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An Inuk girl with her husky puppy in the hood of her amatiuq. Mothers would also carry their infants in the same manner. This little girl is playing mommy and baby with her puppy. by Richard Harrington, 1949

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An Inuit Native American woman and her child. Generally, in error, the Inuit were referred to as Eskimos. They live in the Northern parts of Alaska and Canada. Note the typical tattoo, under her chin. This is an old photo, possibly late or early

Mark Anthony Jacobson.

Could be a cool art lesson using a colouring page animal template and have students create designs and shapes within.

Mark Anthony Jacobson  — Family

Unframed limited edition Original Silk Screen Prints by First Nations Artist Mark Anthony Jacobson. Canadian First Nations Art, Greenery Native Art Gallery Vancouver BC.

Mark Anthony Jacobson, Inuit artist, "Family"

Inuit Art Sculpture Inuit Prints Inukshuks Eskimo Art at ABoriginArt Galleries an online retail gallery of fine Canadian Inuit Art - Eskimo Art vintage and contemporary sculpture and prints. 400 Inuit and Eskimo Artists.

Mark Anthony Jacobson  — Family of Spirits

Canadian First Nations Artist Mark Anthony Jacobson, Shemanic Artist of the Contemporary Woodland Art Movement

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Canadian First Nations Artist Mark Anthony Jacobson, Shemanic Artist of the Contemporary Woodland Art Movement