Hunter and His Kayak
‘Hunter and His Kayak’ by Luke Anguhadluq – Inuit Art – Baker Lake 1978 print collection presented by DaVic Gallery of Native Canadian Arts. Framing recommended for display.
Condition: Minor paper handling dimples. Very good condition.
Description by Artist: No description by artist found.
Notes from DaVic Gallery: Wonderful epic story of courage and survival. It was common practice that Inuit hunters would hunt caribou on their migration path when crossing river. This made them easier target to catch while on the water. However, the fight for life or death was always on the balance for a kayak is not difficult to tumble over and the hunter could die in the cold waters. Here we see a successful hunter offloading his caribou on the shore of a river
Reference picture #4 with letter size paper for size reference.