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Artist Unknown, Walking Bear, Inukjuak, ca. 1950, The Power Family Program for Inuit Art: Tillirnanngittuq​ | University of Michigan Museum of Art

An exhibition celebrating the exceptional gift of 20th-century Inuit art to the Museum by the Power family Two fascinating stories converge in one very special exhibition: One tracks the development and subsequent worldwide acclaim of contemporary Inuit art from the Canadian Arctic. The other traces the Power family’s seminal role in supporting Inuit art and introducing it to

Inuit Art—Part II: Young Canadian Goose preening, stonecut and stencil, by artist: Kavavaow Mannomee

I have recently mentioned that I bought a little bird painting collection from Inuits in Baffin Islands, Canada. Here a Young Canadian Goose preening, stonecut and stencil, by artist: Kavavaow Mann…

Inuit Art Birds - Illustrious Owl | Illustrious Owl by Kenoj… | Flickr

Illustrious Owl by Kenojuak Ashevak. Lithograph. After having received a card from rtuomi, I sent her this one (via private swap) on 12 March 2008; she received it on 17 March 2008.

Pauta Saila | Inuit Art Foundation | Artist Database

Best known for the development of dancing bear sculptures, Pauta Saila was born on the land at Kilaparutua camp on Baffin Island in 1916. Saila learned by watching his father, who was also camp leader

Inside the work of Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitsiulak, two trailblazers of Inuit art | CBC Radio

One of the most prominent Inuit artists working today, Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory, introduces us to the work of two trailblazers, Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitsiulak. A new exhibition of Ashevak and Pitsiulak's work is on display now at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Tuuliruaq (Great Big Loon), a stonecut stencil by Mayoreak Ashoona, of Cape Dorset, is one of more than 500 prints created in the last 15 years purchased by the Canadian Museum of Civilization. ((Canadian Museum of Civilization)National museum builds Inuit art collection

The Canadian Museum of Civilization has expanded its collection of Inuit prints with acquisition of 554 original, limited-edition works of art created over the last 15 years.

Tim Pitsiulak — Madrona Gallery

B. 1967 Cape Dorset, Nunavut Tim Pitsiulak comes from a family of artists including his aunt, Kenojuak Ashevak, who inspired him to become an artist. The primary influence for many of his realistic drawings is the land of Nunavut and its wildlife.