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Ancestor Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 176 pictures in our Ancestor collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Mask with a human face and eagle beak representing an ancestor that came to earth as an eagle Featured Print

Mask with a human face and eagle beak representing an ancestor that came to earth as an eagle

Mask with a human face and eagle beak representing an ancestor that came to earth as an eagle. According to Bella Coola mythology four carpenters were employed by the creator, who lives above the sky, to carve the forefathers of mankind. They donned bird and animal cloaks thus enabling them to fly to earth. Country of Origin: Northwest Coast of America. Culture: Bella Coola. Date/Period: collected 1913. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/Provincial Museum, Victoria, British Columbia. Museum no.2320. Location: 26

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Aboriginal rock painting of a group of Bradshaw figures and Wandjinas painted over them Featured Print

Aboriginal rock painting of a group of Bradshaw figures and Wandjinas painted over them

Aboriginal rock painting of a group of Bradshaw figures and Wandjinas painted over them. The smaller darker figures are the Bradshaws and pre-date aboriginal occupation of the Kimberley region. Discovered in the late 19th C by Joseph Bradshaw they are considered to be dating back to 30, 000 years. Country of Origin: Australia. Culture: Aboriginal. Place of Origin: King Edward River, Kimberley region Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Tim and Ros Bowden

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Aboriginal rock painting from the Kakadu National Park Featured Print

Aboriginal rock painting from the Kakadu National Park

Aboriginal rock painting from the Kakadu National Park. The main figure is thought to represent Namondjok a creation ancestor associated with various myths. To his rights in Namarrgon, the Lightning Man and important creation ancestor who is responsible for the violent lightning storms. The female figure is Barrginj, Namarrgon's wife. Country of Origin: Australia. Culture: Aboriginal. Place of Origin: Nourlangie Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Tim and Ros Bowden

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