainly because of its facial features and naturalistic hints (collarbone). Tagiling, who worked in the village of Kababuyan in northern Luzon in the first quarter of the 20th century, is one of the few Ifugao artists known by name.