Guam River Ritual Hornbill Carving-New Guinea Art-Oceanic Art The Guam River is a very remote tributary to the east of the middle Ramu River. The anthropologist Dirk Smidt has written about the one-legged figures from the Kominimung people, but, other than this, there is virtually nothing on this amazing art-producing area. As this hornbill carving attests, the pre-contact style is raw and powerful. It is pre-contact, stone-carved and field collected by Michael Kremerskothen in Isarikan village. I published this piece in my new “Oceanic Art Provenance & History” catalog, no. 25, pages 138-39. It is 30 ½” (77.4 cm) in height and the price is available upon request. Questions?