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Thunderbird in Astral Protection (1980) Norval Morrisseau

Thunderbird in Astral Protection Norval Morrisseau acrylic on canvass, c. 1980   A Statement left for Norval Morrisseau by George ...
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Norval Morrisseau (1963) The Conduit for Cultural Transfer

Norval Morrisseau circa 1963 Across the country rave reviews had greeted a young Ojibwa artist in his first commercial exhibition. His ...
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Fish People of Sirius (1980) Norval Morrisseau

Untitled ( “Fishman of Sirius”) Norval Morrisseau acrylic on canvass, c. 1980 _______________ To Woodland Artists he has ...
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Ritchie Stardreamer Sinclair on Norval Morrisseau (2008) Take 5 Interview

David Peterson Interviews Ritchie Sinclair about his art exhibition and his experience painting with Morrisseau. September 28 2008 ...
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Thunderbird Motif (1958) Norval Morrisseau

Thunderbird  Norval Morrisseau  tempera on plywood, c. 1958-60, 32″ x 24″ (Collection of the National Museum of Man, Ottawa) ...
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Brothers in Arms – Norval Morrisseau bridges the great divide – Brian Marion and Ritchie Sinclair

Brothers-in-Arms Brian Marion and Ritchie Sinclair On the full moon eclipse of December 21 2010 (orignally published Dec 14 2011) Brian ...
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Morrisseau and the Superman Within (Dec 1, 2011) Ritchie Sinclair interprets Morrisseau art at the Kinsman Robinson Gallery

Morrisseau and the Superman Within Ritchie Sinclair discusses Morrisseau and art from the exhibition “Norval Morrisseau: Early Paper ...
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Soul Vision (1978) Norval Morrisseau

SOUL VISION Norval Morrisseau acrylic on canvass, c. 1978 Many people were intimidated by Norval Morrisseau. All different ...
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The Artistic Legacy of Norval Morrisseau In Action (2010)

Morrisseau Inspired Artists Don Wright, Mark Anthony Jacobson, Brian Marion and Ritchie Sinclair Winter Solstice Eclipse ...
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Norval Morrisseau (1984) The Door to the Astral Plane is always wide open…”

Norval Morrisseau 1984 “The Door to the Astral Plane is always wide open…  if you know what to look for.” ...
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