Acrylic painting by David in honour of his father Norval Morrisseau, a prominent First Nations artist who founded of the Woodlands School of Art and is often referred to as “Picasso of the North”.
David Morrisseau is a celebrated painter in his own right, following his father’s footsteps and growing into his own distinct, yet familiar style. This piece comes with an appraisal certificate from Bremner’s Appraisal Services that guarantees the work to be authentic and gives an appraised value of $1,200 CAD.
This description of David’s work is included in the appraisal report:
“The themes of David’s paintings encompass his Cree and Anishnaabe heritage, Canadian wildlife, self-portraits in various guises, and more recently, his personal family history. Using natural talent and a strong spiritual focus, David has carved out his own artistic path. He has developed his own style by following personal dreams and philosophy.”
This painting was donated to Habitat for Humanity South Georgian Bay. When you purchase this art, you will also be helping families in our area live in safe, quality, affordable homes of their own.
16″ x 22″ x 1″ (41 cm x 56 cm x 3 cm) – painting with frame
painting inside frame measures 12″ x 16″ (30 cm x 40 cm)
Acrylic on canvas