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11 x 13 inches*all sizes are approximate Image credit:Norval Morrisseau, 1931 - 2007Shaman and Disciples, 1979arcrylic on canvas180.5 x 211.5 cmPurchase 1979McMichael Canadian Art Collection1979.34.7 

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blank inside5 x 7 inches**all sizes are approximate  Image credit:Norval Morrisseau, 1931 - 2007Shaman and Disciples, 1979arcrylic on canvas180.5 x 211.5 cmPurchase 1979McMichael Canadian Art Collection1979.34.7

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Challenging Traditions: Contemporary First Nations Art of the Northwest CoastAuthor: Ian M. Thomhardcover - 186 pagesDouglas & McIntyre, 2009ISBN: 978-1-55365-414-8In a stunning resurgence over the past few decades, contemporary First Nations artists of the Northwest Coast have established themselves as among the most dynamic and important artists working in North America. Challenging Traditions honours this success by presenting the work...

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ALEX JANVIERGreg Hill, Lee-Ann Martin and Chris DuekerNational Gallery of Canada, 2016200 pp 100 col. ill. 11 x 9 in softcover A canonical figure in Native American art history, Alex Janvier has maintained a 50-year artistic practice that fuses aboriginal traditions with modernist abstraction. Influenced by Kandinsky and Klee, his murals and works on paper, canvas and linen explore the...

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Greg Hill, Gerald McMaster, Virginia Eichhorn, Alan Corbiere, Crystal Migwans and Ann BeamCarl Beam was a powerful voice in contemporary art in Canada. A key Anishnaabe artist, he drew upon all the cultural resources at the disposal of a contemporary artist. This catalogue, exhibition and tour of fifty magnificent and challenging works by Beam, is the first such opportunity to...

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Tim Pitsiulak: Drawings and Prints from Cape Dorsethardcover - 84 pages with more than 70 reproductions and photographs. Includes Index of ArtworksSize: 9 x 8 inchesOnly a handful of years into his career, Timmuuti “Tim” Pitsiulak spearheaded a new direction in Inuit art. The nephew of renowned artist Kenojuak Ashevak, Pitsiulak (1967–2016) reveled in the challenges of art and life...

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by Dorothy Eber (Author), Bernadette Engelstad (Author), Ingo Hessel (Author), Heather Igloliorte (Author), Zacharias Kunuk (Author), Christine Lalonde (Author), Robert McGhee (Author), David Piqtoukun (Author), Alootook Ipellie (Author), John Ralston Saul (Afterword), Gerald McMaster (Editor)288 pages - softcoverA gorgeous retrospective on the transformation of Inuit art in the 20th century, mirroring the vast and poignant cultural changes in the North.In...

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Lisa MyersTextile Museum of Canada, 201972 pp 41 col. ill. 7 x 7 in softcoverBeads, They're Sewn So Tight takes up the depths of social and political relations expressed through beadwork, including living traditions, family and community networks embedded in the visual language of pattern and surface design. Four artists employ distinct techniques in their approach to using beads and...