Original Canadian Mixed Media (Acrylic Painting, & Wood Carving) Indigenous Artwork on canvas by No el Duc harme (Neg anusung) (1921-1988) depicting wood carvings of a Lynx, Beaver, & Beaver dam, against Waterfall, Birch Trees, etc., Signed, & Dated, 1974, 48" x 24."
English translation of native name is "Sunrise".
Born in the Red Rock Indian Band (Lake Helen Reserve) Ojibway (Animbiigoo Zaagiigan) First Nation, Ontario, & raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario, he was a self taught artist, whose work were inspired by the legends told to him by his mother. In 1973, he won a top award at the McLaughlin Art Gallery, Oshawa, & was commissioned by the Department of Indian Affairs (now the Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada) for a work of art, presented in person to Queen Elizabeth II. He exhibited with Norval Morrisseau, & other Woodland native artists at the Thunder Bay National Exhibition Centre (now the Thunder Bay Art Gallery) in 1977.
Select Exhibitions: C.N.E. (Canadian National Exhibition) Outdoor Art Festival, 1971.; Solo & Group Exhibitions, Kar Gallery, Toronto, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1979, 1981.
Select Permanent Collections: McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario; Canadian Museum of History, Gatineau, Quebec; Lake Superior Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, Ontario.
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