Archive / Grizzly Bear; Gia-La

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  1. Chief Henry Speck, Grizzly Bear (Gia-La), 1962
Item Details

Title: Grizzly Bear; Gia-La

Artist: Chief Henry Speck

Date: 1962

Format: Print [silkscreen]

Location: City of Vancouver Archives

Fonds: MOA ID Nb3.1401

Size: 31.20 × 48.20 cm

More Information: An earlier foray into silkscreen printing. This print relates to a number of prints made about the same time, later given to Audrey Hawthorn in 1973. Courtesy UBC Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver, Canada, Nb3.1401. Jessica Bushey photographer.

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