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Edenshaw, E. A. Bear Headdress Frontlet. Nelson-Atkins Museum.
A Tlingit bird effigy bowl
Tlingit Polychromed Wood Headdress | Lot | Sotheby's
Mary Willard (Klukwan), Chilkat Blanketry, 5-3-46. :: Alaska State Library-Historical Collections
Native American Shaman Mask.
Portrait mask by Robert Davidson, ca.1977-78. Wood and pigment. Haida, BC, Canada | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Nineteenth-century Haida raven rattle from British Columbia. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Mask. Nass River, Northwest Coast, British Columbia, Canada Culture: Tsimshian. Mid 19th Century; Hudson Museum, University of Maine at Orono
Tunic Tsimshian, 1800-1860 The National Museum of the American Indian
Beautiful bent wood box
Brooklyn Museum: Arts of the Americas: Crest Frontlet - Attributed to Simeon Stilthda, 1799-1883 Medium: Wood, abalone shell, pigment Dates: 1850-1875
Pacific North West Haida 1870
Sakíi.id (headdress frontlet)
Screen designed and created by Robert Davis Hoffmann, Tlingit. Sealaska Celebration 2004. #TlingitArt tlingitart.com
Naas shagi yeil s'aaxw (Raven at the Headwaters of Nass hat) Tlingit, Gaanax.ádi clan, Taku. Attributed to Kadyisdu.axch', Tlingit, Kiks.ádi clan, active late 18th – early 19th century. Description: Ceremonial hat Date: ca 1810; photo 2010-12-18 Medium : Maple, paint, shell, hair, baleen Current location: Seattle Art Museum There are human figures crouching within Raven's ears.
Sea Bear Mask, Haida - Copper work: 19th century British Columbia (in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York). Photo by rafael rybczynski, via Flickr.
Raven Rattle [Skidegate, British Columbia; Haida] (89.4.611) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The raven also has a prominent role in the mythologies of the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast, including the Tsimishian, Haida, Heiltsuk, Tlingit, Kwakwaka'wakw, Coast Salish, Koyukons, and Inuit. The raven in these indigenous peoples' mythology is the Creator of the world, but it is also considered a trickster god.
Painted Wood Carving, Haida, Dogfish frontlet, ca. 1860.