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Description found in Archives
Place of creation
Support: 64.500 x 91.500 cm
Inventory no.: op0127
Scope and content
Item is a portrait of Sagayenkwaraton (baptized Brant) by John Verelst.
Protective supervision is required durin
Copy negative C-092419
from OP-0127/X1 to OP-0127/X3 Item no. assigned by LAC 2
Credit: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1977-35-2 Acquired with a special grant from the Canadian government in 1977
Artist: Verelst, John, 1648-1734.
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aDigitization project: Treasured Memories.
Exhibition title: People of the Great Peace. Curators: Albany Institute of Art and History, Albany, New York; 1981.10.30 - 1982.04.23.
Exhibition title: The Convenant Chain- Indian Ceremonial and Trade Silver and the Four Indian Kings. Curators: McCord Museum, Montreal, Quebec; 1982.10.25 - 1983.03.20.
Exhibition title: The Painted Past / La Passé au Peinture. Curators: Staff of the National Archives, National Archives of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario; 1984.10.02 - 1984.10.31. Further venue: Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, British Colombia;1987.04.10 - 1987.06.07.
Further venue: McCord Museum, Montreal, Quebec; 1987.07.08 - 1988.01.03.
Further venue: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia; 1989.06.01 - 1989.07.11.
Exhibition title: Facing History : portraits from the National Archives of Canada / Face à Face : portraits des Archives des nationales du Canada. Curators: Lydia Foy, Sylvie Gervais, Peter Robertson, National Archives of Canada, cat. no.: cat. no. 6. Further venue: National Archives of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, 1993.05.27-1993.09.06.
Exhibition Title: Treasured Memories: 125th Anniversary of the National Archives. Curator: Martin Tétreault, National Archives of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario; 1997.05.14-1998.01.
Exhibition title: Body Art: Marks of Identity. Curators: American Museum of Natural History, New Yok, New York, American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York; 1999.11.16 - 2000.5.29.
Exhibition Title: One Man's Trash is Another Man's Treasure. Curator: Ineke H. Tirion-Beijerink, Museum Boymans-Van Beuningen Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands; 1995.10.01-1996.01.07.
Exhibition title: Between Worlds : Voyagers to Britain 1700-1850. Curators: The National Portrait Gallery, London, United Kingdom; 2007.03.08 - 2007.06.17
Exhibition Title: Treasured Memories 2. Curator: Martin Tétrault, National Archives of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario; 1998.02-1998.09.
Exhibition title: Four Indian Kings. Curators : Portrait Gallery of Canada, Library and Archives Canada; Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC; 2008.09.12 - 2009.01.25
Exhibition title: The "Four Indian Kings" : War and Diplomacy in 1710. Curator : Stéphane Roy, Portrait Gallery of Canada, Library and Archives Canada; Canadian Museum of Civilization 2010.06.10 - 2010.09.06.
Exhibition title: Crossing Paths: The "Four Indian Kings" and the work of Jeff Thomas and Shelley Niro. Curators : Stéphane Roy and Carolyn Cook, Portrait Gallery of Canada, Library and Archives Canada; Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford, Ontario 2010.10.08 - 2010.12.24.
Exhibition title: Rising to the Occasion: The Long 18th Century. Curators: Ihor Holubizky, McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, Ontario; 2011.09.02 - 2011.11.05.
Exhibition title: On the Trails of The Iroquois. Curators: Henriette Pleiger, Art & Exhibition Hall, Bonn, Germany; 2013.03.22 2013.08.04 Further venue: Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany; 2013.10.18 2014.01.06
Signatures and inscriptions
Inscription: Inscribed recto: in brushpoint l.l. "Sa Ga Yeath Qua Pieth Tow. / King of the Maquas - 1710".
Varying form of title
2. SUBJ. - Portrait : Aboriginal - Sa Ga Yeth Qua Pieth Tow, N.A. Indian King of the Maquas, 1710.
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