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Antler Horn Caribou Figure Artist: Boonala Date: 1955 Geography: Canada, Nunavut, Ennadai Lake Culture: Inuit Medium: Bone, antler, stone

Antler Horn Caribou Figure Artist: Boonala Date: 1955 Geography: Canada, Nunavut, Ennadai Lake Culture: Inuit Medium: Bone, antler, stone

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Bering Sea Eskimo Inuit Carved Walrus Ivory Anthropomorphic Figure of a Polar Bear with its Cub (Bering Sea).I have no idea of the age/provenance of this, so it's going on sculpture for now!

Sculpture by Judas Ullulaq (1937-1999), Inuit artist - untitled, 1991, whale bone, Musée des Beaux-arts de Montréal.

Sculpture by Judas Ullulaq Inuit artist - untitled, whale bone, Musée des Beaux-arts de Montréal. I met Judas when I lived in Gjoa Haven. My favourite moments were watching him carve.

Inuit Shaman.

Inuit shamanism - This art is not art for art, rather it is art for survival for it gives structure and coherence to the unfathomable and intangible.

(ca. A.D. 900–1500) Zoomorphic figurine Inuit, Thule culture.

Eskimo carving of an otter, walrus ivory. (Would make a great atlatl design )

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