Akesuk Tudlik

Name:
Akesuk Tudlik (1890 – 1966)
Gender:
Male
Style:
Inuit
Region:
Cape Dorset, Nunavut Territory, Canada


Tudlik began carving in the very early 1950s. He carved mostly animals throughout the 1950s, including bears, but especially charming owls that influenced his son, the famous Latcholassie Akesuk. Tudlik participated in the Cape Dorset graphics program early, designing a total of six prints including the classic Bird Dream Forewarning Blizzard and the enigmatic Division of Meat.

Art Work

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    Sale! 'Excited Man Forgets His Weapon' by Akesuk Tudlik - Inuit Art from Cape Dorset 1959 print collection presented by DaVic Art Gallery

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    Cape Dorset 1959
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    'Man Killing Seal’ by Akesuk Tudlik

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    Cape Dorset 1961