Just came back from the antarctic rain forest. I brought you back some fruit.
Acerola (this stuff is great mixed with fresh orange juice)Woodcut by José Francisco Borges.Found here.
Stand proud.
Found here.
Fairbury Bull.
Found here.
Crying Boy.
Found here.
Falling Woman.
Woodblock print by José Francisco Borges.
Found here.
An Indian Horse Dance
From Sioux Indian Painting published by C. Szwedzicki (1938).
Found here.
From Sioux Indian Painting published by C. Szwedzicki (1938).
“Besides the verbal accounts of the Little Big Horn Battle, the only  visual records are those left by the Indians. Of these, the principal  one is a long series of drawings done by the Oglala Sioux, Amos Bad  Heart Buffalo, who was only six at the time of the battle, but who  became the tribal historian…. Bad Heart Buffalo’s series is a  masterful piece of primitive ledger art.”
Found here.
Running W.King Ranch Brand (1943).
Found here.
Elephant Weathervane (ca. 1900)
Found here.
Rhino (ca. 1930)
Fred Alten (1872-1945) set out to carve all the animals known to man.   His masterful carvings and attention to surface and detail is evident  on this large rhino.
Found here.
Art News, January 1968Special Issue Museum of Primitive Arts
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Surprised?
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The Dixie Zepher Mohawk was a pleasure cruise vessel out of Brooklyn in  the 1930’s. The flashy ship name was meant to attract more customers in  the competitive harbor, filled with all sorts of vendors.
Found here.
Copper fish restaurant marque (1940’s).
Found here.
Helmet Mask (Kponyugo)19th–mid-20th century from Côte d’Ivoire
Found here.