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i u a pi pu pa ti tu ta ki ku ka gi gu ga mi mu ma ni nu na si su sa li lu la ji ju ja vi vu va ri ru ra qi qu qa ngi ngu nga lhi lhu lha

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Enook Manomie

Settlement: Frobisher Bay / Iqaluit

(1941) — E7-828

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Exhibitions

Arts and Crafts Carving Competition

held in Iqaluit


Baffin Island Graphics

Arts Induvik Canada Inc.


Baffin Island Sculpture Exhibition

Baffin Regional School


Collectable Sculpture 1987

Webster Galleries


Contemporary Indian and Inuit Art of Canada

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Ottawa, presented at the General Assembly Building, United Nations


Enook Manomie of Frobisher Bay

The Innuit Gallery of Eskimo Art


Enook Manomie of Frobisher Bay

The Innuit Gallery of Eskimo Art


Exhibition of Works by Enook Manomie and Towaktugak Sako (both sons of Manomie Sako)

Pitakvik Galleries


Father and Sons

Gallery Indigena


Images from the Arctic

Galerie D'Art Vincent


In Celebration

Canadian Guild of Crafts Quebec


Inuit Art at Rideau Hall

Presented by Indian Affairs and Northern Development


Inuit Art in the 1970s

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, and the Agnes Etherington Art Centre


Iqaluit

Inuit Gallery of Vancouver


Kanuitpit? Kunst und Kulturen der Eskimo: Eine Auswahl aus den Museumssammlungen

Staatliches Museum fur Volkerkunde Munchen


Masters of the Arctic: An Exhibition of Contemporary Inuit Masterworks

Presented by the Amway Corporation at the United Nations General Assembly


Not Just a Dancing Step...

Galerie D'Art Vincent


Omingmak - The Muskox

National Museum of Natural Sciences


Sculpture from Frobisher Bay

Canadian Guild of Crafts Quebec


The Bear: Sculpture

Albers Gallery


The Theme of Transformation in Inuit Sculpture

The Isaacs/Innuit Gallery


The Things That Make Us Beautiful/Nos Parures

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development


Three Sculptors; George Arlook, Charlie Kittosuk and Enook Manomie

The Innuit Gallery of Eskimo Art


We Lived by Animals/Nous Vivions des Animaux

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development in cooperation with the Department of External Affairs


White Lords of the Arctic: Bears in Stone and Bone

Arctic Artistry


Wildlife of the Arctic: Eskimo Sculpture

Pucker/Safrai Gallery


Works by Inuit and Indian Artists

Tundra Gallery Arctic Arts Ltd.

Public Collections

Canada Council Art Bank

Ottawa


Dennos Museum Center, Northwestern Michigan College

Traverse City


Inuit Cultural Institute

Rankin Inlet


McMaster University Art Gallery

Hamilton


National Gallery of Canada

Ottawa


Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre

Yellowknife


University of Alberta

Edmonton


University of Lethbridge Art Gallery

Lethbridge


Winnipeg Art Gallery

Winnipeg

Artwork

Title Last Sold At Auction
BEAR 2014-01 (January 2014)
BEAR TRANSFORMATION 2012-07 (July 2012)
BIRD 2008-05 (May 2008)
CARIBOU 2013-11 (November 2013)
DANCING BEAR 2013-10 (October 2013)
MOTHER NURSING CHILD 2019-09 (September 2019)
MUSK OX 2011-09 (September 2011)
POLAR BEAR LOOKING BACK 2016-11 (November 2016)
RECLINING CARIBOU 2008-11 (November 2008)
RECLINING DOG 2016-11 (November 2016)
RUNNING POLAR BEAR 2009-11 (November 2009)
SEA SPIRIT 2017-10 (October 2017)
SEAL 2008-04 (April 2008)
WALRUS 2008-04 (April 2008)

Recent Auction Results

MOTHER NURSING CHILD
Estimate: 600 — 900
Sold: Sep 2019 — Sold For: $960
SEA SPIRIT
Estimate: 200 — 300
Sold: Oct 2017 — Sold For: $1,020
POLAR BEAR LOOKING BACK
Estimate: 200 — 400
Sold: Nov 2016 — Sold For: $450
RECLINING DOG
Estimate: 300 — 500
Sold: Nov 2016 — Sold For: $360
BEAR
Estimate: 200 — 300
Sold: Jan 2014 — Sold For: $180
CARIBOU
Estimate: 300 — 500
Sold: Nov 2013 — Sold For: $360