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four figures standing behind an oblong element decorated with or holding fish beneath a suspended fishing line. 
Pudlo Pudlat;Inuit;Kinngait (Native American;Canadian;Inuit (Canadian Arctic Native style))
Fish Line
1965
Museum purchase made possible by the Power Family Program for Inuit Art
2019/2.8
A woman wearing a blue shirt beneath a white coat is in front of a window. Through the window, viewers can see a snowy landscape with a blue house and electrical wires. 
Annie Pootoogook;Inuit (Inuit (Canadian Arctic Native style);Canadian)
A Friend Visits
2008
Museum purchase made possible by the Power Family Program for Inuit Art
2019/2.10

Inuit
Four-faced Sculpture
Gift of the Lewis Estate in memory of Professor Donald J. Lewis and Mrs. Carolyn Dana Lewis
2019/2.102
Hunter and seal carved from a single stone. The hunter wears a hooded coat and leans over the seal with a knife.
Inuit
Hunter
20th century
Gift of Cassandra M. Klyman, M.D.
2016/2.4

Kwakwa̱ka̱’wakw;Inuit
Spoon with Carved Handle
Gift of Prof. and Mrs. Horace M. Miner
1983/2.206

Inuit
Walrus
20th century
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene B. Power
1961/1.164

Inuit
Knife with engraved pictographic decorations
1875 – 1885
Gift of Denise Miner Stanford
1984/1.255

Tivi Ilisituk;Inuit;Salluit
Walrus Hunter
1960s
Gift of Arthur and Catherine B. Adel
1979/2.140
A small spear with a wooden handle and a long strand of sinew or baleen. The handle fits into the hole in the hand of the Hunter figure. 
Edwin Weyiouanna;Inuit
Spear for Hunter
Gift of Sidney C. Kleinman
2019/2.142B
A carving of a seal lying on its side made from green stone with light green flecks and brown veins. 
Sharkee;Inuit
Seal Lying Down
Gift of Sidney C. Kleinman
2019/2.149
A small carving of a dead seal lying on its back. There is a wooden peg on the bottom that attaches it to the kayak base of Man with Seal in Kayak. 
Shoo Niiglak;Inuit
Man with Seal in Kayak (Figure of Seal)
Gift of Sidney C. Kleinman
2019/2.157B
A large standing sculpture of a drummer with his face framed by a hood. The sculpture is wider at the top and narrower at the bottom. There are holes carved where his eyebrows would be and at the cuffs and hem of his parka. 
Tony Weyiouanna;Inuit
Drummer (Figure)
Gift of Sidney C. Kleinman
2019/2.180A
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