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SLU Digital CollectionNorth of Sixty: Canadian Inuit Prints and Drawings
Title-DescriptivePolar bear with two dogs
CreatorPootoogook, Kananginak
Creator-BiographyCanadian, 1935-2010
Style-PeriodInuit (Canadian Arctic Native styles)
Origin-Geographic Location (TGN)Canada, Nunavut
Classgraphic arts
Format-Mediumcrayon and graphite on paper
Dimensions20 x 26 in. (paper)
Description"Today polar bears and dogs tend to be friendly with each other. This bear and dogs are making noises together." -- verso
Keywordsnature, humor
SubjectInuit art; Inuit drawing; polar bears; dogs; animals in art; art -- Canada -- themes, motives
Subject-Geographic Location (TGN)Canada: Cape Dorset, Nunavut
SLU ID#2007.48
Image File Namexlm_g_pc_pootoogook_kananginak_2007_48_se.tif
OwnerRichard F. Brush Art Gallery, St. Lawrence University
RightsPlease see
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