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Norval Morriseau Man Changing into Thunderbird; Norval Morrisseau, CM, also known as Copper Thunderbird, was an Aboriginal (Ojibway) Canadian artist. Known as the "Picasso of the North", Morrisseau created works depicting the legends of his people Inuit Kunst, Inuit Art, Native American Artists, Canadian Artists, Art Indien, Kunst Der Aborigines, Native Canadian, Woodland Art, Inspiration Art

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Norval Morrisseau X-Ray Painting Lesson Plan: Multicultural Art and Craft Lessons for Kids: KinderArt Aboriginal Education, Art Education, Aboriginal Art, School Art Projects, Art School, National Aboriginal Day, Jr Art, Art Lessons For Kids, Art Curriculum

Norval Morrisseau X-Ray Painting Lesson Plan: Multicultural Art and Craft Lessons for Kids: KinderArt

Students will learn about artist Norval Morrisseau as they create an x-ray painting in the Eastern Woodland Style.

The Woodland School Of Art - is a genre of painting among First Nations and Native American artists from the Great Lakes area - including northern Ontario and southwestern Manitoba. Native American Artists, Canadian Artists, Woodlands School, Postmodern Art, Les Religions, Cactus Art, Indigenous Art, Indian Art, Native American Art

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Norval Morrisseau defied expectations for Indigenous art, drawing on Anishinaabe beliefs and aesthetics to inspire an art movement. Discover the significance of his work. Canadian Painters, Aboriginal Artists, Native American Fashion, Indigenous Art, Canada, Abstract Photos, Native Art, Online Art, Art Lessons

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Morrisseau combined Anishinaabe and Eckankar symbolism in many of his later works, including “Untitled (Shaman Traveller to Other Worlds for Blessings),” c. 1990, National Gallery of Canada. #ArtCanInstitute