‘Friendly Greeting’ by Luke Anguhadluq – Inuit Art – Baker Lake 1971 print collection presented by DaVic Gallery of Native Canadian Arts. Framing recommended for display.
Condition: Good condition – Previously framed. Professionally treated for tape stains, Creases and paper handling marks, yellowing of the paper and pencil marks. Some mat burn shade remains visible around paper margins as well as two faint tape residue stain on top margin. This can be covered with new mat when framing.
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Notes from DaVic Gallery: “Friendly Greeting” – we see two women from different villages, wearing amauti, and carrying their babies great eachother with much happiness. Typical of Luke Anguhadluq’s works it is easy to submerge into the space and the time indicated in this story: where these women might have walked from, that they are meeting at some point in the middle of the vast space, that they come from different villages and these relationships are important. Though damaged by poor framing choices, this print is an amazing find for any collector. This gorgeous print can be brought back to former glory with professional print restoration. Please inquire.