Original Acrylic on Canvas Painting by Ken Lonechild
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Wonderful Original Painting by Canadian Aboriginal Artist Ken Lonechild. Acrylic on canvas with beautiful colours. A great piece that is a little different than much of the work Mr. Lonechild is known for. This is the first time this piece has been made available to the public for purchase as it was originally a gift that was in a private collection. Painted circa 1991. Dimensions are 24”x20”. Shipping is available. $2,500.00.
Ken Lonechild was born in 1960 on the White Bear First Nation, near Carlyle, southeast Saskatchewan Canada. He is the younger brother of renowned painter Michael Lonechild (born 1955), and two younger brothers (John and Ivan) are also artists.
Like his brothers, Ken is a self-taught artist. He paints in acrylics, fondly depicting his boyhood life on the reserve -- in many of his paintings a boy can be seen observing or tagging along as adults work or socialize. Favourite scenes include hunting, fishing, logging, gathering wood, and returning or setting out on expeditions.
Ken Lonechild’s work can be found in many corporate and public collections throughout Canada, and in the United States and Europe.