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Umayuluk, 1970

Pudlo Pudlat
Canadian (Inuit), 1916 - 1992
stonecut on laid japan paper
Printed by Iyola Kingwatsiak
43.5 x 62 cm
Gift of Sheila Troy, Penticton, British Columbia, 1994, in memory of Orval J.T. Troy
National Gallery of Canada (no. 37739)
© West Baffin Eskimo Co-operative Ltd.

"Umayuluk" means "big living creature" or "big animal." Onto the massive, shaggy body of a musk-ox, Pudlo has attached the antlers and tail of a caribou.

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