Daniel Inukpuk is active/lives in Quebec / Canada. Daniel Inukpuk is known for Inuit culture, carving, printmaking, action-story drawing.
Photo courtesy of the Inuit Art Foundation.
Biography Daniel Inukpuk
Daniel Inukpuk (1942) (1)
A prominent Inuit carver, printmaker, and draftsman, Daniel Inukpuk (aka: Upatitsiak Inukpuk) was born in Sarollie's camp, near Inukjuak, Quebec, and raised in Inukjuak (aka: Port Harrison or Inoucdjouac), where his family settled in the early 1950s, and where he lives today (2013). Inukpuk's works have been included in numerous major exhibitions. Examples of his carvings and prints are in the permanent collections of several important museums including the National Gallery of Canada and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, which has three of his prints in its permanent collection and illustrated online.
"The children's mother went to get some wood so they could boil the hunter and
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