The Picasso of First Nations Artists: 
Norval Morrisseau

A reasonable biography on Mr. Morrisseau can be found in Wikipedia...

The images on this page are all of silk-screens, which Morrisseau preferred over lithographs for his limited editions. They are all in stock and for sale in editions of 49 to 99. They are priced at $1250 U.S. and up. The sizes vary slightly, but all are on paper of about 30" by 22" with a border of about 3.5". These silk-screens were all made from original acrylics, some of which are also available for sale, priced from $50,000 U.S. and up.

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Women and children are recurring themes for Morrisseau.

Mother & Child

Mother & Child

Woman & Child

Woman & Child

Morrisseau painted and printed many hexagons.

Shaman & Apprentice

Shaman & Apprentice

Family Protection

Family Protection

The print on the left is a good example of his wry sense of humor, while "Teaching the Young" is part of the theme of nurturing found throughout Morrisseau's work.

Primitive Art Form

Primitive Art Form

Teaching the Young

Teaching the Young

Life In General

Life In General

Youssef And His Friends

Youssef And His Friends

The spiritual was never far from Norval Morrisseau's thoughts or his work.

Spiritual Feast

Spiritual Feast

Shaman and an Image of a Merman

Shaman and an Image of a Merman

Soul Looks Beyond

Soul Looks Beyond

Spiritual Gathering

Spiritual Gathering

Community Development

Community Development

Prodigal Son

Prodigal Son