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T0740
Description: 
The history of contemporary Inuit art began in November 1949 in the Nunavik region of the Canadian Arctic with a sale of Inuit carvings organized by the Canadian Guild of Crafts. For many Inuit, art became a mode of economic and cultural survival in a time of transition and adaptation to a new way of life.
Physical dimensions: 
depth 9.5 in ; height 16 in ; width 5.5 in
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