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Photos marked as were added from 30 June 2018.


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Denver Art Museum
 "When Destiny Meets Oblivion" by Bill Schenck, 2003.
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Denver Art Museum
 "Lola of Santa Fe" by Robert Henri (1922).
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 "The Watchful Fox" (2008) by Kent Monkman, a Cree born artist.
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 "The Fourth World" by Kent Monkman, 2012.
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 "Pinnion Hills" by Victor Higgins (1927).
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Denver Art Museum
 Part of a pair of house posts carved in 1988 by Douglas Cranmer.
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 One of a pair of house posts carved by Douglas Cranmer of the Kwakwaka'wakw speaking peoples of the Namgis nation in Canada.
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Denver Art Museum
 Welcome figure that once held copper in its arms by Chief Johny Scow of the Kwakwaka'wakw (c1900).
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Denver Art Museum
 Four-faced Hamat'sa Mask by George Walkus (of the Kwakwaka'wakw people), c1938.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 1993 mask by Beau Dick of the Kwakwaka'wakw people.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Early 1900s mask by an unknown Kwakwaka'wakw artist.
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 Button blankets display the status and clan of a person.
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 Tlingit button blanket from the late 1800s.
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 Kwakwaka'wakw button blanket.
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Denver
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 Detail of a Tlingit button blanket.
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 Bentwood dish from the Tlingit people from the mid 1800s.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 1875 grave marker by the Nuxalk (or Bellacoola) people.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Haida memorial pole from c1870.
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 Haida story telling pole, c1875.
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 Inupiaq suit of armour made from walrus and seal skin (c1945). The Inupiaq are an Alaskan people.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Aleut basket, c1900. The Aleut live on islands south of Alaska
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 Aleut cigar case made from plant fibre and silk, c1900.
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Denver Art Museum
 Aleut box, c1900.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 "A Hunter Feeding his Dogs in the Evening" (1975) by Inuit artist Lucassie Echaluk.
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 Ivory figurine from 800 from the Bering Sea.
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 Late 1930s Navajo rug.
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 Clay jar from the Pueblo culture, revived by the Aguilar family in 1914.
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 Clay jar from the Pueblo culture from 1914.
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 Pueblo jar by Robert Tenorio (1994).
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 Pomo tray, late 1800s.
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 Zia clay jar from the early 1900s.
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 Zia clay jar from 2000 by the Medina family.
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Denver Art Museum
 Zia clay jar (1915).
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Denver Art Museum
 Zuni clay jar (c1930) by Tsayutitsa.
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Denver Art Museum
 Zuni jar with painted bears and other animals (c1900).
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Denver Art Museum
 Dance apron from the Karuk people (early 1900s) made from beads, nuts, seeds and shells.
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 Pomo bowl, early 1900s.
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 Yakuts bowl.
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Denver Art Museum
 Pomo bowl, late 1800s.
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 Yakuts bowl (early 1900s).
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 Ute robe (c1900) by Dah-haw.
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 Musical rasp from the Ute people (early 1900s).
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 Ute flute, 1930.
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 Ute bag (early 1900s).
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 Ute box created by Debra Box for the museum in 2010 from cowhide and wool.
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Denver Art Museum
 Cornhusk bags from the Nez Perce were used for storage and made from hemp which is an insect repellent.
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Denver Art Museum
 Horse regalia by Angela Swedberg.
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Denver Art Museum
 Katsina of Hemis from 1925. Katsinas are religious figurines of spirits made by the Hopi.
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 Katsina of Palhikwmana, a Hopi spirit.
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 Hopi katsina of tootsa (1952).
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 Jemez shirt from the early 1900s.
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 Sakwa hu katsina from the 1980s by Tom Collateta.
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 A collection of Hopi bowls.
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Denver
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 Hopi bowl attributed to Nampeyo from the early 1900s.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 16th century clay Hopi jar.
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 16th century Awatovi bowl.
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Denver Art Museum
 Clay jar by Nampeyo of the Hopi nation.
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 Hopi bowl attributed to Nampeyo.
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 16th century Kawaikuh bowl.
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 1950s Hopi jar by Rachael Nampeyo.
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 Clay Hopi jar with two eagle wings by Hisi Nampeyo (1996).
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 "Gift of the Earth", a bronze statue from 1991 by Allan Houser, a Chricahua Apache.
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 "Young Woman" (1993) by Chricahua Apache, Allan Houser, a modernist artist.
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 Mikasuki shirt for a man dating from 1928.
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 Comanche dress (1890s).
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 Kiowa dress, 1930s.
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 Comanche cradle (1870s) made from rawhide, deerskin, wood, brass and silver buttons.
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Denver
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 Cradleboard from the 1920s by Kiowa artist, Tahdo Ahtone.
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 Sioux cradle top, c1870.
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 Sioux cradle, 1930s.
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 Comanche jacket from the 1920s.
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 Lacota Sioux dress from the 1880s.
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 Sioux headdress from the 1900s.
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 Tipi attributaed to Sioux chief, Standing Bear from the late 1880s.
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 Sioux headdress from the late 1880s.
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 Plains Cree pad saddle (1850s).
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 Blackfeet horse mask, 1890.
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 Sioux saddle cover, late 1800s.
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 Women's robe from the Sicangu Lakota people, c1870.
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 Ute robe from the 1880s.
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 "Jingle, Jingle" (1997) by Judith Lowry, a painting about casino corruption.
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 Ottawa tulip box (1879) made from birch bark.
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 Micmac eight point star box, 1825.
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 Innu (Naskapi) mocassins, c1920.
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 Iroquois wooden club, mid 1700s.
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 Caddoan bowl from the 1100s.
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 Clay effigy jar from 1400.
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 "A Brief History of America" by Jim Denomie, 2011.
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 Ojibwa bandolier bag, late 1800s.
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 Ojibwa ceremonial sashes.
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 Cheyenne dress from the 1890s.
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 Sioux moccasins made from leather and porcupine quills, late 1880s.
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 Mikasuki cape and skirt.
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 "Portrait of Knows Her Medicine" by Crow artist Kevin Red Star.
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 An Aztec maize goddess (c1519) introduces an exhibition of Central and South American history.
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 Supernatural being with staffs from San Agustin (Colombia).
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 Funerary urn with jaguars from the Mayans in Guatemala (c900).
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 Olmec head from Mexico, c900.
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 Incense burner with human bust from Costa Rica, c800.
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 Incense burner with fantastic reptile from Costa Rica, c800.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2018 KryssTal

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