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 Johnny Inukpuk  (1911 - 2007)

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Lived/Active: Quebec / Canada      Known for: Inuit sculpture, carving, figure, animals, symbolism, mythology

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Birth/Death Lived/Active Often Known For
- 1911 (Kuujjuarapik, Quebec, Canada)
- 2007 (Inukjuak, Quebec, Canada)
Quebec / Canada Inuit sculpture, carving, figure, animals, symbolism, mythology
* Carving of Walrus, Caribou, Antler, Baleen, Whalebone

* Ivory
* Mixed-Media, Multi-Media
* Stone and/or Limestone Carving

* Folk Art, Naive, Primitive

* Animals, Mammals
* Birds, Ornithology
* Eskimo, Inuit Culture: Genre and Figure
* Figure, Figurative, Human Figure
* Hunting and Fishing Genre, Field and Stream
* Mothers and Children
* Portraits
* Religion, Mysticism, Spirituality
* Symbolism, Iconography

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* Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Elected Member

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* Member of Family of Artists
* Self Taught

* Inuit, Eskimo

Exhibition/Expo: Regional/National/International
* Creation and Transformation: Defining Moments in Inuit Art

Exhibition of Museum
* Art Gallery of Toronto (Art Gallery of Ontario)
* Metropolitan Museum of Art
* National Gallery of Canada
* Quebec Museum of Fine Arts
* Royal Academy of Arts, England

Exhibition of Special Group
* Sculpture of the Inuit: Masterworks of the Canadian Arctic

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