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Decoy: Black Duck (one of a pair)
Charles Hart (American, 1862–1960)
Object Place: Gloucester, Massachusetts, United States
15.87 x 45.72 x 17.78 cm (6 1/4 x 18 x 7 in.)
Medium or Technique
Not On View
Black duck decoy of painted wood with bead eyes, yellow-green bill, brown-black body, scalloped and flecked with ochre; hollow; head not movable; deeply carved wings with green bars.
Acquired by the donor in May 1958 and given to the Museum on November 12, 1959.
Gift of Maxim Karolik