Collection by Pascal Besse


Inuit art and pictures

is a Covered Call Smiling Inuit man wearing bone snow goggles.

Thule Whalebone House

How Did Families Live, Work and Play in a Whalebone House? Men and women were responsible for different jobs around the house, and therefore used different types of tools. Children also played in these houses, so toys are often found as well. Archaeologists pay careful attention to where different types of tools are found inside the house so that they can reconstruct where the activities of men, women and children took place. Women’s Activities Men’s Activities Children’s Activities

Small Inuit boy in fur clothing Alaska. Photographer/Illustrator: Lomen Brothers, Nome, Alaska / Dobbs, B.) with bells attached. 1903 - 1908 Source by adelaidebeatric

Small Inuit boy in fur clothing

Image No: ND-1-18 Title: Inuit boy in winter clothing, Nome (?), Alaska. Date: [ca. 1903-1908] Format of original: glass negative : b&w ; 8" x 10" Photographer/Illustrator: Lomen Brothers, Nome, Alaska / Dobbs, B.B. Remarks: Studio portrait. Costume includes belt (?) with bells attached. Subject(s): Inuit - Clothing / Inuit - Children Order this photo from Glenbow: Search for 99,999 other historical photos at Glenbow…

An Inuit (Eskimo) individual wearing snow goggles made of ivory. Easy Rider, American Indians, Native American, Art Inuit, Barbeau, Inuit People, Native Canadian, Art Premier, Tlingit
Easy RiderBarbeauNative CanadianArt Premier

7 Modern Conveniences That Are Way Older Than You Think

Ancient people had a lot of modern luxuries. No Internet, though, so we still win.

saved by misslisa: Scrimshaw; Whale Tooth, American Ship of The Line, Polychrome. Ivory Trade, Sailboat Art, Majestic Animals, Art Carved, Bone Carving, Beach Art, Ancient Art, Decorative Objects, Folk Art
Sailboat ArtArt CarvedBone CarvingDecorative Objects

Scrimshaw Whale's Tooth with Engraved Ship | Sale Number 2669M, Lot Number 478 | Skinner Auctioneers

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Speaking Great Silence by Susan Point, Coast Salish (Musqueam) artist Native Art, Native American Art, Aboriginal Artists, Native Design, Masks Art, My Heritage, First Nations, Indian Art, Wood Carving

Past Exhibitions

Speaking Great Silence (2000) by Susan Point, Coast Salish (Musqueam) artist (SP-CSA-07)

Photographs of the World’s Last Indigenous Tribes Siberia: the Nenets are completely isolated reindeer herders, living with temperatures from minus in winter to in summer. By Jimmy Nelson in "Before they pass away"

An (Eskimo) Inuit drummer

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Two Russian Scrimshaw sperm whale teeth. First features engraving of a sperm whale fighting a squid, an inscription o. on Dec 2011 Nautical Art, Nautical Fashion, Smile Dental, Smile Teeth, Dental Teeth, Metal Crown, Sea Monsters, Bone Carving, Lost Art
Nautical FashionSmile TeethDental TeethSea MonstersBone Carving

whale tooth scrimshaw