Scene in the Northwest by Paul Kane sold for over 5 million dollars!

Scene in the Northwest by Paul Kane, sold for over 5 million dollars! Appears to represent a Métis winter camp, dog team and carriole sled JE.

Cunnewabum - Métis Girl, Fort Edmonton; Painter Paul Kane 1846 This famous portrait shows "a cree mixed blood girl sheltering her face with a swan's wing". Kane asked if he could have her dress-it is in the Royal Ontario Museums collection.

"Cunnewabum - Métis Girl, Fort Edmonton" Painted by Paul Kane, This famous portrait shows "a Cree - mixed blood girl sheltering her face with a swan's wing". Kane asked if he could have her dress-it is in the Royal Ontario Museums collection.

Paul Kane - "Clallam Woman Weaving", 1848; painting - Royal Ontario Museum

Clallam woman weaving, Painting by Paul Kane (Royal Ontario Museum) --oo-- Link is to Coast Salish history page. This shows a wool dog whose hair was combined with wild goat fleece and spun to make yarn for blankets.

Big Snake. Painted by Paul Kane, a Canadian artist, 1846. Courtesy Royal Ontario Museum. Probably a Blackfoot chief -- Paul Kane painted two other images of "Big Snake" and identified both as a Blackfoot Chief. JE

Painted by Paul Kane, a Canadian artist, Courtesy Royal Ontario Museum. Probably a Blackfoot chief -- Paul Kane painted two other images of "Big Snake" and identified both as a Blackfoot Chief.

Paul Kane

Scene in the Northwest by Paul Kane, sold for over 5 million dollars! Appears to represent a Métis winter camp, dog team and carriole sled JE.

Man Who Always Rides. Blackfoot warrior, painted by Paul Kane, a Canadian artist, 1846. Courtesy Royal Ontario Museum.

Blackfoot warrior, painted by Paul Kane, a Canadian artist, Courtesy Royal Ontario Museum.

painted faces / Paul Kane

ttendant Women Dancers of the Scalp Dance from the Chualpay or Kettle Tribe Painting by Paul Kane Painting by Paul Kane


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