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Johnny Inukpuk

Canada (1911 -  2007 )
INUKPUK Johnny Man And Seal

Heffel /Feb 4, 2010
2,720.90 - 4,081.36
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Artworks in Arcadja
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Extracted between 35 works in the catalog of Arcadja
Johnny Inukpuk - Inuit Mother With Child

Johnny Inukpuk - Inuit Mother With Child

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Lot number: 619
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Lot # 619

Johnny Inukpuk
1911 - 2007 Canadian Indigenous

Inuit Mother with Child
soapstone sculpture
on verso signed in syllabics, titled on an Art Eskimo label and inscribed "5-7078"
7 1/2 x 7 x 5 in 19 x 17.8 x 12.7cm

Provenance:
Private Collection, Toronto

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Preview at: Heffel Fine Art Inc. Toronto
Johnny Inukpuk - After The Hunt

Johnny Inukpuk - After The Hunt

Original 1972
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Lot number: 21
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Lot # 021
Johnny Inukpuk
1911 - 2007 Canadian Indigenous
After the Hunt
soapstone sculpture
19 1/4 x 10 1/2 x 7 in 48.9 x 26.7 x 17.8cm
Provenance:
Private Collection, Toronto
Private Collection, Vancouver
Literature:
George Swinton, Sculpture of the Eskimo, 1972, similar workreproduced page 36
After the Hunt illustrates the characteristic style of JohnnyInukpuk in the full, rounded volumes of the figures. By using thismode of representation, the form functions to create the feeling ofabundance that is central to the meaning of this work.
Johnny Inukpuk - Mother And Child

Johnny Inukpuk - Mother And Child

Original 1988
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Lot number: 421
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Lot # 421

Johnny Inukpuk
1911 - 2007 Canadian Indigenous

Mother and Child
dark green soapstone sculpture
on verso signed in Inuktitut syllabics, dated 1988 on the card, inscribed "C-no 5-88 22155", certified by the Government of Canada on the Canada Eskimo Art card #C5-22155 and numbered 76-DIA 0522155 on Canada Eskimo Art label
10 3/8 x 4 1/4 x 11 1/4 in 26.3 x 10.8 x 28.6cm

Provenance:
Private Collection, Montreal

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Preview at: Heffel Gallery Montreal
Johnny Inukpuk - Man And Seal

Johnny Inukpuk - Man And Seal

Original 1973
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Lot number: 17
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Lot # 017
Johnny Inukpuk
1911 - 2007 Canadian Indigenous
Man and Seal
soapstone sculpture
on verso certified by the Government of Canada on the Canada EskimoArt card #461 and dated 1973 on the card
9 x 7 1/2 x 3 in 22.9 x 19 x 7.6cm
Provenance:
Private Collection, British Columbia

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Preview at: Heffel Fine Art Auction House Vancouver
Johnny Inukpuk - Hunter And Bear

Johnny Inukpuk - Hunter And Bear

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Lot number: 81
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Johnny Inukpuk
1911 - 2007 Canadian Indigenous

Hunter and Bear
soapstone sculpture
signed in syllabics, inscribed "C-No 5-88 25267", numbered 76-DFX 0525267 on Canada Eskimo Art label and stamped #(76)-5-26267 on the Canada Eskimo Art card
9 1/2 x 13 x 4 1/4 in 24.1 x 33 x 10.8cm

Provenance:
Canada Eskimo Art
Boreal Gallery, Montreal
Private Collection, Quebec

Literature:
Natalie Ribkoff and Christine Lalonde, ItuKiagatta! Inuit Sculpture from the Collection of the TD Bank Financial Group, the National Gallery of Canada, 2005, page 40

Johnny Inukpuk is a celebrated stone carver who lived and worked in the Nunavik region of Quebec. The artist was a firm believer that his sculptures were meant to represent the culture he was brought up in. Inukpuk stated, "I try to make my work very figurative and to carve deeply in order to show our way of life and culture." As Hunter and Bear demonstrates, the bond between man and nature was a predominant theme in his subjects. Inukpuk was inaugurated as the first Inuit member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 1978.

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Preview at: Heffel Gallery Montreal
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