Peter Sevoga Wanted for Purchase or Consignment

(1940 - 2007)

Peter Sevoga’s original and monumental sculptural style earned him renown as an artist by the time he was in his early twenties. Although the subject matter of his work spans from muskoxen to bears, he is well-known for his “group carvings” of mother and child, or family groups. These images are powerful in their “distinguished and distinctively bulging Baker Lake style.” (George Swinton, “Sculpture of the Inuit”, 1994)

Peter’s half-brother, Thomas Sevoga is also an accomplished Baker Lake sculptor. In 1965, Peter Sevoga participated in an experimental print workshop in Baker Lake as both artist and printmaker.

Historical Sale Highlights

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Pompeii Study 2/9
Sorel Etrog
Bronze (9x1.75x1.75 in) 1972
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Evening Pink's Lake Gatineau
Charles Comfort
oil on panel (12x16 in) 1979
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Going to Church
Maud Lewis
Oil on Panel (11-7/8x15-7/8 in) circa 1964
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Mallard Ducks
Leo Mol
Ceramic (7.5x6x9.5 in) 1960
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Birches
Lionel LeMoine Fitzgerald
oil on panel (14x10 in) 1914
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Jeune Fille Hollandaise
James Wilson Morrice
oil (22x13 in) 1901
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Untitled - Valley in Algonquin
Henry Thomson
oil on panel (10x12 in) 1930
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Oxen Pulling a Log
Maud Lewis
oil on panel (13.75x11.5 in) 1962
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Staten Island
Leo Mol
pastel (18x23.75 in) 1963
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Longtime Squirrel, Mesamikayisi
Nicholas de Grandmaison
oil on canvas (28.25x22.5 in) 1944
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