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Inuit Yup'ik Art

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Boîte à aiguilles avec crochet

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Inconnu

Objet inuit placé contre le mur de l'atelier d'André Breton.
Une image, une notice descriptive, un lien.

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Boîte esquimau (toutaïs)

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Boîte esquimau placée le long du mur de l'atelier d'André Breton.
Deux images, une notice descriptive à compléter, un musée.

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Jeu en ivoire

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Inconnu

Jeu esquimau placé le long du mur de l'atelier d'André Breton.
Deux images, une notice descriptive à compléter, un lien.

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Man-Whale Mask

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Probably of Yup'ik origin, this mask is from the beginning of the 20th century and represents a whale-person. It was acquired by Breton in 1935.

Three images, a descriptive notice, an exposition, a bibliography.

[Journal] Cahiers d'art

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Mask of the Swan and the White Whale

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Inconnu

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Yup'ik Mask, dated from the begininning of the 20th century, in polychrome wood and feathers, presently conserved at the Museum of Quai Branly.

[Photos d'objets] photos in the studio

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Masque du Poisson

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Inconnu

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Yup'ik Ceremonial Mask from Alaska, dated from the beginning of the 20th century.

No image, a descriptive notice, a museum, a link.

[Photos d'objets] photos in the studio

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Yup'ik Mask

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Yup'ik mask from Alaska in wood, partially painted with white and black pigments, not dated, acquired by André Breton in New York in 1945.

One image, one descriptive notice.

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A Kinugumiut or Napaskiak Mask

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Inconnu

Mask representing a human face pigmented in two colors, the top part is a yellow ochre and the details of the face are colored in red.

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Yup'ik mask

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Inconnu

Yup'ik mask from Point Hope, Alaska, that André Breton acquired in July of 1944 in New York.

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Yup'ik Mask

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Inconnu

Mask from the Kuskokwim tundra in Alaska, now conserved at the Museum of Quai Branly.

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Yup'ik Mask

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non identifié

This mask with a distorted face, property of a shaman, was used during ceremonies of evocation and the representation of spirits, which could inspire a state of trance and premonitory vision in the shaman.

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The Wall

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André Breton

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"Isn’t the real significance of a work, not the meaning we think we give it, but the meaning it is likely to take in relation to what surrounds it?"

One image, one description, one museum.

[Exhibitions] 1936, galerie Charles Ratton

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Pendentif esquimau

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Inconnu

Chaîne située sur le mur de l'atelier d'André Breton.
Deux images, une notice descriptive à compléter, un lien.

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Pipe Eskimo

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Le tuyau en bois est surmonté d'un fourneau en métal, sans doute du cuivre de traite russe, raccordé par un lien de cuir.

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Scènes de chasse sur dent de morse

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Inconnu

Dent de morse placée le long du mur de l'atelier d'André Breton.
Deux images, une notice descriptive, un musée.