primitive, artifact, craft
SOUTHWESTERN: HOPI Cottonwood Kachina Doll, c. 1950. Among the Hopi, kachina dolls are traditionally carved by the uncles and given to uninitiated girls at the Bean Dance (Spring Bean Planting Ceremony) and Home Dance Ceremony in the summer. The function of the dolls is to acquaint children with some of the many kachinas.
Hopi Cottonwood Kachina Doll, c. 1950
Maison Indigo | MilK - Le magazine de mode enfant
Colima Seated Figure, Protoclassic, ca 100 BC-AD 250, in characteristic ready pose, head turned left and drinking from the shallow bowl, wearing finely incised chest band and large crescentic shell pendant, the head wrapped with inscised bands. height 14 5/8 in. 37.2 cm
Knight's gravestone, St Columba's Isle, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Waka (canoe), New Zealand. Photo by...?