Norval Morrisseau was an Anishinaabe Aboriginal Canadian artist. Best known for his paintings of mythical tableaux, his narrative works of figures and animals were painted in vibrant, fluorescent colors featuring thick black outlines akin to stained glass windows or woodcuts.
He achieved widespread national success throughout his artistic career, garnering major commissions like a large mural created for Expo 67 in 1967, which expressed the political dissatisfaction of the First Nations People of Canada. Morrisseau also regularly exhibited and sold his work in various Canadian galleries until his death in Toronto on December 4, 2007. Today, his work can be found in the collections of the Royal Ontario Museum, the National Gallery of Canada, the Dennos Museum Center, and the Art Gallery of Windsor, among many others.
Perfect condition, Professionally framed; silkscreen is +/- 62.5 - 47 Cm
- Norval Morrisseau (1932-2007)
- Titolo dell’opera
- Ojibway Boy
- Firmato su lastra
- Eccellenti condizioni
- Dimensioni totali
- 82×66×1 cm
- 4 kg