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    Sculpture, Craft and Artifacts


    Sculpture, Craft and Artifacts

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    Saraswati Dancing...Goddess of Wisdom and the Arts.

    Dancing Saraswati

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    Africa | Comb from the Ashanti people of Ghana | Wood; Brown with black patina

    Zemanek-Münster: 72nd tribal art auction

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    minoan snake goddess

    Art from the past : Photo

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    Winged human-headed bull Neo-Assyrian Period, reign of Sargon II (721-705 BC) Khorsabad, ancient Dur Sharrukin, Assyria, Iraq High relief and sculpture in the round; gypseous alabaster Louvre Museum

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    Tamsin van Essen - erosion

    Tamsin van Essen - erosion

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    "Erosion" - Tamsin van Essen modern sculpture

    Erosion by Tamsin van Essen | Plastolux

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    Tamsin van Essen - erosion

    Tamsin van Essen - erosion

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    Tamsin van Essen - erosion

    Tamsin van Essen - erosion

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    Tamsin van Essen - erosion

    Tamsin van Essen - erosion

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    'Viral I' from the Erosion series by Tamsin van Essen.

    Tamsin van Essen - erosion

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    John Brickle

    Artist Run Website - Error Error

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    "De Vaartkapoen"

    Las mejores Estatuas Curiosas Y Raras del Mundo

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    Arthur Meijer

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    Arthur Meijer

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    Early Bronze Age Stone Double-Headed Disc-Shaped Figurine and Child - PF.0310 Origin: Central/Western Anatolia Circa: 3000 BC to 2500 BC Dimensions: 6" (15.2cm) high x 5" (12.7cm) wide Catalogue: V1 Collection: Biblical Medium: Stone

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    Persian mace, 17th century, steel, gold, L. 321/2 in. (82.6 cm), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

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    SEA BIRDS Richard Sumner Kwakwaka'wakw

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    Kwakwaka'wakw (First Nations) Paddle by Bill Henderson at the Inuit Gallery of Vancouver - From the curators' comments: "This paddle shows the loon, a bird traditionally connected to the undersea kingdom in Kwakwaka’wakw mythology. Henderson’s work is synonymous with classic Kwakwaka’wakw style of carving and painting: deeply carved outlines and richly painted formlines."

    Inuit Gallery of Vancouver. Masterworks of Inuit and Northwest Coast

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    Transforming Loon Rattle by John Marston

    Transforming Loon Rattle - Inuit Gallery of Vancouver

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    Stellar's Jay by Rex Homan, carved in totara wood, NZ. (View 1).

    Steller's Jay by Rex Homan, Māori artist (KRX110401)

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    Mew Gull by Rex Homan, Māori artist (KRX111106)

    Mew Gull by Rex Homan, Māori artist (KRX111106)

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    Toki / Path of Life Pendant by Kerry Kapua Thompson, Māori artist (NZ130905)

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    Path of Life Pendant by Kerry Kapua Thompson, Māori artist (NZ110610)

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    Whanau • Path of Life Pendant by Kerry Kapua Thompson, Māori artist (NZ140305)

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    Path of Life Pendant by Kerry Kapua Thompson, Māori artist (NZ110802)

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