VINTAGE 10" Face by Paulausie Tuluktook *Milton*

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Paulausie Tuluktook

$1,480.00 CAD

Inuit Art: Face
Inuit Artist: Paulausie Tuluktook (1947-2003)
Size: 10" high, 9" wide, 1.5" deep
Community: Baker Lake, NU 4/24
Medium: Stone, muskox horn (eyes)
id: WL-bjjy

** This Item is Eligible for our 0% Interest Layaway Plan.

The face is perhaps the most important human art object.

As humans, we constantly monitor the faces of the people who surround us because our face provides vital clues to our likes or dislikes, our complex emotions, our identity and our age.

Have you ever talked to someone on the phone and then met them in person?

Did your initial impression match their face?

Faces are invaluable in determining the ethnicity of the person.

What ethnicity is Milton?

I love Milton's gregarious face, with his full lips, large lower face and muskox horn eyes.

Did Tuluktook carve him realistically OR is he/she a composition of features?

Has Tuluktook used his artistic licence  to carve this beguiling character?

Paul Tuluktook was one of four Inuit carvers who travelled to Osaka, Japan to carve works at the Canadian Pavilion at Expo '70. 


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