Here are several Inuit art drawings from the late '50s through to the early '70s.
Here are two versions of 'Mother Bird' by Lucy Qinnuayuak from 1970.
Inuit artists often produce drawings that depict Arctic life including this one showing annual seasonal relocations called 'Summer Migration' by Jamasie Teevee in 1966.
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In addition to Arctic life, Inuit artists also do paintings and drawings of Inuit legends such as 'Man Carried To The Moon' by Mangitok in 1959 shown below.
Birds are a common subject of Inuit art drawings such as the one below simply called 'Seagulls' by Helen Kalvak in 1967.
Below is an Inuit drawing called 'Joyfully I See 10 Caribou' by Pootoogook in 1959 which is obviously the expression of an Inuit hunter upon sighting game.
Finally, another Inuit drawing depicting a scene from another Inuit legend. This one is called 'Legend of the Blind Man and the Bear' by Kananginak Pootoogook and Pootoogook in 1959 (probably a joint project by two relatives).
Inuit artists are producing some stunning Inuit art these days. Imagine displaying such a piece in your home. See Inuit sculptures or Inuit art print drawings at very affordable online prices at Free Spirit Gallery.
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