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Inuit carved figures (20th century):
- Top: Caribou; antler (Canada, Nunavut, Pelly Bay; 1954)
- Second row: Seagull with fish, Inuki; ivory (Canada, Baffin Island, Nunavut; ca. 1951)
- Third row left: Seal; ivory (United States, Alaska; 20th century)
- Third row right: Seal; Walrus ivory (Canada, Baffin Island, Nunavut; 18th-19th century)
- Fourth row: Seal; Caribou antler and ink (Canada, Baffin Island, Nunavut; ca. 1952)
- Fifth row left: Walrus, Annawakalook; ivory and ink (Canada, Baffin Island, Nunavut; ca. 1950)
- Fifth row right: Wolf; antler (Canada, Nunavut, Pelly Bay; 1954)
- Bottom: Bear, Marion Wenaka; ivory (United States, Alaska; 20th century)
- Auger, E.E. 2004. The Way of Inuit Art: Aesthetics and History in and Beyond the Arctic. MacFardland Press.
- Crandall, R.C. 1999. Inuit Art: A History. MacFarland Press.
- Graburn, N.H.H. 1987. “Inuit Art and the Expression of Eskimo Identity,” American Review of Canadian Studies 17(1).
- Graburn, N.H.H. 2004. “Authentic Inuit Art Creation and Exclusion in the Canadian North,” Journal of Material Culture 9(2):141-159.
- Graburn, N. 2004. “Inuksuk: Icon of the Inuit of Nunavut,” Art et Représentation 28(1):69-82.
- Philips, R.B and Steiner, C.B.1999. Unpacking Culture - Art and Commodity in colonial and Postcolonial Worlds. University of California Press.
- Pupchek, L.S. 2001. “True North: Inuit Art and the Canadian Imagination,” American Review of Canadian Studies 31(1-2):191-208.
- Ray, D.J. 1996. A Legacy of Arctic Art. University of Washington Press.
(Source: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City).