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Alias: Eenutsia Innutsiak


Ennutsiak (1896 – 1967) was an Inuit sculptor. Living on Baffin Island, he depicted scenes of daily life in the Arctic. His work is held by several museums, including the Art Gallery of Toronto and the National Gallery of Canada.

Originally from Nunavik, he spent most of his life traveling around Baffin Island and eventually settled in Iqaluit.

Career: His work mostly depicts scenes of daily life in the Arctic, such as women giving birth and men butchering seals and walruses. He worked in soapstone, also known as steatite.
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