Chiefswood

Painting Description

Standing half-hidden on the bank of the Grand River near Brantford, Chiefswood was built by the father of poetess Pauline Johnson. Her father was a Mohawk chief and this national site is still maintained by the Six Nations Confederacy. It is a pretty, unimposing building, unfortunately not very well signed from the highway which runs 200 yards from its back door.

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Additional information

SEASON

Spring

LOCATION

Canadian

MEDIUM VALUE

Acrylic

YEAR

2005

ORIGINAL SIZE

12" x 16"

BASE VALUE

Masonite

IMAGE ID

2871

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