Hunter One Arm Up 011

Artist: Thomas Sevoga
Region: Baker Lake
Material: Basalte
Dimensions:

Height: 7.5 ”

Width: 4 ”

Depth: 3 “

The Inuit hunted seals, whales, and other sea mammals, especially in the winter. In the summer they moved inland to fish and hunt. They followed great herds of caribou, killing large numbers for food and using their hides for clothing.

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