This piece, a large sculpture standing 23.5” tall, was crafted by the talented Matto Michael of the Kimmirut community. Made in 1995, this fisherman has just pulled a fish out of the water and is looking towards the sky in appreciation of the gift. Carved from serpentine and antler, this piece is incredibly striking, and would fit well in any home or collection!
Title: Man Fishing
Artist: Matto Michael
Size: 23.5" X 9" X 11"
Materials: Serpentine, antler
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