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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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Vital Makpaaq

Settlement: Baker Lake / Qamani’tuaq

(1922-1978) — E2-120

Alternative Names: Makpaaq Makpaaq, Vital Makpaaq, Arngnahungak Makpaaq, Arnasungnark Makpaaq, Makpa Makpaaq

We appreciate your patience as we complete the transfer and updating of biographies of Inuit artists from the old site.

Exhibitions

Baker Lake Print Collection *70

(annual collection)


Baker Lake Print Collection (printmaker) *70

(annual collection)


Baker Lake Print Collection (printmaker) *71

(annual collection)


Baker Lake Print Retrospective: A Twenty Year Anniversary

The Upstairs Gallery


Baker Lake Prints - Ten Year Retrospective

The Upstairs Gallery


Baker Lake Sculpture

Canadian Guild of Crafts Quebec


Canadian Eskimo Arts Festival

Alaska Methodist University Galleries


Drawings and Sculpture from Baker Lake

Winnipeg Art Gallery


Eskimo Sculpture

Lippel Gallery


Eskimo Sculpture (and Drawings)

Waddington Galleries


Inuit Art in the 1970s

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, and the Agnes Etherington Art Centre


Inuit Games and Contests: The Clifford E. Lee Collection of Prints

University of Alberta


Sculpture/Inuit: Masterworks of the Canadian Arctic

Canadian Eskimo Arts Council


The Coming and Going of the Shaman: Eskimo Shamanism and Art

Winnipeg Art Gallery


The Spirit of the Land

The Koffler Gallery


The Zazelenchuk Collection of Eskimo Art

Winnipeg Art Gallery


Uumajut: Animal Imagery in Inuit Art

Winnipeg Art Gallery

Public Collections

Amon Carter Museum of Western Art

Fort Worth


Anchorage Museum of History and Art

Anchorage


Art Gallery of Ontario

Toronto


Canadian Museum of Civilization

Hull


Dennos Museum Center, Northwestern Michigan College

Traverse City


Edmonton Art Gallery

Edmonton


Eskimo Museum

Churchill


Glenbow Museum

Calgary


Inuit Cultural Institute

Rankin Inlet


McMichael Canadian Art Collection

Kleinburg


Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre

Yellowknife


Toronto-Dominion Bank Collection

Toronto


University of Alberta

Edmonton


Vancouver Art Gallery

Vancouver


Winnipeg Art Gallery

Winnipeg

Publications

GIDEON QAUQYUAC [SIC]

Author: Inuit Galerie
Publication: Mannheim, F.D.R.: Inuit Galerie (1988)


THE INUIT PHENOMENON IN ART-HISTORICAL CONTEXT.

Author: Opperman,Hal
Publication: Toronto, Ont. : Inuit Art Quarterly 1(2):1-4. (1986)


INUIT COOPERATIVES.

IN The Canadian Encyclopedia, James H. Marsh, editor-in-chief.

Author: Swinton, George
Publication: Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 2:898. (1985)


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)


SONGS IN STONE.

Author: Arctic Circle
Publication: Los Angeles: The Arctic Circle (1982)


[INTERVIEW WITH ETIDLOIE ETIDLOIE]

Conducted by Marion Jackson, translation by Mukshowya Niviaqsi in winter, 1979, Cape Dorset.

Author: Etidlooie, Etidlooie, 1911-
Publication: Ottawa: Inuit Art Section, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. (1979)


POVUNGNITUK 1964.

Author: Povungnituk Cooperative
Publication: Quebec: Povungnituk Cooperative Society. La Societe Cooperative de Povungnituk (1964)

Artwork

Title Last Sold At Auction
ARCHER 2019-11 (November 2019)
BIRD 2008-04 (April 2008)
DRUM DANCER 2014-03 (March 2014)
HUNTER 2020-11 (November 2020)
MUSK OX 2014-11 (November 2014)
TRAVELING MAN 2017-05 (May 2017)
TWO CARIBOU ANTLER PANELS INCISED WITH ARCTIF MOTIFS 2016-02 (February 2016)

Recent Auction Results

HUNTER
Estimate: 200 — 400
Sold: Nov 2020 — Sold For: $360
ARCHER
Estimate: 300 — 500
Sold: Nov 2019 — Sold For: $240
HUNTER
Estimate: 300 — 500
Sold: Sep 2018 — Sold For: $360
TRAVELING MAN
Estimate: 500 — 700
Sold: May 2017 — Sold For: $720
TWO CARIBOU ANTLER PANELS INCISED WITH ARCTIF MOTIFS
Estimate: 400 — 600
Sold: Feb 2016 — Sold For: $240
MUSK OX
Estimate: 1,500 — 2,000
Sold: Nov 2014 — Sold For: $1,440