Eskimo Woman Transformed into a Sea Gull (1969). Rare and Valuable Inuit Eskimo Print marked as print 27 out of 30. Its on delicate rice paper measuring approx. 14 inches by 15 inches.There small pieces of tape along the top that will be hidden once matted and framed. It also has syllabic Inuit writing along the bottom indicating the title and the artist.
Feel free to google the title/artist to confirm. It will be gently rolled and mailed in a tube.
Through their prints the often speak to us of legends and ancient mystical happenings, of great inland journeys. They reveal themselves to us. They show us a very old system of viewing and creating things. Powerful thoughts have existed in their arts and crafts and songs and legends for thousands of years. These thoughts and ideas were the only things these nomads could carry with them on the long trek Asia to the wilderness o the Artic America, the lasting gifts they could give their children.The prints, like stone carvings, are important to Eskimos at this time. The prints speak of the whole Eskimo approach to life and death. James Houston, ESKIMO PRINTS, 1967. The item "Fine Eskimo Inuit Art Print 1969 Amittu Rare # 27 of 30 Original" is in sale since Wednesday, July 13, 2016. This item is in the category "Art\Fine Art Prints". The seller is "mirmy24" and is located in Vancouver, British Columbia. This item can be shipped to Canada, United States.