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Leaving The Dragons' Mouth
Author: Robinson, Michael
Category: Other Merchandise
Publisher: Self-Published 1997
Condition: Very Good
Notes: About the painting. Acrylic/oil on canvas, measures 10 x 14 inches, without the wooden box frame. Signed, dated, and titled backside of canvas. Small indent upper right quadrant of canvas. Frame has small nicks and wear. Overall it is in very nice condition. Michael Robinson (1948–2010) was a Canadian artist and poet of Cree and English heritage, who was noted for his investigation of Indigenous, spiritual, and environmental themes. Robinson’s work resides in the permanent collections of a number of prominent institutions, such as the Canadian Museum of Civilization, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the McMichael Gallery. Additional photos available upon request. We're not satisfied unless you are.
Price: $5,000.00
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