Ethnic art

Ethnic art

Ethnic art
Pauloosie Joanasie Inuit Soap Stone Dancing Bear
Pauloosie Joanassie

Serpentine stone sculpture
Representing a Dancing Bear
Created by Canadian Inuk artist Pauloosie Joanasie born 1962 Cape Dorset, Nunavut Territory, Canada
Signed in syllabics underneath his foot
23 cm x 22 cm x 12.5 cm (9" x 8" 5/8 x 4" 7/8)

SKU: sc29

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US$ 1,250.00

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sc26-Inuit Art
MANNUMI SHAQU

Mother & Child
Stone Inuit Sculpture
Attributed to Manomie/Mannumi Shaqu (1917-2000)
E7-824, Cape Dorset
Circa 1975
Height: 54.5 cm (21" 1/2)

SKU: Sc26

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US$ 4,000.00

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Anna Noeh Arctic Bay Acrylic
Noeh

Acrylic on cardboard
By Anna T. Noeh, artist of Hungarian extraction, born in 1926, moved to Canada in 1957.
Attracted to the Great North, she is inspired by the life of Inuit in grandiose tundra landscapes
Arctic Bay
Signed and dated 80-81
Verso with signature and title, torn «...Georg ... Arctic Bay» (King George V Mountain, Arctic Bay ?)
63.5 x 81.3 cm (25" x 32")
With frame 86 x 104 cm (33" 7/8 x 40" 15/16)

SKU: pnoe2

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US$ 4,100.00

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v14-Scrimshaw whale's tooth

A 1978 scrimshaw done on a sperm whale's tooth.
The engraving depicts a whaling scene with a two-masted vessel and a diving whale in background;
foreground with four men in a bark harpooning a sperm whale.
Signed and dated by the scrimshander G. Donaldson
On a beautiful stand made of white coral
Lenght: 15.9 cm (6" 1/4)

SKU: V14

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US$ 1,000.00

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