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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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Gideon Qauqjuaq

Settlement: Spence Bay / Taloyoak

(1941) — E4-392

Alternative Names: Qauqjuaq Qauqjuaq, Gideon Qauqjuaq, Kaookjuak Qauqjuaq, Kadojuak Qauqjuaq, Quajuak Qauqjuaq

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Exhibitions

A Selection of Whalebone Carvings from Spence Bay

Waddington Galleries


Arts from the Arctic

Anchorage Museum of History and Art


Building on Strengths: New Inuit Art from the Collection

Winnipeg Art Gallery


Creatures of the Sea and Snow

Snow Goose Associates


Eskimo Miniature Carvings by Ada Eyetoaq, Jackoposie Opakat, Gideon Quaqjuaq

Images Art Gallery


Gideon Qauqyuac

Inuit Galerie


Gjoa Haven Sculpture/Wallhangings

Atlantic Galleries


Glimpses of Gjoa Haven

Gallery Phillip


Heritage of the Inuit: Masterpieces of the Eskimo

Colorado Galleries of the Arts, Arapahoe Community College


Immaginario Inuit Arte e cultura degli esquimesi canadesi

Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea


Ivory Sculpture by Augustine Anaituq of Pelly Bay and Gideon Quaqtuaq of Gjoa Haven

The Innuit Gallery of Eskimo Art


Kanuitpit? Kunst und Kulturen der Eskimo: Eine Auswahl aus den Museumssammlungen

Staatliches Museum fur Volkerkunde Munchen


Kitikmeot-Land of the Spirits

Inuit Gallery of Vancouver


Major/Minor

Marion Scott Gallery


Miniaturen

Inuit Galerie


Multiple Realities: Inuit Images of Shamanic Transformation

Winnipeg Art Gallery


Nagdjuk: Gift of the Caribou

Art Space Gallery


Sculpture/Inuit: Masterworks of the Canadian Arctic

Canadian Eskimo Arts Council


Spence Bay Sculpture

Inuit Gallery of Vancouver


Spirit of the Birds

Gallery of the Arctic


The Face of the Inuit

The Innuit Gallery of Eskimo Art


The Inuit Imagination

Winnipeg Art Gallery


The Things That Make Us Beautiful/Nos Parures

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development

Public Collections

Art Gallery of Ontario

Toronto


Inuit Cultural Institute

Rankin Inlet


Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia

Vancouver


Winnipeg Art Gallery

Winnipeg

Artwork

Title Last Sold At Auction
BIRD; BIRDS 2012-11 (November 2012)
FACES 2009-05 (May 2009)
HEAD 2019-11 (November 2019)
MAN TURNED TO FISH 2015-11 (November 2015)
MASK ON BASE 2012-03 (March 2012)
SEAL 2015-01 (January 2015)
SEAL AND GOOSE 2008-07 (July 2008)
SEAL/SHAMAN TOTEM 2010-06 (June 2010)
SEDNA WITH SEAL PUPS 2018-01 (January 2018)
SPIRIT BIRDS AND ULUS (2) 2007-04 (April 2007)
STANDING FIGURE 2007-04 (April 2007)
SWAN; PLAYFUL SEAL 2015-08 (August 2015)
TOTEM 2008-10 (October 2008)
TWO SEAL STUDIES 2009-02 (February 2009)
WHALE TOTEM 2017-11 (November 2017)
WHALE TOTEMS (2) 2017-11 (November 2017)

Recent Auction Results

HEAD
Estimate: 200 — 400
Sold: Nov 2019 — Sold For: $120
SEDNA WITH SEAL PUPS
Estimate: 200 — 300
Sold: Jan 2018 — Sold For: $240
WHALE TOTEM
Estimate: 200 — 300
Sold: Nov 2017 — Sold For: $240
WHALE TOTEMS (2)
Estimate: 300 — 500
Sold: Nov 2017 — Sold For: $360
MAN TURNED TO FISH
Estimate: 600 — 900
Sold: Nov 2015 — Sold For: $861
SWAN; PLAYFUL SEAL
Estimate: 100 — 150
Sold: Aug 2015 — Sold For: $108