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  Akeeaktashuk  (1898 - 1954)

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Lived/Active: Quebec / Canada      Known for: Inuit sculpture, stone, wood and antler carving, portrait, figure, animal, genre

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QUICK FACTS AND KEYWORDS for Akeeaktashuk
Birth/Death Lived/Active Often Known For
- 1898 (Inukjuak, Quebec (formerly Port Harrison))
- 1954 (Grise Fiord, Ellesmere Island, Nunavat, Canada)
Quebec / Canada Inuit sculpture, stone, wood and antler carving, portrait, figure, animal, genre
Methods
* Carving of Walrus, Caribou, Antler, Baleen, Whalebone
* Direct Carver, Hand Carving
* Sculpture, Sculptor

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

  
Styles
* Folk Art, Naive, Primitive

  
Subjects
* Animals, Mammals
* Birds, Ornithology
* Eskimo, Inuit Culture: Genre and Figure
* Figure, Figurative, Human Figure
* Portraits

  
Ethnicity
* Inuit, Eskimo

  
Exhibition of Museum
* Agnes Etherington Art Centre
* Art Gallery of Ontario
* Inuit Modern: Sarick Collection, Art Gallery of Ontario
* Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
* National Gallery of Canada
* Smithsonian Institution
* Winnipeg Art Gallery

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

  
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Walking hunter
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