Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Notable Works By Norval Morrisseau

When it comes to making a good investment in Canadian art—more specifically in Norval Morrisseau's artwork—three things to look for will stand you in good stead. Be sure to find artwork of 1) exceptional quality, 2) rarity and 3) impeccable provenance. KRG's notable current holdings include:
  1. Adam & Eve, c. 1966-70 (illustrated) Acrylic on kraft paper 56x37inches, 142.24x93.98cm, Provenance: Private collection, Ontario; Collection of Paul & Mary Okanski, Red Lake.
  2. Sacred Trout Through The Portal of Time, 1978 Acrylic on masonite, 23x31inches, 58.4x78.7cm, Provenance: Private collection, Ontario; Collection of Susan A. Ross, C.M.
    The Pollock Gallery, Toronto.
  3. Sacred Trout, 1989 Acrylic on canvas, 36x48inches, 91.4x121.92cm, Provenance: Private collection, Whistler; Acquired from the artist.
  4. The Sacred Bear Giving Children And Animals A Ride, 1989 Acrylic on canvas, 40x48inches, 101.6x121.92cm, 1989, Reproduced: "Norval Morrisseau 2010 Retrospective" pg 18 (Kinsman Robinson Galleries, Oct 2010) Exhibited: "The Shaman's Return" Mar 31 - Apr 28, 1990 Provenance: Private collection, Ontario; Kinsman Robinson Galleries, Toronto.
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