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SAMUALIE, Keeleemeeoomee

Qinqu Camp, Nunavut, 1919
?, 1983
Biography synopsis
Keeleemeeoomee Samualie was an Inuit artist born in Qinqi Camp, near Markham Bay, Nunavut. She was married to Inuit artist Samuellie Tunnillie and was the sister of artists Anna Kingwatsiak (1911-1971), Tye Adla (1936-1990), Iyola and Mikigak Kingwatsiak. Samualie lived and worked in Cape Dorest, Nunavut. Her practice was based on drawings which focus on Inuit life, many of which were produced by the West Baffin Island Print Cooperative.
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Writings about
"Keeleemeeoomee Samualie." Katilvik: Online Inuit Art Community ?
Blodgett, Jean. In Cape Dorset We Do It This Way: Three Decades of Inuit Printmaking. Kleinburg, Ont.: McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 1991.
Crandall, Richard C. Inuit Art: A History. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2000.
Eber, Dorothy Harley. When the Whalers Were Up North: Inuit Memories from the Eastern Arctic. McGill Queen's University Press, 1989.
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. Inuit Art Bibliography. Ottawa: Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1992.
West Baffin Eskimo Co-operative. Cape Dorset Graphics. [Annual] Toronto: M.F. Feheley, 1961-1983.

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