Welcome to The Narwhal Gallery
The UK's premier Inuit Art gallery

Established in 1982, The Narwhal Inuit Art Gallery is the only British gallery dedicated to Inuit Art (previously known and marketed as Eskimo Art), exhibiting sculptures in stone, relic bone, horn and antique marine ivory, along with fine examples of graphic art dating back 50 years.

Upcoming Exhibitions

sananguaq exhibition

Inuit Art in Britain

June 2nd to September 10th 2010
(Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm) at the Scott Polar Research Institute (SPRI), Cambridge, and weekdays (excluding bank holidays) at Canada House, Trafalgar Square, London.

For more details click here

During the same period the Narwhal Inuit Art Gallery will be open by appointment only, please contact us to arrange viewing and/or purchasing.



Visiting the Gallery

Based in Chiswick, West London, the Narwhal Inuit Art Gallery is an extension of a private collection, the public element of which is frequently exhibited at art fairs in London and across the UK.

Collectors and corporate customers are welcome to arrange a visit which is strictly by appointment only. Unfortunately the gallery is not suitable for wheelchair access.


The Narwhal Inuit Art Education Foundation (NIAEF) is a UK-registered charity and maintains the educational needs of the Narwhal Gallery. It was registered in 1999 to commemorate the formation of Nunavut.

To visit the NIAEF site click here


Latest news

tuvaq book cover

Tuvaq: Inuit Art and the Modern World launched

This book has been specially produced to accompany the SANANGUAQ - Inuit Art in Britain exhibition and was a collaboration between the Narwhal Inuit Art Eductaion Foundation and the Scott Polar Research Institute.

For more details click here