#1 Norval Morrisseau acrylic on canvas

#1 Norval Morrisseau acrylic on canvas

Norval Morrisseau acrylic on canvas of man & four women, 48 3/4 X 22 1/2", signed on back.

Norval Morrisseau, ( 1932 –2007), also known as Copper Thunderbird, recipient of the Order of Canada in 1978 Morrisseau created works depicting the legends of his people, the cultural and political tensions between native Canadian and European traditions, his existential struggles, and his deep spirituality and mysticism. His style is characterized by thick black outlines and bright colors. He founded the Woodlands School of Canadian art and was a prominent member of the ‘Indigenous Group of Seven.’


#2 Norval Morrisseau acrylic on craft paper

#2 Norval Morrisseau acrylic on craft paper

Norval Morrisseau acrylic on craft paper of blue, red and yellow birds. 23 x 23", (25 x 25").

Norval Morrisseau, ( 1932 –2007), also known as Copper Thunderbird, recipient of the Order of Canada in 1978 Morrisseau created works depicting the legends of his people, the cultural and political tensions between native Canadian and European traditions, his existential struggles, and his deep spirituality and mysticism. His style is characterized by thick black outlines and bright colors. He founded the Woodlands School of Canadian art and was a prominent member of the ‘Indigenous Group of Seven.’

#3 Norval Morrisseau acrylic on canvas

#3 Norval Morrisseau acrylic on canvas

Norval Morrisseau acrylic on canvas of dragonflies, 14 x 19", (15 3/4 x 21").

Norval Morrisseau, ( 1932 –2007), also known as Copper Thunderbird, recipient of the Order of Canada in 1978 Morrisseau created works depicting the legends of his people, the cultural and political tensions between native Canadian and European traditions, his existential struggles, and his deep spirituality and mysticism. His style is characterized by thick black outlines and bright colors. He founded the Woodlands School of Canadian art and was a prominent member of the ‘Indigenous Group of Seven.’

Clifford Maracle acrylic on board

Clifford Maracle acrylic on board

Clifford Maracle acrylic on board of nude, 'After the Bath", 17 x 25", signed lower left 'MARACLE'

Clifford Lloyd Maracle (1944–1996) was from the Mohawk Nation, Tyendinaga reserve near Deseronto Both a painter and a sculptor, he was best known for his depictions of the plight of urban Indians in the 1970s. He did not rely on traditional motifs but rather established himself as a leader of a new expressionistic style among First Nations artists.

5. Richard Bedwash acrylic on paper

5. Richard Bedwash acrylic on paper

Richard Bedwash acrylic on paper of two birds , 'Loon Family' 24 x 21" ( 31 x 27 3/4")

Richard Bedwash (1937- ).Born in Hillsport, Ontario, Bedwash, an Ojibway artist, began painting in 1967. ... Working in acrylic and lithography, he is known for his traditional, simplified-style paintings and prints of birds, fish and other animals of Ojibway legend and lore.

6. Jane Ash Poitras print

6. Jane Ash Poitras print

Jane Ash Poitras print of b/w pen & ink drawing of chief with horse, 4 x 8" ( 10 x 14")

7.7. Jane Ash Poitras print

7.7. Jane Ash Poitras print

Jane Ash Poitras print of b/w pen & ink drawing of travelling family, 10 x 7"( 17 x 14")

8. Saul Williams serigraph,

8. Saul Williams serigraph,

Saul Williams serigraph, 'Bear on Drum', 24 x 19 1/4".

Saul Williams is a painter and graphic artist who was born in North Caribou Lake, Ontario, Canada. He has also lived in Weagamow (1963) and in Sioux Lookout. His mediums are acrylic, silkscreen, watercolor, charcoal, ink, linocut and lithograph. His subjects are myths, legends, symbolism, native spirits, birds, fish and animals. His style is known as Woodland Art. It is identified by black outlined figures, x-ray perspectives & vivid colours

9. Peter Ragee pencil & felt tip on paper

9. Peter Ragee pencil & felt tip on paper

Peter Ragee pencil & felt tip on paper of seal hunter with harpoon, signed lower right, Peter Ragee November '97 Cape Dorset, 14 1/2 x 21" (18 3/4 x 25 1/4").

Peter Ragee (1955- )Ragee is the son of a talented native artist, who was a carver. Peter's work is a combination of the spiritual and contemporary observations of the artist. He has exhibited around the Canadian Arctic, at Iqaluit, Inuvik, and Rankin Inlet.

10.  Anthony  Veccio (1949- ) oil on canvas

10. Anthony Veccio (1949- ) oil on canvas

Anthony Veccio (1949- ) oil on canvas of horse race, 24 3/4 x19 1/2", (27 3/4 x 24")

Anthony Veccio (1949- ) American visual artist, specializing in painting race horses

11.   Alex Currie aka Runt acrylic on board

11. Alex Currie aka Runt acrylic on board

Alex Currie aka Runt original acrylic on board of 2 people , 18 x 14"

Alex "Runt" Currie ,(1954- ) His most recognized work may be the facade of Lee’s Palace on Bloor St. W. in Toronto. He draws influences from Comic Books, and inspiration from the artworks of Dr. Seuss

He has designed the cover of the 2015 TTC RIde Guide and a special-edition can for Pabst Blue Ribbon, 

12. 12.   Alex Currie aka Runt acrylic on board

12. 12. Alex Currie aka Runt acrylic on board

Alex Currie aka Runt original acrylic on board of bird, 18 x14"

Alex "Runt" Currie ,(1954- ) His most recognized work may be the facade of Lee’s Palace on Bloor St. W. in Toronto. He draws influences from Comic Books, and inspiration from the artworks of Dr. Seuss

He has designed the cover of the 2015 TTC RIde Guide and a special-edition can for Pabst Blue Ribbon,

13.  Jane Ash Poitras print of four chiefs

13. Jane Ash Poitras print of four chiefs

Jane Ash Poitras print of four chiefs, 11 x 8 1/2", (17 x 14 ')

Jane Ash Poitras (1951 - ) is a Cree painter and print maker born in Fort Chipewyan . Her work expresses the experience of First Nations people in Canada

14.  Jane Ash Poitras lithograph

14. Jane Ash Poitras lithograph

Jane Ash Poitras lithograph, 'Blanket Culture' 11 x 17"

Jane Ash Poitras (1951 - ) is a Cree painter and print maker born in Fort Chipewyan . Her work expresses the experience of First Nations people in Canada

15. Dee Martin hand made vase

15. Dee Martin hand made vase

Dee Martin hand made vase, marked on base "Dee Martin Kanyengeh Pottery, Six nations Reserve", 7 1/2" tall x 4" diam.

A signed Kanyengeh 6 Nations large pottery vase signed Dee . This Native Canadian pottery vase has the famous sculpted exterior and brown glaze with the turquoise blue interior. It features incised animals 

15. Dee Martin hand made vase

15. Dee Martin hand made vase

Dee Martin hand made vase, marked on base "Dee Martin Kanyengeh Pottery, Six nations Reserve", 7 1/2" tall x 4" diam.

16. Dee Martin hand made vase,

16. Dee Martin hand made vase,

Dee Martin hand made vase, signed with feather on base, 6 1/4" tall x 4 3/4" diam.

A signed Kanyengeh 6 Nations large pottery vase signed Dee. This Native Canadian pottery vase has the famous sculpted exterior and brown glaze with the turquoise blue interior. It features incised animals 

16. Dee Martin hand made vase

16. Dee Martin hand made vase

Dee Martin hand made vase, signed with feather on base, 6 1/4" tall x 4 3/4" diam.

17. 2 Daphne Odjig reproductions

17. 2 Daphne Odjig reproductions

2 Daphne Odjig reproductions of pen & ink sketches, 10 x 13"

18. unsigned Inuit painting on carved wood, 12 x 13"

18. unsigned Inuit painting on carved wood, 12 x 13"

unsigned Inuit painting on carved wood, 12 x 13"

Josh Kakegamic serigraph 'Two Lovers'

Josh Kakegamic serigraph 'Two Lovers'

Josh Kakegamic serigraph 'Two Lovers' 1977, edition 21/84, image size 19 x 13", framed(25 1/4 x 19 1/2").

Josh Kakegamic (1952-1996) born at Sandy Lake, Ontario in 1952. He began painting as a teenager in the late sixties under the guidance of his Ojibwa brother-in-law, Norval Morrisseau, and Cree artist, Carl Ray.

He worked with Morrisseau and Ray when they held demonstration classes in schools across northeastern and southern Ontario. He participated in a group show in North Bay in 1969 followed by a series of shows in various venues in northwestern Ontario. He continued to paint in North Bay for two years before returning to Sandy lake.

With the help of his brothers Goyce and Henry and his father, David, he established the Triple K Co-operative in 1973.

Richard Bedwash serigraph 'My Brothers and Me',

Richard Bedwash serigraph 'My Brothers and Me',

Richard Bedwash serigraph 'My Brothers and Me', edition 125/147, 26 x 20", signed in pencil, lower right.

Richard Bedwash (1937- ).Born in Hillsport, Ontario, Bedwash, an Ojibway artist, began painting in 1967. ... Working in acrylic and lithography, he is known for his traditional, simplified-style paintings and prints of birds, fish and other animals of Ojibway legend and lore.

Richard Bedwash serigraph 'A Mother's Love'

Richard Bedwash serigraph 'A Mother's Love'

Richard Bedwash serigraph 'A Mother's Love' 125/147, 20 x 26"

Richard Bedwash (1937- ).Born in Hillsport, Ontario, Bedwash, an Ojibway artist, began painting in 1967. ... Working in acrylic and lithography, he is known for his traditional, simplified-style paintings and prints of birds, fish and other animals of Ojibway legend and lore.

Carl Beam mixed media on paper

Carl Beam mixed media on paper

Carl Beam mixed media on paper of man and residiential school, 22 1/2 x 30".

Carl Beam R.C.A. (May 24, 1943 – July 30, 2005), born Carl Edward Migwans, made Canadian art history as the first artist of Native Ancestry to have his work purchased by the National Gallery of Canada as contemporary art. A major retrospective of his work, mounted by the National Gallery of Canada, was exhibited in 2010, recognizing Beam as one of Canada's most important artists.

Carl Beam mixed media on paper

Carl Beam mixed media on paper

Carl Beam mixed media on paper of the sun, 12 x16".

Carl Beam R.C.A. (May 24, 1943 – July 30, 2005), born Carl Edward Migwans, made Canadian art history as the first artist of Native Ancestry to have his work purchased by the National Gallery of Canada as contemporary art. A major retrospective of his work, mounted by the National Gallery of Canada, was exhibited in 2010, recognizing Beam as one of Canada's most important artists.

Carl Beam mixed media on paper of eagle

Carl Beam mixed media on paper of eagle

Carl Beam mixed media on paper of eagle, 12 x16".

Carl Beam R.C.A. (May 24, 1943 – July 30, 2005), born Carl Edward Migwans, made Canadian art history as the first artist of Native Ancestry to have his work purchased by the National Gallery of Canada as contemporary art. A major retrospective of his work, mounted by the National Gallery of Canada, was exhibited in 2010, recognizing Beam as one of Canada's most important artists.

26. Carl Beam mixed media on paper of  child

26. Carl Beam mixed media on paper of child

Carl Beam mixed media on paper of child, 12 x16"

Carl Beam R.C.A. (May 24, 1943 – July 30, 2005), born Carl Edward Migwans, made Canadian art history as the first artist of Native Ancestry to have his work purchased by the National Gallery of Canada as contemporary art. A major retrospective of his work, mounted by the National Gallery of Canada, was exhibited in 2010, recognizing Beam as one of Canada's most important artists.

Ann Beam mixed media on paper

Ann Beam mixed media on paper

Ann Beam mixed media on paper of girl performing martial arts, 12 x16"

# 28  Carl Beam mixed media on paper 12 x16"

# 28 Carl Beam mixed media on paper 12 x16"

Carl Beam mixed media on paper of bald eagle, 12 x 16", pencil signed lower right.

Carl Beam R.C.A. (May 24, 1943 – July 30, 2005), born Carl Edward Migwans, made Canadian art history as the first artist of Native Ancestry to have his work purchased by the National Gallery of Canada as contemporary art. A major retrospective of his work, mounted by the National Gallery of Canada, was exhibited in 2010, recognizing Beam as one of Canada's most important artists.

Loon sculpture signed Lalkawilas Harris Smith

Loon sculpture signed Lalkawilas Harris Smith

Harris Smith (1942-2005) Kwakwaka'wakw Nation, born in Oweekeno Village, River Inlet, BC. His work included carving and painting bowls, platters, large totem poles and sculptures. He was taught by his grandfather, Lalkawilas and started carving in 1973. One of his sculptures was presented to Queen Elizabeth II by the organisers of the XV Commonwealth Games in Canada, in 1994 and it now forms part of the Royal Collection.

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Jay Bell Redbird acrylic on paper

Jay Bell Redbird acrylic on paper