A woman at the McMichael Canadian Collection admires Anishinaabe artist Norval Morrisseau's 1979 painting Shaman and Disciples.

Woodland Disciple

A woman at the McMichael Canadian Collection admires Norval Morrisseau's 1979 painting Shaman and Disciples.  Anishinaabe artist Norval Morrisseau was a painter, carver, draughtsman, storyteller, teacher, Grand Shaman, and was dubbed the “Picasso of the North” by the French press. Morrisseau invented the pictographic style of painting now known as the Woodland School.  Morrisseau painted his picture while working as artist-in-residence at the McMichael in 1979.

 

Oil on hardboard

12 x 12 Inches

2021

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