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Norsk bokmål: Eskimo (inuit) arbeidere med snekkerverktøy. I midten sitter Gustav Baumann (til venstre for kvinnen). Med dedikasjon.
English: Inuit workers with carpentry tools. In the middle sits Gustav Baumann (to the left of the woman). With dedication.
Deutsch: Eskimoarbeiter (Inuits) mit Schreinerwerkzeug. In der Mitte sitzt Gustav Baumann (links von der Frau). Mit Widmung.
Español: Trabajadores esquimales (inuitas) con herramientos de carpintería. En el centro está sentado Gustav Baumann (a la izquierda de la mujer). Con dedicatoria.
Nederlands: Inuit-werkers met timmerwerktuigen. In het midden Gustav Baumann (aan de linkerkant van de vrouw). Met opdracht.
Depicted person: Baumann, Gustav Depicted place: Grønland, Godthåb (Nuuk)
|Date||between 1889 and 1890
|Source||"Fridtjof Nansen bildearkiv"
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