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  1. Ellen Neel, Silk screen printing frames, 1969
Item Details

Title: Screens

Artist: Ellen Neel

Date: 1969

Format: Print [silkscreen]

Location: Royal BC Museum

Fonds: CN# 17159

More Information: Silkscreens belonging to Ellen Neel, first Northwest Coast printmaker. The design was likely used for printing on fabric such as scarves and features Raven design in four corners,  Collection of the Royal BC Museum, 17159.

Further Research: Aboriginal Art in the Sixties
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  2. 10. Haida Spirit
    Pat McGuire  (Painting)
  3. 11. Liberal Party fundraiser at the Seaforth Armory
    Michael de Courcy (Photograph)
  4. 12. BC Indian Leader Predicts Large Migration to Cities, Vancouver Sun, May 17, 1967
  5. 13. Ellen Neel and son David
    Ellen Neel and David Neel (Photograph)
  6. 14. Indian Art, Vancouver Sun, July 6, 1948
    Ted Neel and Ellen Neel (Ephemera)
  7. 15. What the Heck Says Mr. Speck: The Chief Gives a Tootle for the Talents of Kwakiutl, Vancouver Sun, March 24, 1961
    Chief Henry Speck (Ephemera)