Owl effigy made of copper,stone and shell. Moche culture. The University of Arizona Museum of Arts
Totem pole by Chief Tony Hunt of the Kwakiutl
Ceremonial Copper Date: 19th century Geography: United States, Alaska Culture: Tlingit Medium: Copper, paint Dimensions: H. 34 1/4 x W. 21 x D. 7/8 in. (87 x 53.3 x 2.2 cm) Classification: Metal-Implements Credit Line: The Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Collection, Bequest of Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1979 Accession Number: 1979.206.1142
Masque Ours * Tlingit. Réalisé par Maurice G. Dérumaux en 1965-75. Typique masque «Bear Face» comme les faisaient les Indiens Tlingit (Yakutat South).. Bois, rawhide, peinture, lanière de peau, corde
Rare Northwest Coast Shaman's Rattle, c. 1840-60, probably Tlingit, carved in two pieces with central mask-like face on each side, with pierced circular mouth, framed by two relief carved seals in profile, red and black pigment, ht. 9 1/4, wd. 3 7/8 in.
Venus of Hohle Fels ( height 6cm ) woolly mammoth tusk. Venus figurine found in 2008 near Schelklingen, Germany. It is dated to between 35.000 & 40000 years ago. It is the oldest undisputed example of Upper Paleolithic art and figurative prehistoric art in general. Text Wikipedia
Tlingit Fighting Knife, Pacific Northwest Coast Native American Indian Art
Masque chamanique en bois de cèdre, Tlingit ou Makat ; Colombie Britanique, vers 1900 ; H. 25 cm
TLINGIT WOOD SPEAKER'S STAFF | The TLINGIT Indians are original people of the Pacific Northwest Coast. They live in southern Alaska, British Columbia and the Yukon in Canada.