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 Daphne Odjig  (1919 - )

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Lived/Active: British Columbia/Manitoba / Canada      Known for: woodland style drawings, illustrations, prints, women, children

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Birth/Death Lived/Active Often Known For
1919 (Wikiwemikong, Manitoulin Island, Canada)
British Columbia/Manitoba / Canada woodland style drawings, illustrations, prints, women, children
* Children's Book, Juvenile Literature Illustration
* Murals: Fresco, Mixed Media, Mosaic and/or Paint

* Acrylic Paint
* Colored Pencil
* Ink
* Oil Paint
* Watercolor/Watercolour

* Abstract Figurative, Human Figure
* Woodland School of Art

* Children, Child Figure, Genre, Portrait
* Female Face and Figure
* Feminist Themes, Women's Suffrage
* Genre, Human Activity
* History: Historical Figures, Sites, Events
* Indians, Native Americans
* Sexual Orientation Themes

Art Association
* Indian Group of Seven, Canada
* Professional Native Indian Artists Association
* Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Elected Member

* Governor General's Award, Canada
* Order of Canada

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* Self Taught

* Cree Indian
* Ojibwe Indian

Exhibition/Expo: Regional/National/International
* Expo 70, Osaka, Japan

Exhibition of Art Association
* Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, London

Exhibition of Museum
* Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery
* Winnipeg Art Gallery

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Rhythm of the Northern Lights
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