Akeeaktashuk

Latcholassie Akesuk

Davidialuk Alasua Amittu

Luke Anguhadluq

Mathew Aqigaaq (Akeeah)

Barnabus Arnasungaaq

Karoo Ashevak

Kenojuak Ashevak

Kiugak (Kiawak) Ashoona

Qaqaq (Kaka) Ashoona

Ennutsiak

Henry Evaluardjuk

Abraham Etungat

Luke Iksiktaaryuk

Johnny Inukpuk

Osuitok Ipeelee

John Kavik

Kiakshuk

Andy Miki

Niviaqsi (Niviaksiak)

Josiah Nuilaalik

Elizabeth Nutaraaluk

Jessie Oonark
Sheokjuk Oqutaq

John Pangnark

Parr

Pootoogook
Kananginak Pootoogook

Pudlo Pudlat

Lucy Qinnuayuak

Miriam Qiyuk

Pauta Saila

Peter Sevoga

Nick Sikkuark

Joe Talirunili

Lucy Tasseor

George Tatanniq (Tattener)

John Tiktak

Tudlik

Marion Tuu’luq

Charlie Ugyuk

Judas Ullulaq

CONSIGNING TO FIRST ARTS

THE BENEFITS OF CONSIGNING TO FIRST ARTS

One important innovative concept built into the First Arts partnership is our ability to offer consignors different options. Because we are a hybrid auction-retail company we are able to sort works consigned from your collection into live auctions, retail galleries, online exhibitions, or online auctions, thus affording each object its optimal sales potential.

We accept consignments of classic Inuit (Eskimo) sculptures, prints, drawings and textile arts, as well as fine First Nations and Métis art at all times of the year for our program of auctions and exhibitions. We are happy to offer free verbal appraisals of individual works and complete collections.

For a free consultation or to book a consignment appointment please contact Ingo Hessel at 613.818.2100 or ingo@FirstArts.ca

We are looking for high quality Inuit works of art from the classic and modern periods (sculptures, prints and drawings, and textiles). These are only a few of the artists whose works we are interested in:

 

We are also looking for fine historical and modern examples of First Nations and Métis art from the Northwest Coast and elsewhere (masks, argillite, totem poles, paintings, rattles, blankets and textiles, baskets, jewelry etc.) by these artists and Nations as well as many others:

 

Benjamin Chee Chee

Robert Davidson

Charles Edenshaw

Alex Janvier

Norval Morrisseau

Daphne Odjig

Bill Reid

Anishnaabe

Athapaskan

Cree

Haida

Heiltsuk (Bella Bella)

Kwakwaka’wakw (Kwakiutl)

Nuxalk (Bella Coola)

Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka)

Salish

Six Nations

Tlingit

Tsimshian

We also seek excellent prehistoric, classic and modern examples of works from Alaska (Yup’ik, Inupiaq, Aleut, St. Lawrence Island, Punuk etc.), and Greenland (tupilaks, masks etc.).

Argillite sculpture, Whistle Pipe, by unidentified Haida artist

First Arts
Ingo Hessel:
ingo@firstarts.ca
613.818.2100

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