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Bentwood tub, used for hauling water, holding food or storing urine to be used in processing hides.
Long-visored bentwood hunting hat worn by high status Aleut men early in the 19th C both indicating their rank and making the wearer birdlike.
Bentwood tub, Eskimo, from south-west Alaska. Artist: Werner Forman
The base of a bentwood serving dish decorated with the figure of a man.
Serving bowl which has been dyed red and painted with a mythological creature.
Bentwood serving dish with a bull caribou (right) linked to its spiritual counterpart, which is identified as such by its strange appendages.
Eskimo wooden serving bowl, from Alaska. Artist: Werner Forman
Bentwood box.
The dining-room at Guy's Hospital, London. Artist: Rev M Keene
Residence, George Semler's Residence and Sons and Dogs, Mt. Vernon.
Residence, George Semler's Residence and Sons and Dogs, Mt. Vernon.
Residence, George Semler's Residence and Sons and Dogs, Mt. Vernon.
Residence, George Semler's Residence and Sons and Dogs, Mt. Vernon.
ARTE SIGLO XX. CANADA. LARRY ROSSO (1944-2006). Artísta canadiense. "BENTWOOD BOX" (1991). Museo de Arte de Denver. Estado de Colorado. Estados Unidos.