Images capture Inuit stone carver Archie Ishulutak at work - The Globe and Mail

Images capture Inuit stone carver Archie Ishulutak at work Photography by Canadian Press photographer Adrian Wyld

Inuit Amulet | Anonyme - Anonymous | Western Arctic - Inuit: Inuvialuit | ca. 1900-1905, 20th century | Hide, ivory 5.3 x 7 cm | Forbes D. Sutherland Collection - Gift of Mrs. Margaret D. Sutherland ME930.7 | © McCord Museum

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An Inuksuk Means Welcome

An Inuksuk Means Welcome

An inuksuk is a stone landmark that different peoples of the Arctic region build to leave a symbolic message. Inuksuit (the plural of inuksuk) can point the way

Drawing by Inuit artist Kenojuak Ashevak from Cape Dorset, Nunavut. Coloured Pentel pen and pencil

Drawing by Inuit artist Kenojuak Ashevak from Cape Dorset, Nunavut. Coloured Pentel pen and pencil

Polar Bear -- Inuit Art -- Book cover of Eskimo Art, by Cottie A. Burland, 1973 -- Source? http://www.studyblue.com/notes/note/n/art-158-exam-2-flashcards/deck/844681

Polar Bear -- Inuit Art -- Book cover of Eskimo Art, by Cottie A.

Inuit whale bone figure/hunter. http://ready4thehouse.blogspot.com/2011/09/thing.html

Inuit whale bone figure/hunter. http://ready4thehouse.blogspot.com/2011/09/thing.html

ELI TYKEAYAK, INUIT, SCULPTURE, ART, FIGURE

Inuit Gallery of Vancouver. Masterworks of Inuit and Northwest Coast

sculpture inuit

Scholars who deal with objects recovered from prehistoric contexts that cannot be explained in utilitarian terms and are thus categorized as decorative, ritual or symbolic, are aware of the trap posed by the term ‘art’ — but does it float

cucuteni - trypillian culture

Anthropomorphic Cucuteni-Trypillian clay figure, (Romania) ca.

inukshuk logo - Google Search

The gallery for --> Inukshuk Drawing

Canada - Inukshuk - LP Original Poster

Canada - Inukshuk - LP Original Poster

Summer Inuit Tent - The Inuit were nomadic people, so they rarely stayed in one place for very long. Therefore, their houses had to be quick and easy to build. During the summer, the Inuit built tents out of driftwood or poles covered with animal skins, mostly caribou or sealskin. These tents were not unlike the Plains tipis.

The Arctic People - Environment / Housing - summer Inuit tent

stickers and stuff: Eskimo Prints - James A. Houston

stickers and stuff: Eskimo Prints - James A.

inuit animal drawings - Google Search

inuit animal drawings - Google Search

Male ivory Inuit Eskimo figure.

Male ivory Inuit Eskimo figure.

art inuit | Owl, 1909–1916

art inuit | Owl, 1909–1916

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