Lucy Tasseor Tutsweetok (Nunavut, Manitoba, Alberta / Canada, 1934 - 2012) "Mother and Children" Large Stone Carving. Originally purchased from Marion Scott Gallery (Vancouver BC). Comes with original documentation. Provenance: Important Private New York City collection. According to the Canadian Heritage Information Network* and individual museum sources, her works are in the permanent collections of the Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto), Canada Council Art Bank (Ottawa, Ontario), Canadian Museum of History [formerly Canadian Museum of Civilization] (Gatineau, Quebec), Carleton University Art Gallery (Ottawa, Ontario), MacKenzie Art Gallery (Regina, Saskatchewan), McMichael Canadian Art Collection (Kleinburg, Ontario), Museum of Anthropology (University of British Columbia, Vancouver), Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre (Yellowknife, Northwest Territories), Quebec Museum of Fine Arts (Quebec City), Winnipeg Art Gallery* (Manitoba), and the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa).
Height: 10.75 x 9 x 5 in.
Approx. Weight: 24 lbs
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