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i u a pi pu pa ti tu ta ki ku ka gi gu ga mi mu ma ni nu na si su sa li lu la ji ju ja vi vu va ri ru ra qi qu qa ngi ngu nga lhi lhu lha

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Margo Atatloak Angnayuinak

Settlement: Eskimo Point / Arviat

(1919-1987) — E1-476

Alternative Names: Angnayuinak Angnayuinak, Margo Atatloak Angnayuinak, Atatloak Angnayuinak, Arnayuinak Angnayuinak, Anayoenak Angnayuinak

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Exhibitions

Eskimo Point/Arviat

Winnipeg Art Gallery


Primitive Art from the Arctic

Arctic Artistry


Recent Acquisitions of Early Inuit Sculpture

Arctic Artistry


The Mulders' Collection of Eskimo Sculpture

Winnipeg Art Gallery


We Lived by Animals/Nous Vivions des Animaux

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development in cooperation with the Department of External Affairs

Public Collections

Art Gallery of Ontario

Toronto


Canadian Museum of Civilization

Hull


Winnipeg Art Gallery

Winnipeg

Publications

KAKA ASHOONA: SCULPTURE

Author: Inuit Gallery of Vancouver
Publication: Vancouver, The Inuit Gallery of Vancouver (1990)


MOTHER AND CHILD

Selections from the Inuit Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario, July 7 to Sept. 22, 1989

Author: Art Gallery of Ontario
Publication: Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario (1989)


INUIT LIFE AND LEGENDS

Author: Gallery Philip
Publication: Don Mills, Ontario: Gallery Phillip (1989)


TALKING WITH THE ARTISTS

Author: Eber, Dorothy Harley
Publication: [Manuscript, in English, of an essay for the exhibition catalogue: IM SCHATTEN DER SONNE: ZEITGENOESSISCHE KUNST DER INDIANER UND ESKIMOS IN KANADA.] (1988)


CROSSROADS OF CONTINENTS

Cultures of Siberia and Alaska

Author:
Publication: Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press (1988)


TRANSCRIPT OF THE INTERVIEW WITH THOMAS UGJUK

Interviewed by David Zimmerly in March 1985 in Rankin Inlet, N.W.T.

Author: CEAC [Canadian Eskimo Arts Council]
Publication: Ottawa: Canadian Eskimo Arts Council in collabora-tion with the Inuit Art Section, INAC, and the National Film Board of Canada. (1985)


SCULPTURES AND PRINTS BY LYPA PITSIULAK OF PANGNIRTUNG

Author: Upstairs Gallery
Publication: Winnipeg: The Upstairs Gallery (1979)


THE FAR NORTH : 2000 YEARS OF AMERICAN ESKIMO AND INDIAN ART

Author: National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.)
Publication: Washington, D.C. : National Gallery of Art. (1973)

Artwork

Title Last Sold At Auction
MOTHER AND CHILD 2020-01 (January 2020)
MOTHER HOLDING CHILD 2014-02 (February 2014)
WOMAN WITH HER CHILDREN 2016-02 (February 2016)

Recent Auction Results

MOTHER AND CHILD
Estimate: 300 — 500
Sold: Jan 2020 — Sold For: $240
WOMAN WITH HER CHILDREN
Estimate: 400 — 500
Sold: Feb 2016 — Sold For: $1,080
MOTHER AND CHILD
Estimate: 300 — 500
Sold: Apr 2014 — Sold For: $252
MOTHER HOLDING CHILD
Estimate: 150 — 250
Sold: Feb 2014 — Sold For: $144