Jackson Beardy “Life Cycle” L/E Serigraph Native West Coast Canadian Artist Hunter w Bear


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Jackson Beardy (Canada/Manitoba, 1944 - 1984) “Life Cycle”, 1976, serigraph on Arches paper, numbered 69 of an edition of 100. Titled, numbered and signed in pencil at bottom. Framed in metal frame, matted under glass. Measures 29.25in x 24.25in framed and 24.75in x 19.5in sight. Condition: Small lentil-size water spot at lower left above title, very faint toning at edges where print meets mat board. These are noticeable only under scrutiny and do not detract from the power of the image.
Jackson Beardy (also known as Quincy Pickering Jackson Beardy), Oji-Cree artist (born 24 July 1944 at Island Lake, MB; died 8 December 1984 in Winnipeg, MB). Beardy was part of the Woodlands School of Indigenous art, and in 1973 he became part of a group of Indigenous artists popularly known as the Indian Group of Seven. His stylized artworks — sometimes painted on canvas, birch bark or beaver skins — were often concerned with the interdependence of humans and nature. They also tended to depict figures from Ojibwe and Cree oral traditions. From the late 1960s to his death in the early 1980s, Beardy promoted Indigenous art as a valid category of contemporary art. His influence as a Woodland artist has contributed to the development of contemporary Indigenous art in Canada. - The Canadian Encyclopedia.

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