Chisel and brush = le ciseau et la brosse.: R72-190/1985-PDF

"Printmaking in the Canadian Arctic started in Cape Dorset in the late 1950s. Working in poorly heated plywood buildings, a small group of interested people experimented with the use of local materials: supplies being brought in by ship once a year, conditions did not allow for elaborate printmaking techniques requiring complicated equipment"--Inuit stonecut and stencil prints.

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Publication information
Department/Agency Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
Title Chisel and brush = le ciseau et la brosse.
Variant title Ciseau et la brosse
Publication type Monograph
Language Bilingual-[English | French]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Note(s) Title from cover.
Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].
Text in English and French.
Publishing information Ottawa : Indian Affairs and Northern Development, c1984.
Description [20] p. : ill., photographs
Catalogue number
  • R72-190/1985-PDF
Departmental catalogue number QS-8354-010-BB-A1
Subject terms Aboriginal culture
Northern Canada
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