Artists of the tundra and the sea.


Seattle, University of Washington Press, 1961.

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Subjects Alaska.
Eskimo sculpture -- Alaska.
Eskimo sculpture.
Ivoirerie -- Alaska.
Ivories.
Sculpture inuit -- Alaska.
Description 170 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date 1961.
Summary Results of author's field work among Alaskan Eskimo ivory carvers; archaeological and historical art styles described and analyzed.
Contents Nome and Happy Jack -- Ancient carvers -- Modern carvers -- Ivory, tough and temperamental -- Carver's tools -- What the carver makes -- Innovations and their history -- Artist's standards -- Artist's concept of realism -- Artist: Past and future -- Appendix: Characteristic motifs of periods of Eskimo carving -- Bibliography.
Geographic Area Alaska
Network Numbers (OCoLC)312975
(OCoLC)ocm00312975
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Ray, Dorothy Jean.
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