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Irene Kataq Angutitok (1914 – 1971) was an Inuit sculptor. Her name also appears as Katak Angutitaq.
She was born Irene Kataq in Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut. She married Athanasie Angutitaq in 1929; the couple lived in Naujaat. Angutitok used soapstone, ivory and whalebone in her art. Some of her sculptures portray scenes from the Bible; she was encouraged by Father Bernie Franzen. She also created sculptures of female figures.
She died in Naujaat in 1971.
In 2002, Canada Post created a Christmas stamp based on her sculpture Mary and Child.
Her works are included in the collections of the National Gallery of Canada, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Winnipeg Art Gallery.
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