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Old Bering Sea Peoples, Alaska - Human Figure, 2nd Century BC- 1st Century AD, walrus ivory.
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#Precolumbian -- Old Bering Sea Peoples, Alaska -- Human Figure -- 2nd Century BCE -- 1st Century CE -- Walrus ivory -- Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Human Figure 2nd Century BC- 1st Century AD Old Bering Sea Peoples, Alaska Height: 9.5 cm Made from walrus ivory Ivory half figure made at this time were rendered with minimal detail. They are sometimes referred to as dolls, or ceremonial or shamanistic objects. The ivory torsos are known primarily from the region of the St. Lawrence and Punuk islands in the Bering Sea between Alaska and Siberia. (Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Human Figure [Old Bering Sea peoples; Alaska] (1979.206.695)| Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Three Eskimo scrimshaw items Including a full walrus tusk, completely engraved to depict hunting scenes, animals, and vignettes of village and domestic life; and two drilled cribbage boards, one in the shape of a seal, the other decorated with images of sea creatures.
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Small #Inuit boy in fur clothing Image No: ND-1-18 Title: Inuit boy in winter clothing, Nome (?), Alaska. Date: [ca. 1903-1908]
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Here for your consideration is an aesthetic picture of Drilling Ivory. It was created in 1929 by Edward S. Curtis. The photograph presents an Eskimo man, wearing hooded parka, manually drilling an ivory tusk. We have created this collection of illustrations primarily to serve as a valuable educational tool. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Image ID# 3306F3C0
Eskimo Ivory Carver
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Here for your consideration is an aesthetic picture of Drilling Ivory. It was created in 1929 by Edward S. Curtis. The photograph presents an Eskimo man, wearing hooded parka, manually drilling an ivory tusk.
Native American Edward Curtis Nunivak Ivory Driller
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Eskimo Ivory Carver
old photograph of inuit girl and her husky
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Inuitgirl with her husky
As a dog musher in Alaska, this photo melted my heart quicker than a polar ice cap. An Inuit girl with her husky puppy in the hood of her amatiuq circa 1920. Mothers would also carry their infants in the same manner. This little girl is playing mommy and baby with her puppy.
Native American Girl & Her Siberian Husky. I love this pic with her puppy on her back. This picture is for your eyes only :)
Eskimo Woman 1899
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Inuit woman in Fur Parka by Unknown Artist, 1899. B**
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Inuit Woman, 1899. Arctic indigenous populations now range from about 80% in Greenland, 50% in Canada, 20% in Alaska, 15% in Arctic Norway and as little as 3-4% in Arctic Russia.
Eskimo Woman with a wry look, 1899 Arctic indigenous populations now range from about 80% in Greenland, 50% in Canada, 20% in Alaska, 15% in Arctic Norway and as little as 3-4% in Arctic Russia...Yes!! Eskimos are Native American too!!!
Inupiat girls near Nome, Alaska - 1908 — with Wayne Drake
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Two laughing Inuit children, in native clothing, Nome, Alaska. Date: [ca. 1900-1908]
Inupiat girls Nome, Alaska - 1908
Girls wearing boots. Nome, c1915.Lomen Brothers, John Urban Collection; Anchorage Museum, B64.1.395.
Inuit Family in Winter Clothing Alaska Date:1903
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Inuit Family in Winter Clothing in Alaska 1903. The Inuit are a group of culturally similar indigenous peoples inhabiting the Arctic regions of Canada (Northwest Territories, Nunatsiavut, Nunavik, Nunavut, Nunatukavut), Denmark (Greenland), Russia (Siberia) and the United States (Alaska). Inuit means “the people” in the Inuktitut language. An Inuk is singular for Inuit person, whereas Inuit is plural. The Inuit language is grouped under Eskimo–Aleut languages
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Inuit Family in Winter Clothing Alaska Date:1903 • Lomen Brothers, Glenbow Museum, Calgary
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Inuit, Greenland - 1903
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Greenlandic Inuits, 1903
Shaman’s mask Inuit, Alaska whale bone A nicely carved traditional mask that demonstrates that wonderful style of the Inuit.
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Native American Inuit Shaman's Whalebone Mask
Shaman’s mask Inuit, Alaska 8.3 inches, whale bone A nicely carved traditional mask that demonstrates that wonderful style of the Inuit. It was purchased new in Alaska in the 1980’s and used only for display.
Anthropologists believe that the use of two labret plugs at the corners of the lower lip protected Inuit men while hunting at sea. The labrets seemed to mimic either walrus tusks or the white patches at the sides of killer whales, providing for a spiritual transformation from human to animal that was to aid them in the water.
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Anthropologists believe that the use of two labret plugs at the corners of the lower lip protected Inuit men while hunting at sea. The labrets seemed to mimic either walrus tusks or the white patches at the sides of killer whales; providing for a spiritual transformation from human to animal that was to aid them in the water.
Inuit men wearing labrets - circa 1910
Point Hope Inuit (Alaska), Spoon, ivory, c. 1860.
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Löffel, Walross Elfenbein - Point Hope Inuit, Alaska, ca. 1860 ... Spoon, walrus ivory
Point Hope Inupiat (Alaska), Spoon, ivory, c. 1860.
I heart Inuit art. Winnipeg Art Gallery has an amazing exhibit right now!
Point Hope Inuit, Alaska, Ivory Spoon, 1860
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Arctic Coops, Ivory Pin, Caribou Antlers, Bowhead Baleen, Black Bowhead, Narwhals Harvest, Arctic Ivory, Coops Stores, Repuls Bays
Behind the counter at the Arctic Coop store in Repulse Bay, Nunavut. These ivory pins and brooches are carved by Inuit residents from tusks of walrus and narwhale harvested for their meat and blubber. Some grey to tan-coloured caribou antler and black bowhead baleen are in there too.
Inuit bone and carved walrus ivory: clips and serrated objects.
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Inuit bone and carved walrus ivory: clips and serrated objects. EDC ...?...lol
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Inuit Art Alive — The Artists
Inuit amulets. Visit us. buckweed.org. Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.
Inuit ivory and bone amulets.
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Native American art - Carved animals
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Inuit carved bone and ivory figures and amulets
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And they say that the cold gives you wrinkles...Don't believe everything you hear. And anyhow just look at all the other beautiful women on this board who are full of wrinkles! Inuit woman, Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, Canada
Faces of the Arctic - Inuit elder Qappik Attagutsiak in her traditional caribou and sealskin clothes. Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canadian high Arctic #world #cultures
Arctic Bay Inuit woman - Baffin Island, Canada. Faces.
Arctic Yup'ik Eskimo mask, early 1900s. Wood, pigment, feathers. 33 7/8 x 23 1/2"
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Artic Yupik Eskimo mask early 1900s wood, pigment, feathers 33 7/8 x 23 1/2 in.
Walrus ivory snow goggles | 1200 - 1600
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Inuit snow goggles.
Inuit Shades, better known as snow goggles, these cool shades are a type of eye wear traditionally worn by the Inuit people of the arctic to prevent snow blindness while hunting or traveling on spring ice. And yes, we can credit the fabulous Inuit of the far north for the world’s first sunglasses, which can be dated back 2000 years ago and are found in the west coast Alaska region.
The Eskimos were the first to develop 'snow glasses" this is beautiful! Meticulously carved ivory pair of snow goggles by the Punuk Eskimos of Alaska. Art Curator & Art Adviser. I am targeting the most exceptional art! See Catalog @ http://www.BusaccaGallery.com
AN IMPORTANT PAIR OF PUNUK ESKIMO (600-1100 AD) ENGRAVED IVORY SNOW GOGGLES** carved of walrus ivory, sculpted to fit the wearer's face, the oval, mask-like form, cut with a pair of eye slits, engraved and drilled with an unusual asymmetrical curvilinear design, perforated on each end for attachment
BEYOND BUCKSKIN: Some History | Slick Inuit Shades
Fox A.D. 800–1850- Punuk or Thule. Walrus ivory. Princeton University Art Museum
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Carved Wood Fox
Fox A.D. 800–1850 Punuk or Thule Walrus ivory Princeton University Art Museum
Inuit drawing of muskox hunt. Alaska, 1900