Norval Morrisseau

Norval Morrisseau

Artwork

Norval Morrisseau
Norval Morrisseau is the grandfather of native art in Canada. His vision of himself and his people created the possibility that native artists would have a major impact on the cultural revival of Ojibwa values. And he lead the parade of hundreds of young native artists into the conscious mind of the Canadian public. Born on the Sandy Point Reserve near Beardmore, Ontario, March 14, 1932 Morrisseau was raised by his maternal grandparents. Moses Nanakonagos (Potan) and his wife Veronique, lived on the Gull Bay shore of Lake Nipigon.
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Artist
Animals of the Forest, 1976
Norval Morrisseau

Animals of the Forest, 1976

Acrylic on Canvas

43.50 x 57 in

SOLD

The Artist & Picasso in the great Spirit Dance, Circa 1981
Norval Morrisseau

The Artist & Picasso in the great Spirit Dance, Circa 1981

Acrylic on Canvas

24 x 30 in

$3,500.00

Spirit Bear, 1978
Norval Morrisseau

Spirit Bear, 1978

Acrylic

12 x 18 in

$2,000.00

Untitled
Norval Morrisseau

Untitled

Acrylic

30 x 22.50 in

$5,500.00

Spirit Bear, 1978
Norval Morrisseau

Spirit Bear, 1978

Acrylic

12 x 18 in

$2,000.00

Untitled, Circa 1985
Norval Morrisseau

Untitled, Circa 1985

Acrylic on Canvas

33 x 23 in

$6,100.00

Spirit Bear, 1978
Norval Morrisseau

Spirit Bear, 1978

Acrylic

12 x 18 in

$2,000.00

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