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    Darlene Coward Wight
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    Winnipeg Art Gallery; illustrated edition edition (March 15, 2008)
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Curated by Darlene Coward Wight, the exhibit includes 130 sculptures by 110 artists from twenty-five settlements across the Canadian Arctic.

Curated by Darlene Coward Wight, the exhibit includes 130 sculptures by 110 artists from twenty-five settlements across the Canadian Arctic. The art work is presented in six thematic categories: Angakkuit, Inuit Shamans; Unikkaatuat, Inuit Stories; Isumaminitait, Inspired Imaginings; Niaquit, Heads; Inuusirminitait, Life Experiences; and Uumajuit, Animals. Although the broad representation of artists and communities provides the viewer with an expansive survey of Inuit sculpture, few artists are represented by more than a single sculpture.

The Winrob Collection contains one of the most significant assemblages of Inuit sculpture created from bone, antler and whalebone, which due . Be the first to ask a question about The Harry Winrob Collection of Inuit Sculpture. Lists with This Book.

The Winrob Collection contains one of the most significant assemblages of Inuit sculpture created from bone, antler and whalebone, which due to declining availability, makes such sculptures quite rare. The collection is also notable for its wealth of innovative sculpture from the Nunavik communities of Puvirnituq, Inukjuak, and Kangiqsualujjuaq. Among the artists are Nick The Winrob Collection contains one of the most significant assemblages of Inuit sculpture created from bone, antler and whalebone, which due to declining availability, makes such sculptures quite rare.

The Harry Winrob Collection of Inuit Sculpture". Darlene Coward Wight and Frank Reimer. Best Illustrated Book of the Year. Early Masters: Inuit Sculpture 1949-1955". John Hirsch Most Promising Writer Award.

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The New York Collection pays homage to Mr. Winston’s beloved city

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The Harry Winrob Collection of Inuit Art. by Darlene Coward Wight. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780889152403 (978-0-88915-240-3) Hardcover, Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2008. Find signed collectible books: 'The Harry Winrob Collection of Inuit Art'.

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This title documents the donation of the Stafford Collection of Inuit Sculpture to the Winnipeg Art Gallery

Mog the Cat. Moomins. This book can be found in: Art, Fashion & Photography Art & design Art forms Sculpture Art, Fashion & Photography Art & design Art & design styles, history of art Art of indigenous peoples. The Stafford Collection of Inuit Sculpture (Paperback). Darlene Coward Wright (author). This title documents the donation of the Stafford Collection of Inuit Sculpture to the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Published to coincide with a major donation to the Winnipeg Art Gallery, this catalogue features the collection of Robert and Marlene Stafford.

As a doctor, Harry Winrob was fascinated by bone sculpture and collected works in whalebone, bone, and antler. The Winrob Collection, donated to the Gallery as a legacy, contains the most significant assemblage of sculpture created from these materials, which due to declining availability, makes such sculptures quite rare. The collection is also notable for its wealth of innovative sculpture from the Nunavik communities of Puvirnituq, Inukjuak, and Kangiqsualujjuaq. Among the artists are Nick Sikkuark and Karoo Ashevat. Magnificently illustrated with full page colour plates.