Inuit (Bag in Hands)

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Inuit (Bag in Hands)

  • Gallery

    Galerie Cosner au Ritz-Carlton Montréal

  • Medium

    Serpentine

  • Time

    Inuit and Native art

  • Dimensions

    127 cm x 30,5 cm x 25,4 cm / 50" x 12" x 10"

Inuit art sculpture from the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, made of serpentine. This woman, a hunter perhaps, holds in her hands a bag. Small details in the composition makes it a unique piece of art: the fur of the mittens, her hair that goes down to the side, the bulky hood of his tunic, or her very large and expressive eyes. Carved in a single block of stone, this Inuit artwork distinguished itself by its dimensions of great size. Serpentine is also called soapstone.

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