This largest Ocumicho in the current collection features a demon dog open mouthed in the center, flanked by skeletons, smaller dogs, birds and other imagery. This one from a later period, late 50s-60s. Amazing. This piece from Michoacan, Mexico, is part of a larger collection once deemed as too risqué for LACMA during The Hollywood Blacklist era. Mark on underside is the craftsperson’s name: Fransisca Gonssalez Gutierez. 18w x 16h x 8d.