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North America. Haschezhini – Navaho Indian, half-length portrait, facing front, wearing dark leather mask, fur ruff, nude torso painted with black and white splotches.

It was made in 1904 by Edward S. The photo presents a Navajo Indian wearing a dark leather mask, fur ruff, and with an exposed torso painted with black and white splotches.

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Hopi Indian Caught Snake In Mouth 1924 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Hopi Indian Caught Snake In Mouth 1924 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Hopi Indian Caught Snake In Mouth 1924 Vintage Reprint Of Old Photo Hopi Indian Caught Snake In Mouth 1924 Vintage Reprint Of Old Photo This is an excellent reproduction of an old photo.

The Ozark Howler, also known as the Ozark Black Howler, is a legendary creature that is purported to live in remote areas in Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas.    The Ozark Howler is typically described as being bear sized, with thick body, stocky legs, black shaggy hair, and as having prominent horns. Its cry is often described as being a combination of a wolf's howl and an elk's bugle.

How to paint Monsters (Examples) posted by andrikossavvas. The Beasts of Dr Frankenstein (Combining animals). The Black Ozark Howler Beast is a legendary creature that is purported to live in remote areas in Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas.

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Masks

Mask and costume from the Chokwe of Zambia. Photo by French-born Zambia-based photographer Francois d’Elbee via the photographer's site

Enfants de la tribu Wagogo portant les masques typiques de la cérémonie de la circoncision, Tanzanie 1947 - Georges Rodger

George Rodger/Magnum, Children of the Wagogo Tribe, bearing masks typical of the circumcision ceremony, Tanzanie, 1947

Totoa ~ "Chokwe" mask, Zambia                              …

photograph from series by Francois d'Elbee -- Totoa -- "Chokwe" mask, Zambia

Bidyugo mask ritual, Mauritania late 1930s by Hugo Bernatzik.

Bidyugo mask ritual, Mauritania late 1930s by Hugo Bernatzik.

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Otil Mask in Okanku masquerade, Cross River Ibgo Ohaffia tribe, Nigeria 1931 (photo by Dr.

Les Yeux sans Visage: Totem: Selkham People during Hain Ceremony

Selknam, Hain Ceremony, Tierra Del Fuego By Martin Gusinde, 1923 Kataix, spirit of the hain ceremony Klóketen.

Au-delà d'URL

Phyllis Galembo – Kambulo and Kapada (They Start the Dance), Makishi Masquerade, Kaoma, Zambia, 2007

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