Nanook of the North was originally commissioned for a family in Cranbrook, BC. The commissioner had seen a silent, black and white movie capturing Inuit life in the early 1900's. It was the first ever documentary of it's kind and is absolutely fascinating to watch, I believe you can still find it on YouTube. This painting is but a small part of what that movie portrays.
This Limited Edition Giclee Print is hand glossed by the artist with a UV coating for protection and to give each one complimentary brush strokes for a unique look.
Two Canvas sizes available, 24x36" and 16x24".
This is a limited series of 10.
Nanook of the North
All Limited Editions are printed with archival inks on canvas and are hand glossed with a UV protective coating.
Each is numbered and certified.
Unless arranged with the artist, prints are rolled and shipped in mailing tubes.
To protect your investment, do not lean anything on it, keep it out of direct sunlight where possible and avoid humid areas.