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Record #154368:

Johannes Kreutzmann 1862-1940. Figurer fra en grønlandske bygd / Birte Haagen.

Title: Johannes Kreutzmann 1862-1940. Figurer fra en grønlandske bygd / Birte Haagen.
Translated title: Johannes Kreutzmann 1862-1940. Figures from a Greenland hamlet.
Author(s): Haagen, Birte.
Date: 2000.
Publisher: Virum, Denmark: Forlaget Tinok
Language: Danish.
Abstract: English résumé p.44. Shows painted figures (mainly human) by Kreutzmann, "Ujuaannaat". Family was mixed descent, living Greenlandic style; one had Great Hunter status. Ujuaannaat grew into hunter. Attacked by male walrus, he was saved by prodding sensitive whiskers. He co-wrote manual of hunting. With second wife he had nine children and fostered late brother's three. He started by carving and painting driftwood for them. His successful hunting at Kangaamiut was blamed for shortage (weather had changed). He switched to fishing, and succeeded again. He taught Knud Rasmussen to kayak. Kangaamiut was base of many artists and carvers, including cousin Hans Lynge. Many of Kreutzmann's figures, which became his livelihood, are in Qaqortoq and Maniitsoq Museums.
Keywords: 639 -- Hunting, fishing and associated activities.
73.031.71 -- Sculpture, Inuit.
75.031.71 -- Painting, Inuit.
92 -- Biographies: Kreutzmann, Johannes.
R -- Arts.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*384) -- West Greenland.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*384) : 73.031.71
ISBN: 8798792903
SPRI record no.: 154368

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