Book - The Morrisseau Papers: An Inside Story by: Hazel Fulford and Robert Lavack
The Morrisseau Papers: An Inside Story
By: Hazel Fulford and Robert Lavack
124 pages, paperback
The story of Norval Morrisseau's life is the story of a man whose inner self was lost in the wilderness between two worlds that each had a claim on him. From this wilderness emerged a brilliant array of images that captivated the art world. He was awarded the highest tribute of the Ojibwa. The Great Eagle Feather, and from our government he received the Order of Canada.
Norval reaped many other honours. However, the spotlight that attends fame could not penetrate the dark core where conflicts lurked that he could not resolve. Genius is often referred to as a gift. Yet Norval paid a heavy price to become one of the greatest Canadian artists of the twentieth century.
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