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NANOOQ INUIT ART
Canada’s online Inuit art gallery
Curating the finest Inuit Art
Welcome to Nanooq Inuit Art – Canada’s online Inuit art gallery. Whether you are a new collector or you already have an established collection, we hope to inspire you to further your love of Inuit art from Kinngait Studios in Cape Dorset, Nunavut. We regularly refresh our collection so check back often. We ship worldwide.
Our online gallery remains open during the COVID-19 closures. There may be a slight delay in shipping times for some inventory.
This year’s collection dazzles with colourful imagery. Thirty-two prints by renowned and emerging artists will wow you with their beauty.
The official release date of the collection is October 16, 2021. To inquire about availability of prints, please contact the gallery.
Reservations are accepted and a wait list is kept. We kindly request that if you change your mind, please advise us so that we may offer the print to another customer on the list.
Presenting two Etching & Chine Collé prints by Papiara Tukiki. Papiara gives free rein to her imagination in these delightfully whimsical images. Fundamental to her playful creations are her innate sense of design and composition, as well as the confident line work that bring her subjects to life. Each image is an edition of 30
We have added over sixty more prints from the 70’s and 80’s! Browse rare finds of gorgeous lithographs and stonecuts by Kananginak Pootoogook, Pitseolak Ashoona, Napachie Pootoogook, Mary Pudlat, Pudlo Pudlat Kakulu Saggiaktok, Lucy Qinnuayuak, Jamasie Teevee and others.
The official release date of the collection is October 17, 2020. To inquire about print availability, please contact the gallery.
This world renowned, annual collection includes 30 prints from many noted artists such as Ningiukulu Teevee, Pitaloosie Saila, Saimaiyu Akesuk and Nicotye Samayualie. Also added is a special edition lithograph by Shuvinai Ashoona. The prints reveal the history, art and culture of Inuit life in the artic, as imagined by the artists and printmakers from Kinngait Studios in Cape Dorset, Nunavut.