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b. 1925 - d. 2001

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      • Agnes Nanogak, 19 x 24 in. (48.26 x 60.96 cm.)
        Oct. 25, 2023

        Agnes Nanogak, 19 x 24 in. (48.26 x 60.96 cm.)

        Est: $200 - $300

        Agnes Nanogak, Untitled - Family on a Walk marker on paper, signed.

        Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
      • Agnes Nanogak, 16 1/2 x 22 1/2 in. (41.91 x 57.15 cm.)
        Oct. 25, 2023

        Agnes Nanogak, 16 1/2 x 22 1/2 in. (41.91 x 57.15 cm.)

        Est: $200 - $300

        Agnes Nanogak, Untitled - Duck and Weasel marker on paper, signed.

        Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
      • Agnes Nanogak 19 x 24 in. (48.26 x 60.96 cm.)
        Oct. 25, 2023

        Agnes Nanogak 19 x 24 in. (48.26 x 60.96 cm.)

        Est: $200 - $300

        Agnes Nanogak Untitled - Woman Cooking marker on paper, signed.

        Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
      • A group of Inuit artworks, Agnes Nanogak (1925-2001), "Dream," 1968, Stonecut on paper, Peter Aliknak (b. 1928), "Sorcerers Contest," 1966, and "Mother Bear," 1984, Stonecut on paper, Helen Kalvak (1901-1984)
        Jun. 06, 2023

        A group of Inuit artworks, Agnes Nanogak (1925-2001), "Dream," 1968, Stonecut on paper, Peter Aliknak (b. 1928), "Sorcerers Contest," 1966, and "Mother Bear," 1984, Stonecut on paper, Helen Kalvak (1901-1984)

        Est: $400 - $600

        A group of Inuit artworks Agnes Nanogak (1925-2001) "Dream," 1968 Stonecut on cream-colored paper Edition: 14/50 Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in pencil along the lower edge: Nanogak; with the red Holman stamp lower right Sight size: 18" H x 23" W Peter Aliknak (b. 1928) "Sorcerers Contest," 1966 Stonecut on cream-colored paper Edition: 19/40 Signed, titled, dated, numbered, and inscribed in pencil along the lower edge: Aliknak / Eskimo Western Arctic / #7; with the red Holman stamp and unidentified blindstamp lower right Image/Sheet: 15.125" H x 20.25" W Helen Kalvak (1901-1984) "The Sea Dwellers," 1968 Stonecut on cream-colored paper Edition: 27/50 Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in pencil along the lower edge: Kalvak / #13; with the red Holman stamp and unidentified blindstamp lower right Image/Sheet: 18" H x 24" W Peter Aliknak "Mother Bear," 1984 Stonecut on cream-colored paper Edition: 9/50 Signed, titled, dated, numbered, and inscribed in pencil along the lower edge: Aliknak / Holman / Equtak; with the Holman blindstamp and unidentified blindstamp lower right Image/Sheet: 17.125" H x 25.25" W 4 pieces

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • Three Inuit stonecuts, Agnes Nanogak (1925-2001), Toweener Arngnakik (20th century), Lipa Pitsiulak (1943-2010) & Solomon Karpik Pangnirtung (20th century), Stonecut in colors on paper, 3 pieces
        Jun. 06, 2023

        Three Inuit stonecuts, Agnes Nanogak (1925-2001), Toweener Arngnakik (20th century), Lipa Pitsiulak (1943-2010) & Solomon Karpik Pangnirtung (20th century), Stonecut in colors on paper, 3 pieces

        Est: $300 - $500

        Three Inuit stonecuts Agnes Nanogak (1925-2001) "Vengeance," 1977 Stonecut in colors on cream-colored paper Edition: 7/50 Signed, titled, dated, numbered, and inscribed in pencil along the lower edge: Nanogak / Holman / Egutak; with the Holman and an unidentified blindstamp lower right Image/Sheet: 20.125" H x 30.25" W Toweener Arngnakik (20th century) "Embroidering a Parka," 1971 Stonecut in colors on paper Edition: 9/42 Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in pencil along the lower edge: Toweener Arngnakik, and with the artist device lower right; with an unidentified blindstamp lower right Image/Sheet: 19.75" H x 26" W Lipa Pitsiulak (1943-2010) & Solomon Karpik Pangnirtung (20th century) "Shaman Test of Strength," 1978 Stonecut in colors on paper Edition: 3/50 Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in pencil along the lower edge: Lipa Pitsiulak / Solomon Karpik Pangnirtung / 66, and with the artist's device lower right; with an unidentified blindstamp lower right Image/Sheet: 16.75" H x 24.5" W 3 pieces

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • Agnes Nanogak, Canadian (1925-2001), Untitled - Family on a Walk, marker on paper, 19 x 24 in. (48.26 x 60.96 cm.)
        Apr. 20, 2023

        Agnes Nanogak, Canadian (1925-2001), Untitled - Family on a Walk, marker on paper, 19 x 24 in. (48.26 x 60.96 cm.)

        Est: $300 - $500

        Agnes Nanogak Canadian, (1925-2001) Untitled - Family on a Walk marker on paper signed

        Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
      • Agnes Nanogak, Canadian (1925-2001), Untitled - Duck and Weasel, marker on paper, 16 1/2 x 22 1/2 in. (41.91 x 57.15 cm.)
        Apr. 20, 2023

        Agnes Nanogak, Canadian (1925-2001), Untitled - Duck and Weasel, marker on paper, 16 1/2 x 22 1/2 in. (41.91 x 57.15 cm.)

        Est: $300 - $500

        Agnes Nanogak, Canadian, (1925-2001) Untitled - Duck and Weasel marker on paper signed

        Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
      • Agnes Nanogak, Canadian (1925-2001), Untitled - Woman Cooking, marker on paper, 19 x 24 in. (48.26 x 60.96 cm.)
        Apr. 20, 2023

        Agnes Nanogak, Canadian (1925-2001), Untitled - Woman Cooking, marker on paper, 19 x 24 in. (48.26 x 60.96 cm.)

        Est: $300 - $500

        Agnes Nanogak Canadian, (1925-2001) Untitled - Woman Cooking marker on paper signed

        Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
      • Agnes Nanogak (1925-2001) Inuit, "Five Swans"
        Jan. 07, 2023

        Agnes Nanogak (1925-2001) Inuit, "Five Swans"

        Est: $100 - $200

        "Five Swans" 1983 signed Nanogal/Egutak printed by Harry Egutak b 1925 stone cut print. Signed, titled and numbered in pencil 7/50. Overall size: 26 x 33 in. Sight size: 20 1/2 x 28 in.

        Sarasota Estate Auction
      • Agnes Nanogak stone cut
        Sep. 24, 2022

        Agnes Nanogak stone cut

        Est: $100 - $200

        Agnes Nanogak / Holman Island (1925-2001) ''Sewing''- stone cut on paper, 1977, signed, titled, dated, numbered 3/50 and annotated 'Holman' in pencil, embossed with Holman ulu symbol, good condition. 29 3/4 x 19 3/4''

        Rachel Davis Fine Arts
      • Agnes Nanogak stone cut
        Sep. 24, 2022

        Agnes Nanogak stone cut

        Est: $100 - $200

        Agnes Nanogak / Holman Island (1925-2001) ''Rats''- stone cut, 1968, signed, dated, titled and annotated '#30 Stone cut 7150' in pencil. 16 x 22''

        Rachel Davis Fine Arts
      • Agnes Nanogak (1925-2001), Holman/ Ulikhaktok, Owl and Duck
        Sep. 13, 2022

        Agnes Nanogak (1925-2001), Holman/ Ulikhaktok, Owl and Duck

        Est: $125 - $150

        Agnes Nanogak Goose 
(Inuit, 1925 - 2005)
 Known for her energetic and colourful depictions of traditional Inuit myths and legends, Agnes Nanogak was a prominent contributor to every print collection published by the Holman artists' co-operative since 1967. In 1937 Agnes Nanogak made her home in Holman, NWT, where she married William Goose, raised seven children and developed her artistic career. Her narrative prints and drawings evoked a rich variety of stories reflecting the Alaskan roots of her father, (William Natkutsiak, who came from Alaska to the Canadian Arctic as a guide for explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson) and the Mackenzie Delta/Copper Eskimo culture of her mother and husband.

Nanogak’s fascination with Aesop-like animal tales, stories of shamans, and myths has been a constant throughout her career. Stylistically, her works are characterized by their bold colors, fluid lines, and nervous energy.

She is one of Holman’s most prominent and prolific artists, having contributed a total of about one hundred forty images to twenty annual print collections since 1967, when her artistic career began. Agnes Nanogak illustrated 2 books of Inuit stories, Tales from the Igloo, edited and translated by Maurice Metayer (1972), and More Tales from the Igloo, which she also wrote (1986). In 1985 she received an honorary degree from Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Stone-cut Canadian Inuit print of muskoxen
        May. 11, 2022

        Stone-cut Canadian Inuit print of muskoxen

        Est: $100 - $200

        Stone-cut Canadian Inuit print of muskoxen by well-listed Agnes Nanogak (1925-2001). An early Holman Co-op print, Northwest Territories, c. 1970, site 6 1/2" x 8 1/2, frame measures  10 1/2" x 13". Competitive in-house shipping is available for this lot.

        Pook & Pook Inc.
      • 2pcs: Harry Egootak & Agnes Nanogak, 2 stencils on burlap, Inuk Dancer & Mother Owl and Her Owletes
        Nov. 28, 2021

        2pcs: Harry Egootak & Agnes Nanogak, 2 stencils on burlap, Inuk Dancer & Mother Owl and Her Owletes

        Est: $160 - $180

        Two stencilled pieces on burlap, one depicts an Inuk dancer, the other is a mother owl returning to her owletes in the nest. Harry Egootak was an Ulukhaktok (Holman), NT-based artist who was involved in the early days of printmaking in Holman in the 1960s. Egotak worked with the co-op as a printmaker until the late 1980s. Known for her energetic and colourful depictions of traditional Inuit myths and legends, Agnes Nanogak was a prominent contributor to every print collection published by the Holman artists' co-operative since 1967. Stylistically, her works are characterized by their bold colors, fluid lines, and nervous energy.

She is one of Holman’s most prominent and prolific artists, having contributed a total of about one hundred forty images to twenty annual print collections since 1967, when her artistic career began. Agnes Nanogak illustrated 2 books of Inuit stories, Tales from the Igloo, edited and translated by Maurice Metayer (1972), and More Tales from the Igloo, which she also wrote (1986). In 1985 she received an honorary degree from Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • 2pcs: Agnes Nanogak, 2 stencils on burlap, Polar Bear Attack & Mother Owl and Owletes
        Nov. 28, 2021

        2pcs: Agnes Nanogak, 2 stencils on burlap, Polar Bear Attack & Mother Owl and Owletes

        Est: $160 - $180

        Two stencilled pieces on burlap, one depicts a polar bear attack, the other is a mother owl returning to her owletes in the nest. Known for her energetic and colourful depictions of traditional Inuit myths and legends, Agnes Nanogak was a prominent contributor to every print collection published by the Holman artists' co-operative since 1967. Stylistically, her works are characterized by their bold colors, fluid lines, and nervous energy. She is one of Holman’s most prominent and prolific artists, having contributed a total of about one hundred forty images to twenty annual print collections since 1967, when her artistic career began. Agnes Nanogak illustrated 2 books of Inuit stories, Tales from the Igloo, edited and translated by Maurice Metayer (1972), and More Tales from the Igloo, which she also wrote (1986). In 1985 she received an honorary degree from Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • 2 pcs: Agnes Nanogak, Mona Ohoveluk, 2 stencils on burlap, Travelling Over Ice & Mother Owl and Her Owletes
        Nov. 28, 2021

        2 pcs: Agnes Nanogak, Mona Ohoveluk, 2 stencils on burlap, Travelling Over Ice & Mother Owl and Her Owletes

        Est: $160 - $180

        Two stencilled pieces on burlap, one depicts two Inuit travelling over ice , one with a kayak on his back. The other is a mother owl returning to her owletes in the nest. Known for her energetic and colourful depictions of traditional Inuit myths and legends, Agnes Nanogak was a prominent contributor to every print collection published by the Holman artists' co-operative since 1967. Stylistically, her works are characterized by their bold colors, fluid lines, and nervous energy.

She is one of Holman’s most prominent and prolific artists, having contributed a total of about one hundred forty images to twenty annual print collections since 1967, when her artistic career began. Agnes Nanogak illustrated 2 books of Inuit stories, Tales from the Igloo, edited and translated by Maurice Metayer (1972), and More Tales from the Igloo, which she also wrote (1986). In 1985 she received an honorary degree from Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax. Mona Ohoveluk was born in 1935 at Rymer Point on the west coast of Victoria Island. She is the granddaughter of Charlie Keengenberg, a Danish trader and explorer who settled in the Arctic to live the life of the Inuit. A very talented artist, Ohoveluk draws mostly late in the evenings or during the night when her children are asleep. She has the gift of reviving with extraordinary reality scenes of hunting and enjoys drawing difficult compositions.”
 —from “Holman Prints”, 1977 (annual collection catalogue)
 Part of the Holman printmakers series (1968-1991)

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Agnes Nanogak (Inuit, b. Ulukhaktok (Holman), Northwest Territories, 1925-2001) “Tipagop Kagningani”
        Sep. 29, 2021

        Agnes Nanogak (Inuit, b. Ulukhaktok (Holman), Northwest Territories, 1925-2001) “Tipagop Kagningani”

        Est: $250 - $350

        Agnes Nanogak (Inuit, b. Ulukhaktok (Holman), Northwest Territories, 1925-2001) “Tipagop Kagningani”, stencil on paper, ed. 3/47, 1988. Printer: Mary Okheena. Signed. Unframed.

        Peter Estey Fine Art & Auctions
      • Agnes Nanogak (Inuit 1925-2001) Proud Mother
        Jul. 16, 2021

        Agnes Nanogak (Inuit 1925-2001) Proud Mother

        Est: $200 - $400

        Agnes Nanogak (Inuit 1925-2001) Proud Mother block print on paper identified lower margin "Eskimo Western Arctic 1972" Editioned 19/50 paper embossed "HOLMAN" 18 x 24"

        Merrill's Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • Agnes Nanogak (Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, 1925-2001), Untitled Stonecut Print
        Feb. 08, 2021

        Agnes Nanogak (Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, 1925-2001), Untitled Stonecut Print

        Est: $50 - $75

        Inuit stonecut print on rice paper, circa 1970s. Part of a miniprints series from Ulukhaktok (formerly Holman) Northwest Territories. Unframed.

        Peter Estey Fine Art & Auctions
      • Agnes Nanogak ''Hunger'' 1974 Stonecut Print
        Oct. 08, 2020

        Agnes Nanogak ''Hunger'' 1974 Stonecut Print

        Est: $200 - $400

        Agnes Nanogak (1925-2001 Inuit) ''Hunger'' 1974 Stonecut Print 19''x28.5'' Sight. Pencil titled and numbered 43 of 50 edition lower margin. Gallery framed 26''x35''. Excellent condition with strong colors.

        MBA Seattle Auction LLC
      • Agnes Nanogak, 19 3/4 x 25 1/2 in. (50.2 x 64.8 cm)
        Jul. 24, 2020

        Agnes Nanogak, 19 3/4 x 25 1/2 in. (50.2 x 64.8 cm)

        Est: $100 - $150

        Agnes Nanogak, Holman Island, Shaman's Fighting, stencil #5/50, signed and dated 85'. 19 3/4 x 25 1/2 in. (50.2 x 64.8 cm)

        Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
      • AGNES NANOGAK - Two Owls and Nest
        May. 16, 2020

        AGNES NANOGAK - Two Owls and Nest

        Est: $100 - $160

        AGNES NANOGAK (Canadian Inuit, 1925-2001) "Two Owls and Nest" 1984 - Hand-coloured lithograph on paper 11/50. Signed lower right, titled and editioned lower centre, dated lower left, unframed. 11 x 15 in.

        Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
      • AGNES NANOGAK - Untitled - Owls
        May. 16, 2020

        AGNES NANOGAK - Untitled - Owls

        Est: $200 - $300

        AGNES NANOGAK (Canadian Inuit, 1925-2001) "Untitled - Owls" - Stonecut on burlap. Signed lower right, unframed. 28 x 12 in.

        Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
      • Agnes Nanogak - Orphan with Raven Spirit, 1999 50.5 x 64.5 cm
        Dec. 05, 2019

        Agnes Nanogak - Orphan with Raven Spirit, 1999 50.5 x 64.5 cm

        Est: $100 - $200

        Agnes Nanogak Orphan with Raven Spirit, 1999 screenprint, ed. P/P 50.5 x 64.5 cm signed lower right

        Lawsons
      • Agnes Nanogak Goose, Owl Family
        Nov. 27, 2019

        Agnes Nanogak Goose, Owl Family

        Est: $70 - $90

        Known for her energetic and colourful depictions of traditional Inuit myths and legends, Agnes Nanogak was a prominent contributor to every print collection published by the Holman artists' co-operative since 1967. In 1937 Agnes Nanogak made her home in Holman, NWT, where she married William Goose, raised seven children and developed her artistic career. Her narrative prints and drawings evoked a rich variety of stories reflecting the Alaskan roots of her father, (William Natkutsiak, who came from Alaska to the Canadian Arctic as a guide for explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson) and the Mackenzie Delta/Copper Eskimo culture of her mother and husband. Nanogak’s fascination with Aesop-like animal tales, stories of shamans, and myths has been a constant throughout her career. Stylistically, her works are characterized by their bold colors, fluid lines, and nervous energy. She is one of Holman’s most prominent and prolific artists, having contributed a total of about one hundred forty images to twenty annual print collections since 1967, when her artistic career began. Agnes Nanogak illustrated 2 books of Inuit stories, Tales from the Igloo, edited and translated by Maurice Metayer (1972), and More Tales from the Igloo, which she also wrote (1986). In 1985 she received an honorary degree from Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Nanogak Goose, Agnes - Sniffing on a Sealhole - 1968
        Oct. 29, 2019

        Nanogak Goose, Agnes - Sniffing on a Sealhole - 1968

        Est: $150 - $250

        Nanogak Goose, Agnes (1925-2001) Sniffing on a Sealhole (1968) Gravure de pierre sur papier, signée et datée en bas à droite Nanogak 1968 Stone cut etching on paper, signed and dated on lower right Nanogak 1968 17 1/2" x 23 1/2" - 44.45 x 59.69 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
      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), OLD COUPLE, stonecut (framed), 16 x 22 in — 40.6 x 55.9 cm
        Aug. 30, 2018

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), OLD COUPLE, stonecut (framed), 16 x 22 in — 40.6 x 55.9 cm

        Est: $150 - $200

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), W2-473, HOLMANOLD COUPLEstonecut, 1974, 28/50, framed, sight16 x 22 in — 40.6 x 55.9 cmEstimate: $150—200

        Waddington's
      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001) AND LOUIE NIGIYOK (1960-), RAVEN’S WIFE, COLOUR ETCHING; SIGNED, TITLED, NUMBERED 31/35 AND DATED 1989 (Plate, 9.5” x 11.5”) (Sheet, 14.8” x 18.3”) UNFRAMED
        Feb. 01, 2018

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001) AND LOUIE NIGIYOK (1960-), RAVEN’S WIFE, COLOUR ETCHING; SIGNED, TITLED, NUMBERED 31/35 AND DATED 1989 (Plate, 9.5” x 11.5”) (Sheet, 14.8” x 18.3”) UNFRAMED

        Est: $80 - $120

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001) AND LOUIE NIGIYOK (1960-) RAVEN’S WIFECOLOUR ETCHING; SIGNED, TITLED, NUMBERED 31/35 AND DATED 1989 (Plate, 9.5” x 11.5”) (Sheet, 14.8” x 18.3”) UNFRAMEDEstimate: $80—120

        Waddington's
      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), HAPPY MUSK-OXEN, stonecut and stencil (framed), 20 x 30 in — 50.8 x 76.2 cm
        Jan. 25, 2018

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), HAPPY MUSK-OXEN, stonecut and stencil (framed), 20 x 30 in — 50.8 x 76.2 cm

        Est: $300 - $500

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), W2-473, HOLMANHAPPY MUSK-OXENstonecut and stencil, 1977, 24/50, framed20 x 30 in — 50.8 x 76.2 cmEstimate: $300—500

        Waddington's
      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), CRANE AND SUN, stonecut (unframed), 30 x 20 in — 76.2 x 50.8 cm
        Nov. 23, 2017

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), CRANE AND SUN, stonecut (unframed), 30 x 20 in — 76.2 x 50.8 cm

        Est: $200 - $400

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), W2-473, HOLMANCRANE AND SUNstonecut, 1974, 21/50, unframed30 x 20 in — 76.2 x 50.8 cmEstimate: $200—400

        Waddington's
      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), HUNGER, stonecut (unframed), 20 x 30 in — 50.8 x 76.2 cm
        Nov. 23, 2017

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), HUNGER, stonecut (unframed), 20 x 30 in — 50.8 x 76.2 cm

        Est: $200 - $400

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), W2-473, HOLMANHUNGERstonecut, 1974, 13/50, unframed20 x 30 in — 50.8 x 76.2 cmEstimate: $200—400

        Waddington's
      • NANOGAK/OHAVLUK (INDIGENOUS), WHALING FROM AN UMIAK, COLOUR STENCIL; SIGNED, TITLED, NUMBERED 27/50 AND DATED HOLMAN ‘82 (Image, 16” x 19”) (Frame size, 25.8” x 31”) Note: no glass, but shrink wrapped.
        Oct. 05, 2017

        NANOGAK/OHAVLUK (INDIGENOUS), WHALING FROM AN UMIAK, COLOUR STENCIL; SIGNED, TITLED, NUMBERED 27/50 AND DATED HOLMAN ‘82 (Image, 16” x 19”) (Frame size, 25.8” x 31”) Note: no glass, but shrink wrapped.

        Est: $100 - $125

        NANOGAK/OHAVLUK (INDIGENOUS)WHALING FROM AN UMIAKCOLOUR STENCIL; SIGNED, TITLED, NUMBERED 27/50 AND DATED HOLMAN ‘82 (Image, 16” x 19”) (Frame size, 25.8” x 31”) Note: no glass, but shrink wrapped.Estimate: $100—125

        Waddington's
      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), RAVENS WIFE, etching (framed), 15" x 18" — 38.1 x 45.7 cm.
        Aug. 31, 2017

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), RAVENS WIFE, etching (framed), 15" x 18" — 38.1 x 45.7 cm.

        Est: $200 - $400

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), W2-473, HOLMANRAVENS WIFEetching, 1999, 18/35, framed15" x 18" — 38.1 x 45.7 cm.Estimate: $200—400

        Waddington's
      • AGNES NANOGAK (INDIGENOUS, 1925-2001), EAGLES, STONECUT; SIGNED, TITLED, NUMBERED 5/49 AND DATED 1968 IN PENCIL (Sheet, 17.8” x 24”)
        Aug. 31, 2017

        AGNES NANOGAK (INDIGENOUS, 1925-2001), EAGLES, STONECUT; SIGNED, TITLED, NUMBERED 5/49 AND DATED 1968 IN PENCIL (Sheet, 17.8” x 24”)

        Est: $100 - $125

        AGNES NANOGAK (INDIGENOUS, 1925-2001) EAGLESSTONECUT; SIGNED, TITLED, NUMBERED 5/49 AND DATED 1968 IN PENCIL (Sheet, 17.8” x 24”)Estimate: $100—125

        Waddington's
      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), BEAR AND SEAL, felt-tip drawing (unframed), 17.75" x 23.75" — 45.1 x 60.3 cm.
        Jun. 01, 2017

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), BEAR AND SEAL, felt-tip drawing (unframed), 17.75" x 23.75" — 45.1 x 60.3 cm.

        Est: -

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), W2-473, HOLMANBEAR AND SEALfelt-tip drawing, unframed17.75" x 23.75" — 45.1 x 60.3 cm.Estimate: $300—500

        Waddington's
      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), WOMAN WITH STONE LAMP, etching (framed), 11.75" x 13.5" — 29.8 x 34.3 cm.
        Mar. 30, 2017

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), WOMAN WITH STONE LAMP, etching (framed), 11.75" x 13.5" — 29.8 x 34.3 cm.

        Est: -

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), W2-473, HOLMANWOMAN WITH STONE LAMPetching, 1999, 4/35, framed11.75" x 13.5" — 29.8 x 34.3 cm.Estimate: $100—200

        Waddington's
      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001)ESKIMO GAMEstonecut1969, 37/50, 18" x 24" — 45.7 x 61 cmTogether with:MONA OHOVELUK (1935-), A Trap for Death, 1970, 22/50each unframed 15.25" x 24" — 38.7 x 61 cm.; 18.25" x 24" — 46.4 x 61 cm.Estimate: $200—400
        Feb. 02, 2017

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001)ESKIMO GAMEstonecut1969, 37/50, 18" x 24" — 45.7 x 61 cmTogether with:MONA OHOVELUK (1935-), A Trap for Death, 1970, 22/50each unframed 15.25" x 24" — 38.7 x 61 cm.; 18.25" x 24" — 46.4 x 61 cm.Estimate: $200—400

        Est: -

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), ESKIMO GAME, stonecut, each unframed 15.25" x 24" — 38.7 x 61 cm.; 18.25" x 24" — 46.4 x 61 cm. (2 Pieces)

        Waddington's
      • Agnes Nanogak Goose (Canadian, 1925-2001) Four Stone Cuts
        Jan. 16, 2017

        Agnes Nanogak Goose (Canadian, 1925-2001) Four Stone Cuts

        Est: $250 - $350

        Four prints, depicting two birds fighting, children kneeling, figures dancing and a figure with fish.

        Locati LLC
      • Nanogak (Agnes) - Famished Owlets (+ two others)
        Oct. 27, 2016

        Nanogak (Agnes) - Famished Owlets (+ two others)

        Est: £200 - £300

        woodcut, overall size 450 x 600mm., signed, titled and dated in pencil, numbered 25/40, on japon paper, with full margins, 1967; together with one woodcut by Hnizdovsky, signed, titled and dated in pencil, numbered 47/100, on japon paper, with full margins, 1972; and one etching by another hand, signed in pencil, numbered 27/250, on wove paper, with full margins (3)

        Dreweatts 1759
      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), STRATAGEM, stonecut (framed), 17" x 22" — 43.2 x 55.9 cm.
        Sep. 15, 2016

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), STRATAGEM, stonecut (framed), 17" x 22" — 43.2 x 55.9 cm.

        Est: -

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), W2-473, HOLMAN / ULUKHAKTOKSTRATAGEMstonecut, 1973, 3/50, framed, sight17" x 22" — 43.2 x 55.9 cm.Literature:Sandra Barz, Inuit Artists Print Workbook, Volume 3, Book 2: Print Documentation, p. 393Note:Stratagem is the only catalogue graphic Nanogak printed herself. Nanogak was encouraged to try this aspect of the print making process by Father Henri Tardy, a priest who ran the Catholic mission at Holman from 1949 to the early 1980s.Estimate: $150—250

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      • "Cranes, Holman Series" Stonecut
        Jan. 06, 2016

        "Cranes, Holman Series" Stonecut

        Est: $100 - $150

        Agnes Nanogak Goose, Inuk, 1925-2001, "Cranes, Holman Series", 1966, stonecut, signed, dated, titled, with blindstamp and lower right,(CELA5401) Dimensions:sight 11.5" x 15"; framed 22.5" x 25.5" Condition:Some creasing, otherwise good condition

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      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), OWL OVER HATCHLINGS, felt tip drawing (unframed), 18" x 24" — 45.7 x 61 cm.
        Oct. 22, 2015

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), OWL OVER HATCHLINGS, felt tip drawing (unframed), 18" x 24" — 45.7 x 61 cm.

        Est: -

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), W2-473, HOLMANOWL OVER HATCHLINGSfelt tip drawing, 1973, signed in Roman, condition noted, unframed18" x 24" — 45.7 x 61 cm.Estimate: $300—500

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      • Agnes Nanogak Goose, "Cranes, Holman Series"
        Sep. 10, 2015

        Agnes Nanogak Goose, "Cranes, Holman Series"

        Est: $100 - $150

        Agnes Nanogak Goose, Inuk, 1925-2001, "Cranes, Holman Series", 1966, stonecut, signed, dated, titled, with blindstamp and lower right, sight 11.5" x 15"; framed 22.5" x 25.5" Please view our Terminology page to learn how we define terms such as Attributed to, In the manner of, Style, etc.

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      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-), COUPLE DANCING, stonecut (unframed), 18" x 24" — 45.7 x 61 cm.
        Jul. 09, 2015

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-), COUPLE DANCING, stonecut (unframed), 18" x 24" — 45.7 x 61 cm.

        Est: -

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-), W2-473, HOLMANCOUPLE DANCINGstonecut, 1967, 47/51, unframed18" x 24" — 45.7 x 61 cm.Estimate: $200—300

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      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), UNTITLED (THE WHALE AND THE HUNTER’S WIFE), felt tip drawing (unframed), 18.75" x 23.75" — 47.6 x 60.3 cm.
        Apr. 30, 2015

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), UNTITLED (THE WHALE AND THE HUNTER’S WIFE), felt tip drawing (unframed), 18.75" x 23.75" — 47.6 x 60.3 cm.

        Est: -

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), W2-473, HOLMANUNTITLED (THE WHALE AND THE HUNTER’S WIFE)felt tip drawing, signed in Roman, unframed18.75" x 23.75" — 47.6 x 60.3 cm.Provenance:Acquired directly from the artist by the vendor c. 1983 during his travels to Holman Island. Here, he was under the tour guidance of Wallace Goose, Nanogak’s husband.Note:These original drawings were not initially meant for sale. Rather, their purpose was intended to accompany the story of Nanogak’s 1986 publication More Tales from the Igloo. An account of the story, provided to the vendor via Nanogak and translated by Rex Goose is as follows:A man went hunting on the sea with his wife but it became dead calm and they were stranded. His wife braided her long hair and waved and soon a whale came and pushed them to shore. When the husband left, the whale turned into a man and came ashore and made love to the wife. The husband became suspicious of his wife not wanting to look good and making love to him. The husband pretended to go hunting but he hid and watched the whale come ashore, turn into a man and visit his wife. The husband made a big knife and told the wife he was going hunting, but instead he hid. The whale came again and his wife met him in her new skins. When the whale turned into a man the hunter went into the water and stabbed the whale/man. The whale man ran out of the water bleeding and turned back and into a whale and was killed on the beach. The hunter’s wife was happy to see all the food and they cut up the whale and buried what they could not eat on the beach. One day a kayak with a skin sail came and a man asked about his son. The husband and wife did not want to tell because they knew this was the whale/man’s father. The kayak man said, “If you tell the truth it will be OK, but, if not, he would tilt his paddle and cause an earth quake. They didn’t tell and the kayakman tipped his paddle in the sea the earth almost turned over. He asked again and still they did not tell, so he tipped his paddle and the earth tipped over.Estimate: $400—600

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      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), UNTITLED (THE DYING SHAMAN), felt tip drawing (unframed), 18.75" x 23.75" — 47.6 x 60.3 cm. (2 Pieces)
        Apr. 30, 2015

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), UNTITLED (THE DYING SHAMAN), felt tip drawing (unframed), 18.75" x 23.75" — 47.6 x 60.3 cm. (2 Pieces)

        Est: -

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), W2-473, HOLMANUNTITLED (THE DYING SHAMAN)felt tip drawing, signed in Roman, unframed18.75" x 23.75" — 47.6 x 60.3 cm.Provenance:Acquired directly from the artist by the vendor c. 1983 during his travels to Holman Island. Here, he was under the tour guidance of Wallace Goose, Nanogak’s husband.Note:These original drawings were not initially meant for sale. Rather, their purpose was intended to accompany the story of Nanogak’s 1986 publication More Tales from the Igloo. An account of the story, provided to the vendor via Nanogak and translated by Wallace Goose is as follows:In the village there was a good man who always helped poor people, gave them food and helped his neighbours. When he became sick he went to a shaman to help him get well. The shaman made a medicine for him with mud and water but they were not mixed right and he was told by the shaman to swallow anyway. After he swallowed he took five drips of burning bear fat. The next day he got worse. He knew he was dying. And that the shaman was killing him because he was jealous of his good reputation. The man said that when he was dying he would become a polar bear. He told his wife if he died to put on his fancy parka. When he died she did as he asked put his bear parka in his grave. After five days she went to watch his grave and saw smoke come out and then a half polar bear/half man came out. He killed the shaman and kept killing other men so his brother-in-law threw a rock into his cave and said he shouldn’t kill anymore. It was a charmed rock and the bear/man never came back again. (Old people used to keep a crossed stick to keep the shaman away.)Estimate: $400—600

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      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), FAMISHED OWLETS, stonecut (unframed), 18" x 24" - 45.7 x 61 cm.
        Feb. 26, 2015

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), FAMISHED OWLETS, stonecut (unframed), 18" x 24" - 45.7 x 61 cm.

        Est: -

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), W2-473, HOLMANFAMISHED OWLETSstonecut, 1967, 36/40, condition noted, unframed18" x 24" - 45.7 x 61 cm.Estimate: $100-200

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      • AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), EGGS, stonecut (framed), 13.5" x 20" - 34.3 x 50.8 cm.
        Jan. 29, 2015

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), EGGS, stonecut (framed), 13.5" x 20" - 34.3 x 50.8 cm.

        Est: -

        AGNES NANOGAK (1925-2001), W2-473, HOLMANEGGSstonecut, 1970, 35/50, framed, sight13.5" x 20" - 34.3 x 50.8 cm.Estimate: $100-200

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