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          • Lucassie Echalook (B 1942) Inuit, Stone Sculpture
            Jan. 21, 2024

            Lucassie Echalook (B 1942) Inuit, Stone Sculpture

            Est: $900 - $1,200

            Lucassie Echalook (B 1942) Inuit, Stone Sculpture. Signed on underside. Woman catching fish. 1999. Black stone. Missing drum beater. From The Legacy South. Size: 5 1/2 x 3 5/8 x 1 3/4 in. An Inuit carver from Inukjuak on Hudson Bay known for his stone sculpture and print making. His sculpture is described as distinctive in its use of solid masses of merged figures with features depicted on the horizontal edges, primarily depicting hunting scenes or shamanic transformations. #5477 #H-7

            Sarasota Estate Auction
          • LUCASSIE ECHALUK (INUIT, INUKJUAK, QUEBEC, CANADA, 1942 - )
            Sep. 22, 2023

            LUCASSIE ECHALUK (INUIT, INUKJUAK, QUEBEC, CANADA, 1942 - )

            Est: $150 - $200

            Hunter and Bear, stone cut print, signed in Inuit and dated 1976, pencil signed, numbered 1/40, in silver edged black frame, matted and glazed, OS: 19" x 25", SS: 11 1/2" x 18". Good condition.

            Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
          • Lucassie Echalook (b. 1904, Inuit; Port Harrison/Inukjuak), Carved bear and walrus in a death struggle
            Jun. 06, 2023

            Lucassie Echalook (b. 1904, Inuit; Port Harrison/Inukjuak), Carved bear and walrus in a death struggle

            Est: $400 - $600

            Lucassie Echalook (b. 1904, Inuit; Port Harrison/Inukjuak) Carved bear and walrus in a death struggle Stone Signed syllabically to underside and marked with artist's disc number: E9 1582; further marked with sticker: canadian eskimo art

            John Moran Auctioneers
          • Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, 15 x 13 x 18 in. (38.10 x 33.02 x 45.72 cm.)
            Apr. 20, 2023

            Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, 15 x 13 x 18 in. (38.10 x 33.02 x 45.72 cm.)

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, a large grey stone carving of an Inuk fighting a seal, disc #E9-1648.

            Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
          • Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, 15 x 13 x 18 in. (38.10 x 33.02 x 45.72 cm.)
            Oct. 26, 2022

            Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, 15 x 13 x 18 in. (38.10 x 33.02 x 45.72 cm.)

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, a large grey stone carving of an Inuk fighting a seal, disc #E9-1648.

            Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
          • LUCASSIE ECHALUK (INUIT, INUKJUAK, QUEBEC, CANADA, 1942 - )
            Jul. 29, 2022

            LUCASSIE ECHALUK (INUIT, INUKJUAK, QUEBEC, CANADA, 1942 - )

            Est: $150 - $200

            Hunter and Bear, stone cut print, signed in Inuit and dated 1976, pencil signed, numbered 1/40, in silver edged black frame, matted and glazed, OS: 19" x 25", SS: 11 1/2" x 18". Good condition.

            Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
          • Liegende Robbe. Schwarzer Stein.
            Mar. 25, 2022

            Liegende Robbe. Schwarzer Stein.

            Est: €200 - €250

            Liegende Robbe Inuit-Kunst, Lucassie Echalook (geb. 1942). Schwarzer Stein. In Silbenschrift bez. und nummeriert "E9-1648", Klebeetikett "canadian eskimo art". Min. beschädigt. 16 x 37 x 11,5 cm.

            Scheublein Art & Auktionen
          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK ESKIMO CARVED SOAPSTONE HUNTER & WALRUS SCULPTURE
            Sep. 11, 2021

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK ESKIMO CARVED SOAPSTONE HUNTER & WALRUS SCULPTURE

            Est: -

            Lucassie Echalook Eskimo Art Carved Soapstone Hunter & Walrus Sculpture. Approx. Net Weight: 1.15lbs Keywords: Native American, Indian; Ref: BD1000

            Bradford's
          • 20th C. Inuit Soapstone Hunting Figure - Lucassie
            Aug. 19, 2021

            20th C. Inuit Soapstone Hunting Figure - Lucassie

            Est: $1,200 - $1,950

            Native American, Canada, Quebec, Hudson Bay, Inukjuak, ca. 1970s CE. A wonderful hand-carved soapstone sculpture by Lucassie Echalook (E9-1648, born in 1942) representing a crouching figure holding an object, perhaps a stone or seal. Standing on an integral base (on which it is signed), the fascinating figure steps forwards with his left foot, his body bundled in a thick coat with a large hood, long pants, and boots. His limbs are all bent at the knees and elbows, creating an intriguing composition with many diagonal planes converging with his crouched body. The Inuit's round face looks forward from incised, almond-shaped eyes above a broad, triangular nose and a straight, wide mouth. A sizeable sack hangs from his back, carrying an object similar to the one he holds before him with both hands. Skillfully carved, the stunning example boasts a silky-smooth surface in mottled hues of forest green and olive with natural caramel, cream, and black inclusions. Size: 5" L x 3.25" W x 6.5" H (12.7 cm x 8.3 cm x 16.5 cm) Lucassie Echalook is an Inuit sculptor who began carving in order to support his family after the passing of his father in 1950. Lucassie did not attend school, but instead spent his childhood being taught hunting skills by his father. Thus, hunting narratives have served as a main theme of his art. Due to Green Peace initiatives, however, he has now shifted to portraying spirit figures and shamanic transformations, making this carving of a hunter of greater rarity. He is regarded as "a prolific carver" by his peers and his work has been purchased and exhibited by many renowned institutions, such as the British Museum and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. According to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, "An unusual feature of Lucassie's sculpture is the alignment of anatomical details such as hands or faces along the foreground edge of the block of stone. As a consequence, many of his faces and torsos are distorted into angular planes that converge abruptly. The effect is not only expressive, but adds implied movement to the central mass of the combined figures. His faces can be distinguished by their prominent almond-shaped eyes, broad noses and wide mouths." Provenance: ex-Stein collection, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA, acquired prior to 2010 All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping. #164250

            Artemis Gallery
          • Eskimo Art Esquimau Soapstone Sculpture, Seal Trapper
            Jul. 15, 2021

            Eskimo Art Esquimau Soapstone Sculpture, Seal Trapper

            Est: $50 - $150

            Dark gray, smooth stone. Man killing seal. Native American language etched on base. Issued: 2000 Artist: Lucassie Echalook Dimensions: 7.25"L x 8"H Country of Origin: Canada

            Lion and Unicorn
          • 20th C. Inuit Soapstone Hunting Figure - Lucassie
            Jul. 08, 2021

            20th C. Inuit Soapstone Hunting Figure - Lucassie

            Est: $1,300 - $1,950

            **Originally Listed At $700** Native American, Canada, Quebec, Hudson Bay, Inukjuak, ca. 1970s CE. A wonderful hand-carved soapstone sculpture by Lucassie Echalook (E9-1648, born in 1942) representing a crouching figure holding an object, perhaps a stone or seal. Standing on an integral base (on which it is signed), the fascinating figure steps forwards with his left foot, his body bundled in a thick coat with a large hood, long pants, and boots. His limbs are all bent at the knees and elbows, creating an intriguing composition with many diagonal planes converging with his crouched body. The Inuit's round face looks forward from incised, almond-shaped eyes above a broad, triangular nose and a straight, wide mouth. A sizeable sack hangs from his back, carrying an object similar to the one he holds before him with both hands. Skillfully carved, the stunning example boasts a silky-smooth surface in mottled hues of forest green and olive with natural caramel, cream, and black inclusions. Size: 5" L x 3.25" W x 6.5" H (12.7 cm x 8.3 cm x 16.5 cm) Lucassie Echalook is an Inuit sculptor who began carving in order to support his family after the passing of his father in 1950. Lucassie did not attend school, but instead spent his childhood being taught hunting skills by his father. Thus, hunting narratives have served as a main theme of his art. Due to Green Peace initiatives, however, he has now shifted to portraying spirit figures and shamanic transformations, making this carving of a hunter of greater rarity. He is regarded as "a prolific carver" by his peers and his work has been purchased and exhibited by many renowned institutions, such as the British Museum and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. According to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, "An unusual feature of Lucassie's sculpture is the alignment of anatomical details such as hands or faces along the foreground edge of the block of stone. As a consequence, many of his faces and torsos are distorted into angular planes that converge abruptly. The effect is not only expressive, but adds implied movement to the central mass of the combined figures. His faces can be distinguished by their prominent almond-shaped eyes, broad noses and wide mouths." Provenance: ex-Stein collection, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA, acquired prior to 2010 All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most Antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia.  For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. #164250

            Artemis Gallery
          • 20th C. Inuit Soapstone Hunting Figure - Lucassie
            May. 27, 2021

            20th C. Inuit Soapstone Hunting Figure - Lucassie

            Est: $1,400 - $2,100

            **First Time At Auction** Native American, Canada, Quebec, Hudson Bay, Inukjuak, ca. 1970s CE. A wonderful hand-carved soapstone sculpture by Lucassie Echalook (born in 1942) representing a crouching figure holding an object, perhaps a stone or seal. Standing on an integral base (on which it is signed), the fascinating figure steps forwards with his left foot, his body bundled in a thick coat with a large hood, long pants, and boots. His limbs are all bent at the knees and elbows, creating an intriguing composition with many diagonal planes converging with his crouched body. The Inuit's round face looks forward from incised, almond-shaped eyes above a broad, triangular nose and a straight, wide mouth. A sizeable sack hangs from his back, carrying an object similar to the one he holds before him with both hands. Skillfully carved, the stunning example boasts a silky-smooth surface in mottled hues of forest green and olive with natural caramel, cream, and black inclusions. Size: 5" L x 3.25" W x 6.5" H (12.7 cm x 8.3 cm x 16.5 cm) Lucassie Echalook is an Inuit sculptor who began carving in order to support his family after the passing of his father in 1950. Lucassie did not attend school, but instead spent his childhood being taught hunting skills by his father. Thus, hunting narratives have served as a main theme of his art. Due to Green Peace initiatives, however, he has now shifted to portraying spirit figures and shamanic transformations, making this carving of a hunter of greater rarity. He is regarded as "a prolific carver" by his peers and his work has been purchased and exhibited by many renowned institutions, such as the British Museum and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. According to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, "An unusual feature of Lucassie's sculpture is the alignment of anatomical details such as hands or faces along the foreground edge of the block of stone. As a consequence, many of his faces and torsos are distorted into angular planes that converge abruptly. The effect is not only expressive, but adds implied movement to the central mass of the combined figures. His faces can be distinguished by their prominent almond-shaped eyes, broad noses and wide mouths." Provenance: ex-Stein collection, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA, acquired prior to 2010 All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #164250

            Artemis Gallery
          • Inuit Soapstone Carved Man, Seated Signed Lucassie
            Mar. 06, 2021

            Inuit Soapstone Carved Man, Seated Signed Lucassie

            Est: $50 - $15,000

            Lucassie Ananagi Amamartua (Canada, 1935- ), Inuit Soapstone Carved Man, Seated Signed Lucassie Amm '78. Height 9"

            Kavanagh Auctions
          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK INUIT CARVED STONE SCULPTURE
            Jan. 16, 2021

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK INUIT CARVED STONE SCULPTURE

            Est: $100 - $300

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK INUIT CARVED STONE SCULPTURE Lucassie Echalook (Inuit, b. 1942) carved stone sculpture of an ice fisherman pulling in his catch, signed "Echaluk" on underside, circa 1970's. Size: 8" including pole

            Omnia Auctions
          • Lucassie Echalook Soapstone Carving, Face
            Jan. 16, 2021

            Lucassie Echalook Soapstone Carving, Face

            Est: $100 - $15,000

            Lucassie Echalook (b. 1942), Soapstone Carving Of A Face. 10 Inches Tall. Signed And Dated 1980.

            Kavanagh Auctions
          • Lucassie Echalook (1942-), Inuit carving
            Oct. 29, 2020

            Lucassie Echalook (1942-), Inuit carving

            Est: $160 - $220

            Lucassie Echalook (1942-), Inuit carved stone hunter with seal, number Cno5.12624, initialed BF 286, signed in syllabus, 4 1/2" h.

            Pook & Pook Inc.
          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK INUIT CARVED STONE SCULPTURE
            Oct. 24, 2020

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK INUIT CARVED STONE SCULPTURE

            Est: $100 - $300

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK INUIT CARVED STONE SCULPTURE Lucassie Echalook (Inuit, b. 1942) carved stone sculpture of an ice fisherman pulling in his catch, signed "Echaluk" on underside, circa 1970's. Size: 8" including pole

            Omnia Auctions
          • Inuit Carved Stone Figure of a Seal Hunter
            Aug. 27, 2020

            Inuit Carved Stone Figure of a Seal Hunter

            Est: $350 - $500

            20th Century, bearing an old label attribution to "Lucassie Ech" (referring to Lucassie Echalook, b.1942); bluish gray soapstone with natural cracks, 7 1/8 in. H.

            Alex Cooper
          • Inuit Stone Block Print, Lucassie Echalook 1975
            Jan. 30, 2020

            Inuit Stone Block Print, Lucassie Echalook 1975

            Est: $100 - $200

            Inuit Stone Block Print, Lucassie Echalook Echaluk), Inoucajouac 1975. Limited edition 3/40 - Goose Hunter. Renowned as a carver, Echalook also produced stone block prints. Measures 12.25 x 8.25 inches within matting.

            Kavanagh Auctions
          • ECHALOOK, LUCASSIE - INUIT HUNTER - 1986
            Sep. 24, 2019

            ECHALOOK, LUCASSIE - INUIT HUNTER - 1986

            Est: $200 - $300

            Echalook, Lucassie (1942-) Inuit Hunter (1986) Sculpture en pierre à savon et os, signée et datée en-dessous en syllabique Soap stone and bone sculpture, signed and dated underneath in syllabic 6" x 9" x 4" - 15.24 x 22.86 x 10.16 cm Rapport de condition : Sur demande, nous nous ferons un plaisir de répondre à vos questions de manière détaillée.   Condition Report : Upon request, We will gladly answer all your inquiries in a detailed manner.

            Champagne Auctions
          • Lucassie Echalook (Canada, b. 1942) Stone Sculpture
            Aug. 27, 2019

            Lucassie Echalook (Canada, b. 1942) Stone Sculpture

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            DESCRIPTION: A carved black stone sculpture by Inukjuak artist Lucassie Echalook. Depicting a hunter and animal. Signed "Echalook, Port Harrison" CIRCA: 20th Century ORIGIN: Canada DIMENSIONS: H. 6.25" x W. 10.5" CONDITION: Great condition. See lot description for details on item condition. More detailed condition requests can be obtained via email ([email protected]) or SMS (305) 333-4134. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Akiba Antiques shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

            Akiba Galleries
          • Eskimo Battling Polar Bear, Lucassie Echalook (50571)
            Jan. 27, 2019

            Eskimo Battling Polar Bear, Lucassie Echalook (50571)

            Est: $350 - $700

            Impressive sculpture of an Eskimo battling a ferocious bear. Sculpture attributed to Inuit artist, Lucassie Echalook who was born in 1942. Missing spear in this mortal battle. Several small bruises in the tail area. 11" x 7" x 9". Echalookís sculpture is usually a solid mass with few open spaces; his narrative scenes are compact, as if part of a single form. ìAn unusual feature of his sculpture is that he often aligns details, such as hands or faces, along the foreground edge, and his figuresí anatomical features are distorted into angular planes that converge abruptly, creating an effect that implies movementî (Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1997). Moreover, Echalookís faces can often be distinguished by their ìalmond-shaped eyes, broad noses, and wide mouthsî. His sculptures are highly-polished, except for their bases. State: Arctic Regions City: Date: c1980

            Holabird Western Americana
          • Eskimo Battling Polar Bear, Lucassie Echalook
            Dec. 09, 2018

            Eskimo Battling Polar Bear, Lucassie Echalook

            Est: $600 - $900

            Impressive sculpture of an Eskimo battling a ferocious bear. Sculpture attributed to Inuit artist, Lucassie Echalook who was born in 1942. Missing spear in this mortal battle. Several small bruises in the tail area. 11" x 7" x 9". Echalook’s sculpture is usually a solid mass with few open spaces; his narrative scenes are compact, as if part of a single form. “An unusual feature of his sculpture is that he often aligns details, such as hands or faces, along the foreground edge, and his figures’ anatomical features are distorted into angular planes that converge abruptly, creating an effect that implies movement” (Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1997). Moreover, Echalook’s faces can often be distinguished by their “almond-shaped eyes, broad noses, and wide mouths”. His sculptures are highly-polished, except for their bases. State: Arctic Regions City: Date: c.1980 HWAC# 50571

            Holabird Western Americana
          • Eskimo Battling Polar Bear, Lucassie Echalook
            Aug. 26, 2018

            Eskimo Battling Polar Bear, Lucassie Echalook

            Est: $700 - $1,000

            Impressive sculpture of an Eskimo battling a ferocious bear. Sculpture attributed to Inuit artist, Lucassie Echalook who was born in 1942. Missing spear in this mortal battle. Several small bruises in the tail area. 11" x 7" x 9". Echalookís sculpture is usually a solid mass with few open spaces; his narrative scenes are compact, as if part of a single form. ìAn unusual feature of his sculpture is that he often aligns details, such as hands or faces, along the foreground edge, and his figuresí anatomical features are distorted into angular planes that converge abruptly, creating an effect that implies movementî (Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1997). Moreover, Echalookís faces can often be distinguished by their ìalmond-shaped eyes, broad noses, and wide mouthsî. His sculptures are highly-polished, except for their bases. Date: c.1980 City: State: Arctic Regions HWAC# 50571

            Holabird Western Americana
          • Eskimo Battling Polar Bear, Lucassie Echalook
            May. 07, 2018

            Eskimo Battling Polar Bear, Lucassie Echalook

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            Impressive sculpture of an Eskimo battling a ferocious bear. Sculpture attributed to Inuit artist, Lucassie Echalook who was born in 1942. Missing spear in this mortal battle. Several small bruises in the tail area. 11" x 7" x 9". Echalookís sculpture is usually a solid mass with few open spaces; his narrative scenes are compact, as if part of a single form. ìAn unusual feature of his sculpture is that he often aligns details, such as hands or faces, along the foreground edge, and his figuresí anatomical features are distorted into angular planes that converge abruptly, creating an effect that implies movementî (Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1997). Moreover, Echalookís faces can often be distinguished by their ìalmond-shaped eyes, broad noses, and wide mouthsî. His sculptures are highly-polished, except for their bases. HWAC# 50571 Date: c.1980 Location: Arctic Regions

            Holabird Western Americana
          • Echalook, Lucassie (1942- ) Inuit building an igloo (Inukjuak)
            Apr. 25, 2018

            Echalook, Lucassie (1942- ) Inuit building an igloo (Inukjuak)

            Est: $150 - $250

            Sculpture en pierre à savon, signée en dessous en syllabique Soap stone sculpture, signed underneath in syllabic 6 1/2" x 5" x 2"; 16.51 x 12.70 x 5.08 cm

            Champagne Auctions
          • (4) INUIT CARVINGS
            Feb. 16, 2018

            (4) INUIT CARVINGS

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            (4) INUIT CARVINGS Group of (4) Inuit Soapstone Carvings depicting Otters, including: Peter Ussugi Anauta (Quebec, Canada, 1934- ), Otter with Fish, Inuit character signature on base, dated '77, 4 1/8" high, 8 3/4" x 2 3/8"; Standing Otter, signed Abraham on base and dated 1981, 7 1/2" high, 3" x 3 1/4"; Beaver, signed DIMU, 1 7/8" x 5 3/4" x 1 5/8"; and Lucassie Echalook (Quebec, Canada, 1942- ), Otter Eating a Fish, Inuit character mark on base, 3 1/2" high, 9 1/8" x 2 1/4".

            Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (UPIK, INUKJUAK-PORT HARRISON/INOUCDJOUAC, CANADA, 1942 - )
            Feb. 16, 2018

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (UPIK, INUKJUAK-PORT HARRISON/INOUCDJOUAC, CANADA, 1942 - )

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (UPIK, INUKJUAK-PORT HARRISON/INOUCDJOUAC, CANADA, 1942 - ) Mother Clutching Child, carved black serpentine, 8" x 12" x 8". Fine condition.

            Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
          • Eskimo Battling Polar Bear, Lucassie Echalook
            Jan. 20, 2018

            Eskimo Battling Polar Bear, Lucassie Echalook

            Est: $1,500 - $2,000

            Impressive sculpture of an Eskimo battling a ferocious bear. Sculpture attributed to Inuit artist, Lucassie Echalook who was born in 1942. Missing spear in this mortal battle. Several small bruises in the tail area. 11" x 7" x 9". EchalookÕs sculpture is usually a solid mass with few open spaces; his narrative scenes are compact, as if part of a single form. ÒAn unusual feature of his sculpture is that he often aligns details, such as hands or faces, along the foreground edge, and his figuresÕ anatomical features are distorted into angular planes that converge abruptly, creating an effect that implies movementÓ (Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1997). Moreover, EchalookÕs faces can often be distinguished by their Òalmond-shaped eyes, broad noses, and wide mouthsÓ. His sculptures are highly-polished, except for their bases. Date: c.1980 Location: Arctic Regions HWAC# 50571

            Holabird Western Americana
          • Eskimo Battling Polar Bear Sculpture, Lucassie Echalook
            Oct. 20, 2017

            Eskimo Battling Polar Bear Sculpture, Lucassie Echalook

            Est: $2,500 - $4,000

            Impressive sculpture of an Eskimo battling a ferocious bear. Sculpture attributed to Inuit artist, Lucassie Echalook who was born in 1942. Missing spear in this mortal battle. Several small bruises in the tail area. 11î x 7î x 9î. EchalookÍs sculpture is usually a solid mass with few open spaces; his narrative scenes are compact, as if part of a single form. ñAn unusual feature of his sculpture is that he often aligns details, such as hands or faces, along the foreground edge, and his figuresÍ anatomical features are distorted into angular planes that converge abruptly, creating an effect that implies movementî (Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1997). Moreover, EchalookÍs faces can often be distinguished by their ñalmond-shaped eyes, broad noses, and wide mouthsî. His sculptures are highly-polished, except for their bases. City: State: Arctic Regions Date: c.1980 HWAC# 50571

            Holabird Western Americana
          • Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, a grey stone carving of a hunter holding a seal signed in syllabics 18 x 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. (45.7 x 24.1...
            Oct. 18, 2017

            Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, a grey stone carving of a hunter holding a seal signed in syllabics 18 x 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. (45.7 x 24.1...

            Est: $500 - $700

            Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, a grey stone carving of a hunter holding a seal signed in syllabics 18 x 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. (45.7 x 24.1 x 19.1 cm)

            Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), THREE SCULPTURES; OWL, HAWK, OTTER WITH FISH, stone, 3.5" x 3.5" x 2.5" — 8.9 x 8.9 x 6.4 cm.; 4" x 4" x 3" — 10.2 x 10.2 x 7.6 cm.; 3" x 8.5" x 2" — 7.6 x 21.6 x 5.1 cm. (3 Pieces)
            Aug. 31, 2017

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), THREE SCULPTURES; OWL, HAWK, OTTER WITH FISH, stone, 3.5" x 3.5" x 2.5" — 8.9 x 8.9 x 6.4 cm.; 4" x 4" x 3" — 10.2 x 10.2 x 7.6 cm.; 3" x 8.5" x 2" — 7.6 x 21.6 x 5.1 cm. (3 Pieces)

            Est: $150 - $200

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), PORT HARRISON / INUKJUAK;TOMMY JOHANNES (1938-), UNIDENTIFIEDTHREE SCULPTURES; OWL, HAWK, OTTER WITH FISHstone, signed in syllabics3.5" x 3.5" x 2.5" — 8.9 x 8.9 x 6.4 cm.; 4" x 4" x 3" — 10.2 x 10.2 x 7.6 cm.; 3" x 8.5" x 2" — 7.6 x 21.6 x 5.1 cm.Estimate: $150—200

            Waddington's
          • Inuit Eskimo carving Lucassie Echalook (b. 1904) Port Harrison dark green serpentine Sedna Swimming with seals. 8" Provenance: Waddi...
            May. 20, 2017

            Inuit Eskimo carving Lucassie Echalook (b. 1904) Port Harrison dark green serpentine Sedna Swimming with seals. 8" Provenance: Waddi...

            Est: $150 - $250

            Inuit Eskimo carving Lucassie Echalook (b. 1904) Port Harrison dark green serpentine Sedna Swimming with seals. 8" Provenance: Waddington''s Toronto, Canada.

            Nadeau's Auction Gallery
          • Inuit Eskimo carving Lucassie Echalook (1942) Inukjuak black serpentine Woman With Accordion. 9" x 6" x 5" pedestal ht. 30in.
            May. 20, 2017

            Inuit Eskimo carving Lucassie Echalook (1942) Inukjuak black serpentine Woman With Accordion. 9" x 6" x 5" pedestal ht. 30in.

            Est: $200 - $400

            Inuit Eskimo carving Lucassie Echalook (1942) Inukjuak black serpentine Woman With Accordion. 9" x 6" x 5" pedestal ht. 30in.

            Nadeau's Auction Gallery
          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1904-), HUNTER AND WHALE, stone, sinew, 4.25" x 8.75" x 4.25" — 10.8 x 22.2 x 10.8 cm.
            Mar. 30, 2017

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1904-), HUNTER AND WHALE, stone, sinew, 4.25" x 8.75" x 4.25" — 10.8 x 22.2 x 10.8 cm.

            Est: -

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1904-), E9-1582, PORT HARRISON / INUKJUAKHUNTER AND WHALEstone, sinew, signed in syllabics and with disc number4.25" x 8.75" x 4.25" — 10.8 x 22.2 x 10.8 cm.Estimate: $450—550

            Waddington's
          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), WOMAN MOVING A BOULDER, stone, 7" x 8" x 7" — 17.8 x 20.3 x 17.8 cm.
            Mar. 31, 2016

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), WOMAN MOVING A BOULDER, stone, 7" x 8" x 7" — 17.8 x 20.3 x 17.8 cm.

            Est: -

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), E9-1648, INUKJUAKWOMAN MOVING A BOULDERstone, dated and signed in syllabics7" x 8" x 7" — 17.8 x 20.3 x 17.8 cm.Estimate: $300—500

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          • Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, a black stone carving of a walrus, signed in syllabics, 1976 7 x 13 1/2 x 7 in. (17.8 x 34.3 x 17.8 cm)
            Oct. 28, 2015

            Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, a black stone carving of a walrus, signed in syllabics, 1976 7 x 13 1/2 x 7 in. (17.8 x 34.3 x 17.8 cm)

            Est: $400 - $600

            Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, a black stone carving of a walrus, signed in syllabics, 1976 7 x 13 1/2 x 7 in. (17.8 x 34.3 x 17.8 cm)

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          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), HUNTER AND SEAL, stone, 12.75" x 9" x 5.5" — 33 x 22.9 x 14 cm.
            Oct. 22, 2015

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), HUNTER AND SEAL, stone, 12.75" x 9" x 5.5" — 33 x 22.9 x 14 cm.

            Est: -

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), E9-1648, INUKJUAKHUNTER AND SEALstone, signed in syllabics and inscribed with disc number12.75" x 9" x 5.5" — 33 x 22.9 x 14 cm.Estimate: $300—500

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          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1959-), E9-3623, INUKJUAK; Unidentified, TWO WALRUSES, stone; stone, antler, 2.75" x 4" x 2" — 7 x 10.2 x 5.1 cm. (2 Pieces)
            Aug. 27, 2015

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1959-), E9-3623, INUKJUAK; Unidentified, TWO WALRUSES, stone; stone, antler, 2.75" x 4" x 2" — 7 x 10.2 x 5.1 cm. (2 Pieces)

            Est: -

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1959-), E9-3623, INUKJUAK; UNIDENTIFIED, POSSIBLY PANGNIRTUNGTWO WALRUSESstone; stone, antler, the first, dated 76, signed in syllabics; the second with condition noted2.75" x 4" x 2" — 7 x 10.2 x 5.1 cm.Estimate: $150—250

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          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), HUNTER AND DOG ATTACKING CARIBOU, stone, antler, 18.5" x 19" x 4.5" — 47 x 48.3 x 11.4 cm.
            Apr. 30, 2015

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), HUNTER AND DOG ATTACKING CARIBOU, stone, antler, 18.5" x 19" x 4.5" — 47 x 48.3 x 11.4 cm.

            Est: -

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), E9-1648, INUKJUAKHUNTER AND DOG ATTACKING CARIBOUstone, antler, dated 1980, signed in syllabics18.5" x 19" x 4.5" — 47 x 48.3 x 11.4 cm.Estimate: $1,500—2,500

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          • Nili Aipajaa; LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1959-), BIRD; BIRD SEAL TRANSFORMATION, stone, 4" x 6.25" x 2" - 10.2 x 15.9 x 5.1 cm.; 4.5" x 6.25" x 3" - 11.4 x 15.9 x 7.6 cm. (2 Pieces)
            Jan. 29, 2015

            Nili Aipajaa; LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1959-), BIRD; BIRD SEAL TRANSFORMATION, stone, 4" x 6.25" x 2" - 10.2 x 15.9 x 5.1 cm.; 4.5" x 6.25" x 3" - 11.4 x 15.9 x 7.6 cm. (2 Pieces)

            Est: -

            NILI AIPAJAA; LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1959-), INUKJUAKBIRD; BIRD SEAL TRANSFORMATIONstone, signed in syllabics4" x 6.25" x 2" - 10.2 x 15.9 x 5.1 cm.; 4.5" x 6.25" x 3" - 11.4 x 15.9 x 7.6 cm.Estimate: $100-200

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          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), E9-1648, INUKJUAKHUNTER
            Nov. 17, 2014

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), E9-1648, INUKJUAKHUNTER

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), E9-1648, INUKJUAKHUNTER AND DOG ATTACKING CARIBOUstone, antler, dated 1980, signed in syllabics18.5" x 19" x 4.5" - 47 x 48.3 x 11.4 cm.

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          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), THE OLD WOMAN WHO KILLED A BEAR, stone, 7.5" x 12" x 3.5" - 19.1 x 30.5 x 8.9 cm.
            Oct. 14, 2014

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), THE OLD WOMAN WHO KILLED A BEAR, stone, 7.5" x 12" x 3.5" - 19.1 x 30.5 x 8.9 cm.

            Est: -

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), E9-1648, INUKJUAKTHE OLD WOMAN WHO KILLED A BEARstone, signed in syllabics7.5" x 12" x 3.5" - 19.1 x 30.5 x 8.9 cm.Note:"An old woman, a humble little old woman, once killed a bear with her walking stick [...] She used to fall behind and would arrive at night only when it was nearly dawn. [...] when the old woman was walking with stick as usual in the moonlight very late at night, she was caught up to by a big male bear who was tracking her along her trail. Dodging him with the help of her stick, she could not be bitten. Turning her mitts inside out she put them on the end of her cane. When the bear came after her, she jabbed the stick in his mouth. The mitts stuck in his throat and he just died."Nungak, Zebedee & Eugene Arima, Eskimo Stories Unikkaatuat : Eskimo Stories from Povungnituk, QC, The National Museums of Canada, Ottawa, 1969, p. 67Estimate: $400-600

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          • probably LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), HUNTER AND SEAL, stone, 6" x 7.75" x 4.5" - 15.2 x 19.7 x 11.4 cm.
            Sep. 18, 2014

            probably LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), HUNTER AND SEAL, stone, 6" x 7.75" x 4.5" - 15.2 x 19.7 x 11.4 cm.

            Est: -

            PROBABLY LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), E9-1648, INUKJUAKHUNTER AND SEALstone, signed in syllabics, dated 1980, some stone loss on veins6" x 7.75" x 4.5" - 15.2 x 19.7 x 11.4 cm.Estimate: $300-500

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          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), E9-1648, Inukjuak
            Oct. 10, 2013

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), E9-1648, Inukjuak

            Est: $300 - $500

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1942-), E9-1648, Inukjuak BEAR TAKING A SEAL, stone, signed in syllabics, 6" x 8" x 3.75" - 15.2 x 20.3 x 9.5 cm. Provenance: From the Dr. and Mrs. Philip H. Gray Collection of Inuit Art

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          • Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, 13 1/4 in. h. x 12 in. w. x 11 1/2 in. l. (33.5 x 30.5 x 29.2 cm)
            May. 30, 2012

            Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, 13 1/4 in. h. x 12 in. w. x 11 1/2 in. l. (33.5 x 30.5 x 29.2 cm)

            Est: $1,500 - $2,000

            Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, a soapstone carving of a hunter and walrus, signed in syllabics 13 1/4 in. h. x 12 in. w. x 11 1/2 in. l. (33.5 x 30.5 x 29.2 cm)

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          • Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, 13 1/4 in. h. x 12 in. w. x 11 1/2 in. l. (33.5 x 30.5 x 29.2 cm)
            Nov. 23, 2011

            Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, 13 1/4 in. h. x 12 in. w. x 11 1/2 in. l. (33.5 x 30.5 x 29.2 cm)

            Est: $1,500 - $2,000

            Lucassie Echalook, Inukjuak, a soapstone carving of a hunter and walrus, signed in syllabics 13 1/4 in. h. x 12 in. w. x 11 1/2 in. l. (33.5 x 30.5 x 29.2 cm)

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          • LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1904-), E9-1582, Inukjuak
            Mar. 24, 2011

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1904-), E9-1582, Inukjuak

            Est: $200 - $300

            LUCASSIE ECHALOOK (1904-), E9-1582, Inukjuak HUNTER CATCHES SEAL, stone, signed in syllabics, ca, 1973, 5.75" x 8" x 8.75" - 14.6 x 20.3 x 22.2 cm.

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