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Record #141359:

Grønlandske masker /Greenlandic masks / Ib Geertsen.

Title: Grønlandske masker /Greenlandic masks / Ib Geertsen.
Author(s): Geertsen, Ib.
Date: 1996?.
Publisher: Nuuk?: Rhodos A/S / Atuakkiorfik
Language: Danish and English.
Abstract: Greenland masks belong in cultural context of spirits of ancestors, myths about nature, light and darkness and patterns of life, including survival in grand but harsh natural world. Masks come from both east and west of Greenland from end of 19th Cent. to now, by which time religious use had ended. They were selected for artistic quality, impact and imagination that went into them. They may be made of wood, skin or ivory, and some may have acted as sunshields.
Notes:

Atuakkiorfik list.

Keywords: 291.37 -- Symbolism.
73.031.71 -- Sculpture, Inuit.
779 -- Photographs, collections.
R -- Arts.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*38) : 73.013.71
ISBN: 8755810861
SPRI record no.: 141359

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