Selling print 21/60 of Nanabajou and his Daughter by Daphne Odjig. The print is 30" x 45" with a 4 inch matte finish. Total size is 38.5" x 54". The print is signed and would make a great addition to any native art collection.
Asking $10,000 or best offer.
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Information about Daphne Odjig:
An Ojibwe of the Potawatomi Nation, Daphne Odjig was born and raised on the Wikwemikong First Nation of Manitoulin Island, Ontario. From 1963 until 1976, she lived and worked in northern Manitoba and in Winnipeg. An accomplished artist in her own right, Odjig has done much to promote recognition of contemporary First Nations art across the country and internationally: in 1970 she founded Indian Prints of Canada to market reproductions of Aboriginal art and, in 1974, she opened the Warehouse Gallery (now known as the Wah-Sa Gallery) to exhibit the work of First Nations artists. In 1973 Odjig, along with fellow artists Jackson Beardy, Eddy Cobiness, Alex Janvier, Norval Morrisseau, Carl Ray and Joseph Sanchez, founded Professional Native Indian Artists Incorporated (popularly referred to as the 'Indian Group of Seven') to support one another's artistic careers, establish sources of funding for other artists and inspire younger generations to celebrate 'being Indian'.