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Stone and bone sculpture of two sea creatures mounted on two opposing arcs of bone
Lumaaq Story (1992), by Looty Pijamini, from the exhibition Arctic Art Masterworks: Selections from the Balshine Collection of Sculpture by Inuit, Vancouver: Arctic Art Museum Ltd., 1998
Source: Arctic art masterworks : selections from the Balshine Collection of Sculpture by Inuit
Vancouver : Arctic Art Museum Ltd., c1998. -- [24] p. : chiefly col. ill., 1 map ; 28 cm. -- ISBN 0968407900. -- P. [12]
© Looty Pijamini. Reproduced with the permission of Looty Pijamini.