Иллюстрации знаменитого художника-реконструтора Ричарда Хука (работы которого широко представлены в этой ветке), посвященные мифам индейцев Северной Америки (переводить лень, если честно, даю английскую текстовку - кому интересно, переведет без особого труда)
1. Myth From The Passamaquoddy Tribe - Northeast Region. "When the two brothers saw the gift of speed the Old Woman had given Joseph, they were jealous"
2. Myth From The Micmac and Passamaquoddy Tribes - Northeast Region. "'Now,' said the Chenoo, 'thrust the horn into her ear!'"
3. Myth From The Iroquois Tribe - Northeast Region. The youth, who loved adventure, and was besides very anxious to learn the fate of his brothers, at once consented to seek the home of the witch.
4. Myth From The Passamaquoddy Tribe - Northeast Region. They came into a pleasant wigwam with a very smooth floor. An old man, so old that he was all white came to meet them.
5. Myth From The Iroquois Tribe - Northeast Region. They sailed to an island in the middle of the lake in a curious canoe propelled by three swans harnessed to either side of it.
6. Myth From The Passamaquoddy Tribe - Northeast Region. They went with the squirrel sledge, flying through the woods on the snow by the moonlight.
7. Myth From The Natchez Tribe - Southeast Region. And ever must you remember that the children of Earth - The Human Race - are my children' said the Wise Old One.
8. Myth From The Tuskegee And Creek Tribes - Southeast Region.
9. Myth From The Cherokee Tribe - Southeast Region. When venom flowed out of the snake, it streamed towards the young Shawnee, but the fire circle stopped its advance.
10. Myth From The Creek Tribe - Southeast Region. Could Walnut-Cracker's Ghost still be at work?
11. Myth From The Seminole Tribe - Southeast Region. When a Seminole soul dies, the Milky Way shines brighter to give him a clear path to the spirit world.
12. Myth From The Choctaw Tribe - Southeast Region. To the great astonishment of all, the deer spoke.
13. Myth From The Choctaw Tribe - Southeast Region. The hunter lifted the bound alligator to his shoulder and carried him to the water.
14. Myth From The Chippewa Tribe - Great Lakes Region. Descending into the charmed ring the fairies danced round and round with exquisite grace and abandon.
15. Myth From The Ottawa Tribe - Great Lakes Region. The moon was happy to see them; she informed them that they were halfway to her brother's and that from the Earth to her abode was half the distance.
16. Myth From The Chippewa And Ojibwa Tribes - Great Lakes Region. The Celestial Visitor told the young man to arise and prepare to wrestle with him.
17. Myth From The Cheyenne Tribe - Great Plains Region. The Creator made man and woman at the same place, but then they were separated, and the woman was put far in the north, and the man in the south.
18. Myth From The Sioux Tribe - Great Lakes Region. She anointed the blistered feet of the holy man with perfumed otter oil.
19. Myth From The Winnebago Tribe - Great Lakes Region. Wak-chung-kaka stayed in the water and the young people prayed to him, "Spirit, grant us long life!"
20. Myth From The Sioux Tribe - Great Lakes Region. Bald Eagle pulled out his gun and shot the Ree dead.
21. Myth From The Sioux Tribe - Great Lakes Region. 'If you wish to win the maiden, you must first of all push away that great stone.'
22. Myth From The Blackfoot Tribe - Great Lakes Region. 'When I first come in the spring, fill and light this pipe,' said the Thunder, 'for I bring the rain which makes all things grow.'
23. Myth From The Pawnee Tribe - Great Lakes Region. The strongest and fiercest bulls rushed at the Indian, but when they drew back there he sat in the centre of the circle with his feather in his hair.
24. Myth From The Pawnee Tribe - Great Lakes Region. The ghosts came into the lodge where the man was, and danced about and whooped and sang.
Ну и индейцы работы других авторов (в основном, ирокезы):
26. Alfredo Rodriguez. Охотник на бизонов (Buffalo Hunter).
27-29. Alfredo Rodriguez. "Красный волк" (Red Wolf).
30. John Buxton. Ирокез с собакой.
31. Robert Dionne. Ирокез.
32,33. José Luis Salinas. Иллюстрации к "Последнему из могикан".
34. Craig Mulins. Ирокезы.
35. Хосе Антонио Пенас. Селение ирокезов.
36. Max Mcleod. Алгонкины, 1750.
37. José Luis Salinas. Охота на бизонов.
38. Giuseppe Rava. Вождь чирикауа-апачей Джеронимо.
Индейцы-то, индейцы Два с половиной года не постились...
Начну с бокс-артов работы Игоря Варавина (все подписаны):
Индейские воины, работы других авторов:
1,2. Joan Francesc Oliveras Pallerols. Скрелинги.
3. Zvonimir Grbasic. Оджибве и гурон.
4. Кеокук, вождь сауков.
5. Zvonimir Grbasic. Индейский скаут.
6. Jean Michel Girard. Гурон.
7. J. Embleton. Черокки.
8. J. Embleton. Красные щиты на тропе войны.