Daphne Odjig (1919-2016) – Photolithography (2) and Art Card – Canada – 1970-1979
Collection of artwork, 2 photolithographs and an Art Card by the Canadian-Indian artist Daphne Odjig (Daphne Beavon, 1919-2016).
Daphne Odjig is a Canadian artist of Aboriginal descent. She was born on September 11, 1919 and grew up on the Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve on Manitoulin Island (Lake Huron), Ontario. Daphne Odjig is the daughter of Dominic Odjig and Joyce Peachey. Her father and her grandfather, chief Jonas Odjig, were Potawatomi, descendants of the great chief Black Partridge. Her mother was an English war bride. The Odjig family belonged to the Potawatomi who migrated north and settled in Wikwemikong after the War of 1812. The Potawatomi (keepers of the fire) were members of the Ojibwa and Odawa, of the Three Fires Confederacy of the Great Lakes.
Her work depicts a wide range of subjects, ranging from legendary effigies to socio-economic statements about Native American culture. Colourful, figurative and authentic. Her works can be found in various collections of museums, galleries and private collections all over the world.
Silk screens, photolithographs and art cards have always been a big part of Odjig's creativity, of which we can offer you here 3: Arms of Security, Devotion and an art card of Arms of Security, Woodland Indian Art Card series N° 9095. Allen in perfect condition and stylish, modern framed.
Art Card: 23x15.5cm
These items are shipped via the official Belgian postal service BPost with track and trace and insurance in case of breakage or loss during transport, included in the shipping price.