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7 x 7 inches closed7 x 14 inches openMaud Lewis (1903 - 1970) had no formal training in the visual arts. Like many folk artists, she painted for the joy of adding colour, light and fun to a poverty-stricken rural existence in Digby County, Nova Scotia.

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12 x 12 inches closed12 x 24 inches openMaud Lewis (1903 - 1970) had no formal training in the visual arts. Like many folk artists, she painted for the joy of adding colour, light and fun to a poverty-stricken rural existence in Digby County, Nova Scotia. Produced via environmentally friendly processes, using chlorine free FSC-certified paper and vegetable-based inks, this...

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12 x 12 inches closed, 12 x 24 inches openBrowntrout Publishing and the Art Gallery of Ontario, 201916 month calendar16 month calendar with images from Clarence Gagnon, French Canadian painter, draughtsman, engraver and illustrator. Gagnon is from the province of Quebec and is well known for his landscape paintings.This 16-month wall calendars include 13 stunning images and even clearer grids...

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Handcarved by Canadian Inuk artist: Markossie NarlukCommunity: Sanikiluaq, NunavutYear: 2018length: 14 cmwidth:varying up to 4.5 cmheight: varying up to 7 cm™ licensed by the Inuit Art Foundation

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Hand carved by Canadian Inuk artist: Esa KripanikCommunity: Igloolik, NunavutYear: 2018length: 16.5 cm (varying)width: up to 3.4 cmheight: 26.7 cm™ licensed by the Inuit Art Foundation This is a unique etched inukshuk with various animals of the north depicted throughout the sculpture. Igloolik is proudly etched into the base.

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Handcarved by Canadian Inuk artist: John KawapikCommunity: Sanikiluaq, NunavutYear: 2017length: 20 cmwidth:varying up to 6 cmheight: varying up to 8.9 cm™ licensed by the Inuit Art FoundationThis bear has beautiful natural veins running through the sculpture. Veins add character to the piece.

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This tea towel features an 1897 map of Lake Erie features a map taken from a 1927 Maritime Provinces road guide. All of southern and central New Brunswick is visible including Fredericton and Saint John, as well as Prince Edward Island. The focus of the map is the full province of Nova Scotia including Cape Breton Island. A charming red...

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A genuine vintage-style linen pillowcase with 100% down-filled insert (synthetic insert available on request). The pillowcase features a map taken from a 1927 Maritime Provinces road guide. All of southern and central New Brunswick is visible including Fredericton and Saint John, as well as Prince Edward Island. The focus of the map is the full province of Nova Scotia including...

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17 x 17 inches or 43 x 43 cmCase is machine washableZipper closureDavid Milne's 'Lilies' on soft, velveteen 100% polyester pillow cases with a comfy poly/cotton form. Made in Canada. Bright colours, soft and durable. This is a beautiful winter accent piece.

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felt, 19 inches long (6.5 inches wide at the top)Represent your province with a retro-style pennant featuring Newfoundland. Collect them all!

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Eagle-Bear Totem BookendEagle-Bear designheight 7.25 inchesblack crushed marbleCanadian madeThe Northwest Coast Natives have a perception of oneness of all earth's creatures, human and animal. They believe that humans may transform into animals, birds, fish and mythical creatures and back again. Once transformed they take on the essence and spirit of that being, Their art reflects this transformation. Made of black...