To submit a comment, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Description found in Archives
Place of creation
No place, unknown, or undetermined
Support: 43.200 x 27.800 cm (whole sheet)
Secondary support: 51.900 x 36.200 cm (mount)
Scope and content
The group of two Indians with a dead deer beside an overturned canoe, (l.l.) was used in an undated watercolour (Kaspar Gallery, Toronto,) 'An Exhibition of Thirty-one Paintings and Watercolours by Thomas Mower Martin 1838-1934.' [Feb. 23 - Mar. 26, 1982], Col. No. 15 (illus): "Beach with Hunters and Fallen Buck, Evening" signed l.r.
No restrictions on access or on use for
reproduction or publication
Copy negative C-114474
A136-01 Item no. assigned by LAC 52
Credit: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1981-55-52 Acquired with the assistance of a grant from the minister of Communications under the terms of the Cultural Property Export and Import Act
Artist: Martin, Thomas Mower, 1838-1934.
Signatures and inscriptions
Inscription: Inscribed recto, in pencil l.r.: North Shore Indians Lake Superior; on Bushnell Collection Label on the frame backing, typewritten, u.r.: 131; in black ink, u.r.: 41.72/429; in pencil, u.r.: 429; typewritten C.: Thomas Mower Martin 1838/About the Year 1880.
3. GEOG. - ONT. : Lake Superior, ca. 1880?
4. SUBJ. - Natives : Portrait Of Group Of Indians With Dead Deer Beside Overturned Canoe, ca. 1880?
5. SUBJ. - Animal - Deer.
6. SUBJ. - Transportation : Water - Canoe.
7. SUBJ. - Natives : Rituals, Tribes, Hunting.
Other system control no.
- Date modified: