Enookie Akulukjuk (1943–2006 ) - Signed & Framed 1984 Misc, Cooking Inuit
A fine stencil print in the classic Pangnirtung style that Akulukjuk was known for using.
The artwork is signed and inscribed in graphite.
Well presented in a wood frame with a double mount board and glazing.On wove.
In fine condition.
36.5 x 46cm (14.4" x 18.1")Framed Size: 54 x 63cm (21.3" x 24.8")
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Enookie Akulukjuk was a prolific Inuit printmaker from Pangnirtung, Nunavut, Canada. Son of Malaya Akulukjuk, one of Pangnirtung’s most famous artists, he resided in Pangnirtung since 1964. Enookie was among the first printmakers to take up the art after it was introduced in Pangnirtung in the early 1970s. His early printmaking experiences were in the medium of silkscreen. Over the years he also produced a number of beautiful etchings, mastering this technique that utilizes copper and zinc plates. Ultimately, Enookie became a specialist in stencil printing, or pochoir, a technique that he enjoyed for its easy handling and simplicity of design. His stencil prints are characterized by a high level of technical virtuosity, demonstrating smooth, even brush work, softly blended colours, and a level of mastery that he achieved through over thirty years of printmaking experience.
As with most of the Pangnirtung printmakers, many of Enookie’s prints are interpretations of original drawings produced by various community artists, including his wife's.
|Artist||Enookie Akulukjuk (1943–2006 )|
|Dimensions||36.5 x 46cm|
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