Ex. Coll., John de Visser, Toronto, received as a gift in 1958.
A finely detailed face and decorative elements are contrasted by the bulky, wholly convincing proportions of this hunter. There is considerable refinement in the artist's modeling. In his depiction of the folds of the hunter’s garments, Timothy Quananaapik is rather convincing. The pleated creases of the man’s coat and pants realistically curve and pucker. Strands of hair are incised and contrast against the smoothly polished flesh of his face.