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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Schooner Cove, Rivers Inlet, BC
Robert Genn
Acrylic (18x24 in) 2011
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Mother and Child
Norval Morrisseau
Oil on Paper (38.5x30 in)
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Lake Joseph Ontario
Robert Genn
Acrylic (12x16 in)
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Fall, Algoma
Frank Johnston
Oil on Panel (13.25x10.5 in) 1920
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Sunday Drive
Maud Lewis
Oil on Board (9x11.87 in) circa 1956
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Untitled
Marcelle Ferron
oil on panel (6x7 in) 1970
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Shebandowan Lake, Ontario
Frederick Arthur Verner
watercolour (9.25x22.25 in) 1891
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Grazing Buffalo
Frederick Arthur Verner
watercolour (12x23.5 in) 1906
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Condon Lighthouse
Maud Lewis
oil on board (11.75x13.75 in) circa 1958
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Fish Totem
Norval Morrisseau
Acrylic on Brown Paper (24x36 in)
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