Museum Quality 8.25" Eagle with Fish by Pitseolak Qimirpik

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Inuit art: Eagle with Fish
Inuit Artist: Pitseolak Qimirpik
Size: 8.25" (wings spread), 6.5" high (from bottom to top), 4.5" wide. Weight: 15.8 oz
Community: Kimmirut
Stone: Serpentine 

Museum quality piece!

This particular eagle has stunningly beautiful colour! The best colour I've seen in eagles by Pits.
Don't miss your chance! Very rare!

Extremely rare eagle by Canada's most world renowned Inuit artists - Pitseolak (Pits) Qimirpik from Kimmirut. Pits Qimirpik has numerous prize winning pieces on an international scale. All of his birds (he is also famous for owls) sell for extremely high prices. His works can be found in Canada's national art collection in Ottawa.

To give a brief overview of this sculpture, this spectacular piece flows from tip to toe. The lines and proportions are immaculate. The polish and color are distinguished and breathtaking. It is these features that make Pitseolak the most famous Inuit artist on the planet. His owls and eagles are collected in Ottawa's national museum of fine arts. He is among the 3 elite Inuit artists in Canada and has exhibitions that have toured all over the world. His birds are valued very highly.

This carving is in perfect condition, brand new. No chips, cracks, scratches or any other defects. 100% mint condition!


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