Traveling with Dogs

Gender
Female
Style
Inuit
Community
Art Type
Print
Collection
Pangnirtung 1998
Medium
Stencil on Arches Natural paper
Edition
Certified Limited Edition Print # 9 of 40 printed by Enookie Akulukjuk
Size (in)
Paper (H x W): 15 x 25 ¼ in
Size (cm)
Paper (H x W): 38 x 64 cm
Framed
Not Framed, please enquire
Product ID
10300-00051

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Description

Condition:          Soft paper bend upper edge middle of 1″.  Two framing tape upper edge verso.  Image clean and unaffected.

Description by Artist:     No description by artist found.

Notes from DaVic Gallery:   With the ability to travel being central to the successful survival of northern cultures, the value of the working dog is immeasurable. As hunting companion, pack and draught animal, the Inuit dog enhanced the ability of the Inuit and their ancestors to move from place to place, toting their few belongings, in the constant search for game.  The number of dogs belonging to an Inuit family used to depend on the productivity of the hunting territory and the skill of the individual hunter. Historically, two adult dogs were the maximum kept by a family living in the Canadian Arctic, while in Greenland four or five dogs per family was the norm.