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Database ID27097
InstitutionUniversity of Saskatchewan Archives
Fonds/CollectionBeth and McGregor Hone fonds
File/Item ReferenceMG183-S860-Sketches-Powwow (Box 38)
Date of creation[198-?]
Physical description/extent1 folder; 31 sketches
Number of images31
Historical noteJohn Ramsey McGregor (Mac) Hone was born in 1920 in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. He was a participant in the early Emma Lake Art Schools, and studied with Gus Kenderdine, Ernest Lindner, Jack Shadbolt, and Will Barnett. He received a BA (1941) from the University of Saskatchewan, and from 1958-1959 studied at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London, England. He taught school in Saskatchewan and British Columbia from 1947-1979; during the 1950s he also taught art class in Moose Jaw for the University of Saskatchewan (Regina Campus). From 1976-1981 he served on the Minister's Committee on the Fine Arts in Education. His artworks included serigraph, woodcut, wood engraving, watercolour, oil, acrylic, photography, and sculpture. Mac died in 2007.
Scope and contentA series of 31 sketches of Indigenous [dancers] in various poses; done in ink on paper. Some titled sketches are: Iroquois; New Mexico; Canadian; Alaskan.
ContributerMac Hone (illustrator)
Copyright expiry dateUnknown
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Primary MediaTextual documents
Provenance Access PointHone, John Ramsey McGregor
Treaty boundariesCanada -- National
Cultural regionGreat Basin
Northwest Coast
Canada -- National
NamesHone, Mac (1920-2007)
SubjectHaudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy)
Date Range(s)1980-1989
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