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Artist / Maker : Ullulaq, Jodus
Title : Untitled (Sculpture)
Date (Execution) : 1984
Geographical Origin : Taloyoak, Nunavut, Canada
Cultural Group : Inuit
Style / Period :
Medium / Material  : Whale bone; Ivory
Support / Technique : Carved
Object Type : carvings (visual works); figurines
Visual Description : One large bird, like eagle with wings outstretched and beak open and two smaller birds resembling owls or ptarmigan, all of whalebone. Each has an ivory peg extending from it so that it can be inserted into the holes drilled into the whale.
Accession # : U994.24.7
Width (cm) : 11.00
Height (cm) : 16.00
Depth (cm) : 7.00
Mandatory Credit : Gift of Mrs. Josephine Berthier
Artist Statement :