Item 2010.001.010 - Figures with sled, low relief

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Figures with sled, low relief

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  • [ca.1990] (Creation)

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1 sculpture : stone, grey ; 17.5 x 22.5 cm

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Flat, grey stone carved in very low relief on both recto and verso, decorated with figures in profile wearing parkas. One figure is pulling a sled with another figure seated.

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Etched on bottom: 3 25343 and a copyright symbol with the letters IVU. Handwritten in red ink, overtop of the carving: 21942-28. A sticker with an igloo cartoon has also been adhered to the bottom. Known as "The Igloo Tag", this is part of the Government of Canada verification program meant to distinguish original Canadian Inuit art from imitations.

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