Lithograph from watercolour
12" x 18" (30cm x 39cm)
- Toronto Star article, Jan. 15, 1944, by Augustus Bridle:
“C.W. Jefferys’ art-greeting to 1944 is a series of six magnificent Indian-chief heads on a calendar. Only a painter with the conviction that true history is not chronology, but the vital record of humanity as a living interpreter of earth could have united the twin arts of detail drawing and revelational color in six such Indian portrait-pictures.”
*Atlas Steels Calendar
- Atlas News, March 1944, Vol. 10, No. 1. This article is from taken from the "Atlas News" a newsletter published monthly and devoted to the interests and activities of the employees of Atlas Steels Limited, Welland, Ontario.
[Waddington’s] Important sale by auction…Nov. 25-30, 1985. Toronto, Waddington’s, 1985. 175 p. Illus. lots 916-921, p. 91: “Iroquois”, “Seneca” illustrated, “Sioux”, “Keewatin”, “Ottawa”, “Nipigon”, all watercolour, 40.6 x 29.8 cm, signed upper left “Nipigon” has inscription and turtle symbol upper left see Bridle, Jan. 15, 1944
I have one of these calendars. Found it in my Parents/Grandparents house in New Zealand when I went back to help clean it out. It's in really good condition. Thought it was too good to recycle. Fantastic pictures.