FAH248H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Canadian Art, Magic Lantern, Stadacona

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FAH248H1 Canadian Painting
Lecture 2: Tuesday January 16th
What is Canada? What is Painting?
lantern slide by Frederick Alexcee, n.d
Before and After the Great Horizon
Show at AGO 2013-2014 between partnered with Smithsonian
National boundaries between CAD and US are ephemeral
Representing territorial borders
Hammer copper piece by Michael Belmore (ojibway), Shorelines
1491: Indigenous cultures
Boundaries, national and cultural entities
Migrating groups/ cultures shifting along region of America before contact with
Europeans
Indigenous Painting
-From the Codex of Canadians
Louis Nicolas, Man of the Outaouak Nation, c. 1674-1680
-Painting Technique documentary accounts by European visitors (French)
Painted Tobacco Bag, Great Lakes Culture, ca 1700-1721
Shifting Borders of Colonial Powers in North America
-New France
-Great Britain
-Spain
Trade Routes: Fur Trade in Canada, 1930
How it shaped territorial orders and political institutions
Drive to find beaver pelts by interested market in Europe further pushed
exploration in Canada
Influence of indigenous people in these interactions
Key Dates
-1535- France establishes the colony of Canada at Stadacona (later Quebec City)
-1713- Treaty of Urecht: Britain assumes control of Nova Scotia
-1791-
Canada at The Crossroads I
Nicolas Poussin, Et in Arcadian ego,
Canada has been shaped by other outside forces
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