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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
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Lapland Gallery

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

Choose from 28 pictures in our Lapland collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Burial of a Laplander / A Laplander in a trance with a magical drum on his back before he forete Artist: Claude Dubosc Featured Print

Burial of a Laplander / A Laplander in a trance with a magical drum on his back before he forete Artist: Claude Dubosc

Burial of a Laplander / A Laplander in a trance with a magical drum on his back before he foretels future events, 1726. The Sami people (traditionally known in English as Laplanders) customarily buried the dead with gifts, such as arrows, tools and jewellery. After Bernard Picart (1673-1733). From Naaukeurige beschryving der godtsdienst-plichten, kerk-zeden en gewoontens van alle volkeren der waereldt, by A. Moubach. [Hermanus Uytwerf, Amsterdam, 1726]

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The Rein Deer, c1850. Artist: Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins Featured Print

The Rein Deer, c1850. Artist: Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins

The Rein Deer, c1850. The Lapps (Samek or Samer), nomadic herdsmen of the Arctic from the Kola peninsula to northwest Sweden whose traditional way of life depended on their herds of semi-domesticated reindeer. The central image shows a reindeer. Surrounding vignettes show (clockwise from top left): hunters on skis hunting wild reindeer; milking reindeer; Lapps in a tent of reindeer skin eating reindeer meat; clothing made of reindeer skins; reindeer meat and products being exported; reindeer as draught animals pulling sledges loaded with merchandise; a Lapp travelling by reindeer sledge; a reindeer as a pack animal. From Graphic Illustrations of Animals and Their Utility to Man published by Thomas Varty. (London, c1850)

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