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Rectangular painting of two figures engaged in a head pull game. Two figures face one another and have a brown band wrapped around both of their heads. The figure on the left is lying on their stomach, with both arms out to support themselves. The figure on the right is sitting on their knees, with both arms out to support themselves. Both figures are wearing brown fur-lined, hooded coats, brown pants and boots. The figure on the right is wearing light brown and the figure on the left is wearing dark brown. Both figures are on snowy ground, painted with shades of pink, yellow, dark blue, light blue and dark green. Behind each of them are piles of dark and light brown rocks, with snow shaded yellow, purple and blue. In the background the sun is setting against a dark blue sky, with streaks of yellow, red and red-brown through it. The artist signature and year, "'09", are printed in pen in the bottom right corner. Next to the signature a small sun is sketched in ink.


Displayed at 2010 Winter Olympics.

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