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A face carved in whale bone by Edward Tachenko a native artist from Uelen. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
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Ritual objects carved from walrus ivory (circa 1000 B.C.- 1000.A.D.) Bering Strait, Chukotka, Russia
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Festival scene engraved on a walrus tusk by Chukchi artist Oleg Prasov. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
RC.0208-13
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Native whale bone carving. "In Ice Captivity"(1978) by Sergei Nikitin. Uelen, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
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Chukchi artist Lydia Teutina engraving a walrus tusk at her home in Uelen, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
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An Inuit tapestry made at the Uqqurmiut Centre for Arts and Crafts in Pangnirtung. Nunavut, Canada
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A stone carving of a polar bear by Inuit artist Jake Kadluk from Igloolik. Nunavut, Canada
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Icicles hang from the edge of a small blue iceberg as the summer thaw sets in. Antarctica
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Kenojuaq Ashevak, an Internationally acclaimed Inuit artist at home in Cape Dorset. Nunavut, Canada.
BA.2083-25
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Kiawak Ashoona, an internationally acclaimed Inuit carver from Cape Dorset, Nunavut, Canada.
RY.2305-28
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The Khanty artist, Nadezhda Taligina, dressed in traditional reindeer skin coat with fox fur collar. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
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A carving of a Bowhead whale being attacked by killer whales made from walrus ivory. Chukotka, Russian Far East
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A variety of sea mammal figures carved onto a sperm whale tooth by Inuit artist Peter Odak from Qaanaaq, Thule District, Northwest Greenland
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A Greenlandic Tupilak figure featuring a raven made from a sperm whale tooth. Thule, Northwest Greenland
RY.2401-09
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A face carved into a larch tree. This is a traditional way that the Khanty mark routes through the forest. Shuryshkarsky Region, Yamal, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2401-10
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RY.2401-10
A face carved into a larch tree. This is a traditional way that the Khanty mark routes through the forest. Shuryshkarsky Region, Yamal, NW Siberia, Russia
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A large poster, partly covered by snow & ice, of a ship transporting Liquid natural gas at Sabetta. South Tambey Gas field. Yamal, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2305-19
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The well known Khanty artist, Nadezhda Taligina, dressed in a traditional reindeer skin coat with fox fur collar. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.2305-20
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RY.2305-20
The well known Khanty artist, Nadezhda Taligina, dressed in a traditional reindeer skin coat with fox fur collar. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.2305-21
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The well known Khanty artist, Nadezhda Taligina, in traditional dress with fox fur collar & scarf. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
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The well known Khanty artist, Nadezhda Taligina, relaxes on the snow in traditional dress. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.2305-23
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The well known Khanty artist, Nadezhda Taligina, relaxes on the snow in traditional dress. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
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The well known Khanty artist, Nadezhda Taligina, relaxes on the snow in traditional dress. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
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The well known Khanty artist, Nadezhda Taligina, dressed in traditional reindeer skin coat with fox fur collar. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia

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