(1896 - 1967)
Ennutsiak Ennutsiak was active/lived in Quebec, Nunavut / Canada. Ennutsiak Ennutsiak is known for Inuit sculpture, stone and wood carving.
Biography Ennutsiak Ennutsiak
Ennutsiak (1896 - 1967) (1)
An Inuit (Eskimo) sculptor and carver, Ennutsiak (2) was born in the Nunavik region of northern, Quebec and died in Iqaluit, Nunavut, on Baffin Island. His mediums included stone, ivory, bone, wood and mixed mediums. His subjects included figures and animals; however he was especially well-known for his depictions of Inuit genre* - nomadic life, family activities, hunting, fishing, etc. His style is described as Primitive Art* or Inuit Art. AskART images have some good illustrations of his work.
Ennutsiak's carvings have been included in exhibitions at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (1963); the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba (1967, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980 and 1983); the Montreal Museum
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