INUIT ART - Enooesweetok
Drawings by Enooesweetok of the Sikosilingmint Tribe of Eskimo, Fox Land, Baffin Island
New York: Rock Foundation, 2001. Small quarto. 21 facsimile reproductions of the original lithographs. With an accompanying Commentary volume edited by Edmund Carpenter.
Contents loose as issued within a folding paper folder, in publisher's box.
Facsimile edition of Flaherty's portfolio of Inuit drawings by Enooesweetok, originally done at the winter quarters of Sir William Mackenzie's expedition to Baffin's Bay: one of 200 copies.
The drawings for this work by a native Inuit named Enooesweetok, were collected by famed filmaker Robert J. Flaherty during Sir William Mackenzie's 1913-1914 expedition to Baffin's Bay and privately published by him on his return. OCLC cites but a single exant example of the first edition, located at the British Library. This facsimile edition was limited to 200 copies.
cf. Crandall, An Annotated Bibliography of Inuit Art 1274.