(1916 - 1992)
Pudlo Pudlat was active/lived in Nunavut / Canada. Pudlo Pudlat is known for Inuit painting and drawing.
Biography Pudlo Pudlat
Pudlo Pudlat (February 4, 1916 at Kamadjuak Camp, Baffin Island, Canada, - December 28, 1992, at Cape Dorset) was an Inuit artist whose preferred medium was a combination of acrylic wash and coloured pencils. His works are in the collections of most Canadian museums. At his death in 1992, Pudlo left a body of work that included more than 4000 drawings and 200 prints.
Pudlo Pudlat lived for much of his life in the Kimmirut region in what is now the Canadian Territory of Nunavut, hunting and fishing with his family along the southwest coast of Baffin Island. Pudlo began drawing in the early 1960s after he abandoned the semi-nomadic way of life and settled in Cape Dorset. He experienced firsthand the radical transformation of life in th
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