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BA.2083-25
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Kiawak Ashoona, an internationally acclaimed Inuit carver from Cape Dorset, Nunavut, Canada.
BA.2078-27
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Kenojuaq Ashevak, an Internationally acclaimed Inuit artist at home in Cape Dorset. Nunavut, Canada.
BA.2087-36
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Kananginak Pootoogook, an acclaimed Inuit artist working in the print shop at Cape Dorset, Nunavut, Canada
RC.0217-12
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RC.0217-12
Chukchi artist Lydia Teutina holding one of her engraved walrus tusks. Uelen, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
CA.0029-38
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Inuit artist Mable Nigiyak works on a print. Ulukhaktok, Holman Island. NWT. Canada. 1991
BA.2073-33
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Kavavow Mannomee, hanging a stone cut print to dry. West Baffin Eskimo Coop, Cape Dorset, Nunavut, Canada
BA.0809-08
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BA.0809-08
Inuit artist, Igah Etuangat, works on a tapestry at a loom in the Uqqurmiut Centre for Arts & Crafts in Pangnirtung. Nunavut, Canada
BA.0809-11
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Inuit artist, Igah Etuangat, works on a tapestry at a loom in the Uqqurmiut Centre for Arts & Crafts in Pangnirtung. Nunavut, Canada
BA.0806-13
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BA.0806-13
A stone carving of a polar bear by Inuit artist Jake Kadluk from Igloolik. Nunavut, Canada
RC.0415-03
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RC.0415-03
A face carved in whale bone by Edward Tachenko a native artist from Uelen. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
HAP0903-06
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HAP0903-06
A Greenlandic Tupilak figure made from walrus ivory. Thule, Northwest Greenland
BA.9923-05
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BA.9923-05
Inuit carving on reindeer antler depicting the Sedna Myth. By Yvonne Kayotak, Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada.
HAP0903-01
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A Greenlandic Tupilak figure made from walrus ivory & polar bear fur. Thule, Northwest Greenland
HAP0903-02
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An ivory carving of a Chukchi man driving a reindeer sled by Chukchi carver Valery Vykvyrakhtyrgyrgin, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
HAP0903-15
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Figures of an inuit hunter fighting a polar bear carved from walrus ivory by Utoniaq Eipe from Thule. Northwest Greenland.
BA.0806-14
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BA.0806-14
A caribou antler carving entitled 'Sedna' by Inuit Artist Allie Kippomee from Igloolik. Nunavut, Canada
HAP0903-18
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A Greenlandic Tupilak figure made from a sperm whale tooth. Thule, Northwest Greenland
HAP0903-10
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HAP0903-10
A Greenlandic Tupilak figure made from walrus ivory. Thule, Northwest Greenland
HAP0903-26
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HAP0903-26
A carving of a Bowhead whale being attacked by killer whales made from walrus ivory. Chukotka, Russian Far East
QQ.0901-37
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QQ.0901-37
A tupilak carved from walrus ivory depicts a fearsome creature from the inland ice. Northwest Greenland.
HAP0903-03
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HAP0903-03
Four walrus ivory carved Billiken figurines from Uelen. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.0208-13
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RC.0208-13
Native whale bone carving. "In Ice Captivity"(1978) by Sergei Nikitin. Uelen, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
QQ.0901-03
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QQ.0901-03
Polar Bear carved from walrus ivory by Illanguaq Duneq of Qaanaaq.
Thule, Northwest Greenland.
(Illenguaq Duneqe)
QQ.0902-06
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Inuit hunter carved out of Walrus bone.
Greenland

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