PUDLO PUDLAT (1916-1992), E7-899, Cape Dorset
stonecut and stencil
24.75" x 34" — 62.9 x 86.4 cm.
Of his own work, the artist states, “Now in my drawings I draw land because everybody in this word sees land every time they get up...” to interpret these thoughts regarding the landscape and convey a sense of the Arctic grandeur, Pudlo depicts a row of figures that function only to express the immensity and magnificence of their surrounding scenery.
-for additional information on Pudlo’s efforts in landscapes, see Routledge, Marie & Marion E. Jackson, Pudlo: Thirty Years of Drawing, exh. cat., National Gallery of Canada, 1990, pp. 26-28
Department: Inuit and Indigenous Art
Settlement: Cape Dorset, Cape Dorset / Kinngait
Signature: Disc Number
Works on Paper: Stencil, Stonecut