Medium: Serigraph on Arches paper (S: 3+∙Re∙Rmr∙Tlb∙Tsd∙Tsa)
Edition size: Known (S: 3+∙Re∙Rm∙Tle∙Tlb∙Tsd∙Tsa)
Artist Proof: Unknown
Paper size: Known (S: 2∙Re∙Tlb∙Tsd∙Tsa)
Image size: Known (S: 1∙Re∙Tsa)
Year: 1976 (S: 3+∙Re∙Rm∙Rmr∙Tpw∙Tle∙Tlb∙Tsd∙Tsa)
Printmaker: Triple K Cooperative Inc. (S: 3+∙Re∙Rm∙Rmr∙Tle∙Tlb∙Tsd∙Tsa)
`While visiting Norval at his home in Beardmore, Ontario in 1978, he playfully told me that he had painted this split-image of the otter as a spoof to the art critics of the era who were trying to intellectually define Aboriginal art`.
Michal Liggett, art dealer, May 2010.
– Page 167; Sinclair, L., & Pollock, J. (1979). The Art of Norval Morrisseau.
Toronto, New York, London, Sydney: Methuen.
– Page 9; ROM Ethnology Department (1977). Contemporary Native Art of
Canada– Silk screens from the Triple K Co-operative, Red Lake, Ontario
(The ROM show, exhibition 15 May till 30 June 1977). Toronto: ROM.
– Seneca College permanent Art Collection
– Existance of Artist Proof(s)
– Confirmation Paper size
– Confirmation Image size
– Additional info or reference material and Liturature (books, magazines, exhibits, original promotion material)