Anna Perenna  "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter
Anna Perenna  "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter
Anna Perenna  "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter
Anna Perenna  "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter
Anna Perenna  "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter
Anna Perenna  "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter
Anna Perenna  "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter
Anna Perenna  "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter
Anna Perenna  "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter
Anna Perenna  "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter
Anna Perenna  "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter
Anna Perenna  "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter
Anna Perenna  "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter
Anna Perenna

Anna Perenna "Arctic Spring" Complete 4 Plate Series, Inuit Art by Nori Peter

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Condition: Perfect, in original boxes with signed certificates of authenticity for all 4 plates.

Limited edition, only 9500 of each plate were produced. Individually signed by the artist and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. 9.5" plates are in perfect unused condition. The boxes may have slight wear on the edges. due to storage and transportation.

Plates

  1. Patience
  2. Proud Mother
  3. We like it
  4. The Race

Artist

Nori Peter immigrated to Canada in 1956. She opened a gallery in Toronto where she met many of her patrons and collectors. Sometime in 1965 she was invited to see Canada's north and it was then that she started to paint the Inuit people and her sensitive romantic portrayals of these, especially the children, gained her a reputation enough to be asked by Eaton's College Street Art Gallery in Toronto to display her paintings. Her images were noticed by Kaiser Porcelain, The Bradford Exchange and Anna Perenna. These companies produced wall plates bearing Nori's work. She moved to Curve Lake to live after her 17 years in Toronto. Her work is represented in several corporate collections as well as the University of Calgary Gallery, The Edmonton Art Gallery, The Provincial Art Gallery of Newfoundland & Labrador, and the National Gallery of Canada.