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Nicholas De Grandmaison

(18921978 ) - Artworks
GRANDMAISON de Nicholas Indian Chief

Heffel /Nov 30, 2013
6,260.44 - 8,347.25
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Nicholas De Grandmaison - Papoose In Pigtails

Nicholas De Grandmaison - Papoose In Pigtails

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Lot number: 26
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NICHOLAS DE GRANDMAISON PAPOOSE IN PIGTAILS pastel signed 11 ins x 8.75 ins; 27.9 cms x 22.2 cms Provenance: Private Collection, Ontario Literature: Hugh A. Dempsey, History in Their Blood , Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver/Toronto, 1982, page 16. Note: De Grandmaison did not often title his portraits of women and children, preferring to label them generically as “Squaw” or “Papoose.” Belatedly, he realized the historical significance of recording the names of all his subjects, as he did for the Indian Chiefs he drew. Nonetheless, his portraits of children such as this lot were far from being stock types and were said to be so faithful to their subjects that, according to Dempsey, a relative might exclaim: “Ki-ai-yowww” or “it’’s just like him (or her).”
Nicholas De Grandmaison - Tom Bull, Cree, Hobbema

Nicholas De Grandmaison - Tom Bull, Cree, Hobbema

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Lot number: 76
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Canadian RCA [1892-1978] TOM BULL, CREE, HOBBEMA; ca 1946 pastel on paper 17.75 x 13.75 in. (45.1 x 34.9 cm) signed; titled verso Provenance: Estate of Eric Connelly, Calgary Note: Also known as Good Man (Pahkakino), illustrated plate 46, page 96 "History in Their Blood" (Hugh A. Dempsey, Douglas & McIntyre, 1985) with the caption: ..."Like his father (Chief Muddy Bull), Good Man farmed and provided leadership for his people, particularly through the Indian Association of Alberta. He was one of the most popular and respected men on the four reserves that made up the Hobbema agency." Reference: A portrait of this subject (oil on canvas board) can be found in the collection of the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery (Accession #1994 373).
Nicholas De Grandmaison - Papoose In Pigtails

Nicholas De Grandmaison - Papoose In Pigtails

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Lot number: 17
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NICHOLAS DE GRANDMAISON PAPOOSE IN PIGTAILS pastel signed 11 ins x 8.75 ins; 27.9 cms x 22.2 cms Private Collection, Oakville De Grandmaison’’s early career began with childrens’’ portrait commissions in Winnipeg. While he would become best-known for his majestic renditions of Native Canadian elders, he continued to do portraits of children, particularly native children.
Nicholas De Grandmaison - Indian Chief

Nicholas De Grandmaison - Indian Chief

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Lot number: 347
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Nicholas de Grandmaison ARCA OC 1892 - 1978 Canadian Indian Chief pastel on paper signed and on verso stamped "Expositions universelles, [indistinct date], m�daille de bronze, EG Paris" 21 x 16 1/4 in 53.3 x 41.3cm Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal Exhibited: Expositions universelles, EG Paris, bronze medal
Nicholas De Grandmaison - Indian Chief

Nicholas De Grandmaison - Indian Chief

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Lot number: 347
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Nicholas de Grandmaison ARCA OC 1892 - 1978 Canadian Indian Chief pastel on paper signed and on verso stamped "Expositions universelles, [indistinct date], mèdaille de bronze, EG Paris" 21 x 16 1/4 in 53.3 x 41.3cm Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal Exhibited: Expositions universelles, EG Paris, bronze medal
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