This image provided by the Seattle Art Museum shows a Japanese painted screen showing an eagle on a seashore.  The museum is modifying its friendly Super Bowl bet with the Denver Art Museum. The Seattle museum is withdrawing its offer of a Nuxalk raven mask because of objections from the Nuxalk Nation band at Bella Coola, British Columbia. Instead, the Seattle Art Museum is offering the painted screen showing an eagle on a seashore.
This image provided by the Seattle Art Museum shows a Japanese painted screen showing an eagle on a seashore. The museum is modifying its friendly Super Bowl bet with the Denver Art Museum. The Seattle museum is withdrawing its offer of a Nuxalk raven mask because of objections from the Nuxalk Nation band at Bella Coola, British Columbia. Instead, the Seattle Art Museum is offering the painted screen showing an eagle on a seashore. AP
This image provided by the Seattle Art Museum shows a Japanese painted screen showing an eagle on a seashore. The museum is modifying its friendly Super Bowl bet with the Denver Art Museum. The Seattle museum is withdrawing its offer of a Nuxalk raven mask because of objections from the Nuxalk Nation band at Bella Coola, British Columbia. Instead, the Seattle Art Museum is offering the painted screen showing an eagle on a seashore. AP

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