- Indian dance
British Columbian American Indian women with red costumes and feathered head-dresses dancing. 1951 Colour linocut from 4 blocks (yellow ochre, light cobalt blue, vermilion, red), on oriental laid tissue Ed.29/75
- Height: 222 millimetres
- Width: 211 millimetres
Inscription ContentSigned in pencil, titled and numbered
This was the 1952 Presentation Print for the Society of Canadian Painter-Etchers and Engravers. It is the first print by Andrews to show Canadian subject-matter following her emigration to Vancouver Island in 1947.
British XXc Mounted Roy
18 February 1993
Reason for treatment
Flatten turnovers (don't repair pin holes), mount.(
Paper creased at corners.
Relaxed in a chamber with damp blotters and Gore-tex and pressed to remove creases. Inserted into Secol melinex sleeve, opened on three sides and folded over to seal. Attached this edge to mount with 3M Magic Tape 810 (cellulose acetate carrier, acrylic adhesive).
- Associated with: British Columbia
- (Americas,North America,Canada,British Columbia)
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Object reference number: PPA98
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