Allen (Allan) Fredrick Sapp
(1929 - 2015)
Allen (Allan) Fredrick Sapp was active/lived in Saskatchewan / Canada. Allen Sapp is known for painting, graphic, illustration-Cree Indian narrative themes.
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Biography Allen (Allan) Fredrick Sapp
Allen Sapp OC, SOM, RCA, LL.D (1929)
Allen Sapp (AKA: Allan Sapp, AKA: Kiskayetum) is a prominent Canadian painter, graphic artist and illustrator. He's most known for narrative works depicting life on a Cree Indian reserve.
He was born on the Red Pheasant Reserve, Saskatchewan and moved to his current home the nearby town of North Battleford in 1961. (1)
His mediums include oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache*, tempera*, colored pencil, pencil, pen & ink and charcoal. His primary subject is his vivid memories of life on the reserve. The genre* images are of hunting, collecting firewood, traditional ceremonies, Indian culture, play (hockey), interiors, snow scenes, portraits, animals, birds, horse drawn sl
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