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Strange Scenes: Early Cape Dorset Drawings.

By Blodgett, Jean & Susan Gustavison

McMichael Gallery, 1993. First printing. 128 pp., photos, 78 works illustrated, biblio, oversize oblong softcover. Fresh, unread copy with light wear to covers at tips. No owner's marks. Uncommon exhibition catalogue.. 1st. Paperback. Fine.


Baker Lake Prints / estampes 1971.

By Amarook, Michael (intro.)

Government of North West Territories,, 1971. First printing. Np., 47 ills., (some color), 4to, ill. card covers. Very Good with light wear, minor creasing.. 1st. Paperback. Very Good.


Identifying Inuit Carvings (in) Northern Art Special (Inuit) in North Magazine

By Wright, Darlene et al

Ottawa: Dept. Of Indian and northern Affairs, 1982. 57 pp. magazine. Includes 4 pp. article by Wright "Identifying Inuit Carvings". Also, "Inuit Dolls", "Marketing Inuit Art and Crafts", etc. Fine unread.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine.


Cape Dorset Annual Print Collection 2004

By Various Inuit Artists.

Cape Dorset, 2004. First printing. 10 pp. folding pamphlet, 32 items illustrated. Promo item for the collection. Price list laid in. 1st. Paperback. Fine.


1976 Cape Dorset Calendar Calendrier Spirit of the Games / L'esprit des jeux

By Williamson, Dr. R. G. Ed.

Cape Dorset: West Baffin Eskimo Co-operative Lt. , 1975. First printing. Large calendar, about 12" X 12", in cerlox binding with small string hanger. Each month is represented by a large colour reproduction of a Cape Dorset print. Calendar is Fine with no writing, tears, marks or creases. Original envelope and cardboard stiffener present, but envelope is badly torn.. 1st. Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by Pitseolak, Pootagook, Pudlo, Lucy, Etc..


Canadian Eskimo Art

By Minister of Northern Affairs. James A. Houston

Ottawa: Queen's Printer , 1950. Early printing, 1955. 40 pages, many photos, oversized softcover. Very Good with minor wear to covers. An above-average copy of this early Inuit art book. Laid in: two contemporary clippings. 1. New York Times, Feb. 8, 1956 "Eskimo Carvings to Tour Europe" two photos of soapstone carvings. 2. Science News Letter, Oct. 29, 1955. "Compare Eskimo Cultures: Evidence found that hte Dorset Eskimos were the dominant culture in the Canadian Arctic for more that 1,000 years", about 11 column inches. . Soft Cover. Very Good.


Canadian Eskimo Artifacts

By Mitchell, Eric & Fr. Van De Velde Eds.

Canadian Arctic Producers, 1973. Second revised edition. 32 pp., many photos of tools, weapons, clothing, etc. oversize softcover. Light wear to covers, spine starting to split at bottom.. 2nd. Paperback. Good.


Baker Lake Wall-hangings: Starting from Scraps in Inuit Art Quarterly Spring 1989

By Muehlen, Maria, Beverly Goldfarb et al (contributors)

Inuit Art Quarterly , 1989. Appears to be an off-print or photocopy, so no colour ills. 48 pp., many b&w ills., ads, magazine format in stapled covers. Muehlen article is six pages with 5 b&w illustrations, biblio. Also, an article by Goldfarb on textile art in Pangnirtung, 5 pp. with 4 illustrations. . Paperback. Fair.


The Beaver Winter 1977 (Magazine) (Inuit Sculpture).

By Burgess, Helen (ed.)

Hudson Bay Co., 1977., 1977. 63 pp., colour and b&w ills., magazine format. Nearly Fine copy. This issue contains: The Sculpture of Tukiki Oshaweetok, an inuit artist.. 1st. Paperback. Fine.


Sculpture / Inuit (hardcover)

By Elliott, George, Taylor, William, E., Swinton, George, Houston, James.

Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1971. First Hardcover Edition. 493 pp., 405 plates (some colour), index, thick 8vo, blue cloth in dj. Text is Fine with no wear, no owner's marks. Dustjacket has light wear to extremities, one short edge-nick to head of spine, not price-clipped. A very attractive Fine/Nearly Fine copy of the scarce cloth edition.. 1st. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.


People of the Willow: The Padlimiut Tribe of the Caribou Eskimo.

By Marsh, Winifred Petchey.

Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1976., 1976. 63 pp., numerous color plates of Eskimo life painted by Petchey in the1930's, as well as illustrations of beaded and applique clothes, oblong 4to format, hardcover in dustjacket. Nearly Fine/Nearly Fine. No owner's name, no significant flaws, just light edge-wear to book and dust jacket. . 2nd. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.


Waddington's Fall 1997

By Waddington's

Waddington's, 1997. First printing. 238 pp., profusely illustrated, quarto, quality softcover. Includes pp. 87 to128 Inuit sculpture, many illustrated. rniture, rugs. 8 pp. addenda and bidder number laid int. Nearly Fine copy. . 1st. Paperback. Fine.


North /Nord: Special Northern Art Issue, Fall 1982

By Various

North, 1982. First printing. 60 pp., many photos, issue focussing on Inuit and arctic art and life, magazine format. Articles on Ted Harrison, Ashoonas of Cape Dorset, Inuit dolls, Pangnirtung community, marketing Inuit art and crafts, identifying Inuit carving, . 1st. Paperback. Fine.


Baker Lake Print Retrospective: A Twenty Year Anniversary

By Various Inuit Artists

Winnipeg: The Upstairs Gallery, 1989. First printign. 17 pp., about 24 ills., mostly colour, stapled in illustrated wraps. Includes original price list, 11 pp., 8.5 X 11 format, stapled and folded once. Catalogue has slight waviness and few small spots to front cover, otherwise no flaws. Price list is Fine. Uncommon.. 1st. Paperback. Very Good.


Comments on Carving Soapstone (in Beaver Magazine Autumn 1975)

By Akitirq, Atoat & Pauloosie

Winnipeg: Hudson's Bay Company, 1975. First printing. Magazine format, 61 pp. Soapstone article is pp. 14-17 with seven photos. Also includes: William Kurelek Paintings: With his comments on four Jewish farm colonies. Fine condition.. 1st. Paperback. Fine.


The Vital Vision: Drawings by Ruth Annaqtuusi

By Jackson, Marion E. and David F. Pelly

Art Gallery of Windsor, 1986. First printing. 41 pp., profusely illustrated, many colour, squarish softcover. No owner's marks, no visible wear. . 1st. Paperback. Fine.


ZEITGENOSSISCHE KUNST DER INDIANER UND ESKIMOS IN KANADA (Contemporary Art of the Indians and Eskimos in Canada)

By Hoffmann, Gerhard Translation

Germany: Editions Cantz / Canadian Museum of Civilization , 1988. First printing, German translation. 641 pp., hundreds of photos, many colour, bios, biblio, oversized softcover. Fine copy, appears unread. No owner's name, no wear or tear. Scarce. . 1st. Paperback. Fine.


Waddington's Sale Catalogue November 1985

By Waddington's

Toronto: Waddington's, 1985. 13 pp. of Inuit material including Karoo Ashevak, about 20 ills. of Inuit sculpture. Good copy with some bidder's notes in ink, some pages creased.. 1st. Paperback. Good.


Cape Dorset Prints (in Beaver Magazine Spring 1975)

By Craig, Mary et al. (Inuit Art)

Winnipeg: Hudson Bay Co., 1975. First printing. Dorset article is pp. 22-31, with 17 illustrations, some colour. Magazine format 61 pp. Fine copy. . 1st. Paperback. Fine.


Wall Hangings at Whale Cove (in Beaver Magazine August 1984)

By Eber, Dorothy et al

Winnipeg: Hudson Bay Co., 1984. First printing. 63 pp., magazine format. Eber article is pp. 26-29 with five photos, one large colour.. 1st. Paperback. Fine.


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