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Sagayenkwaraton (baptized Brant). Named Sa Ga Yeath Qua Pieth Tow, King of the Maquas (Mohawk)  

Date(s)

1710

Place of creation

England

1 painting : oil on canvas ; 91.5 x 64.3 (support).
Support: 64.500 x 91.500 cm
Platemark: cm
Inventory no.: op0127

Scope and content

Item is a portrait of Sagayenkwaraton (baptized Brant) by John Verelst.

Graphic (art)
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Graphic (art)
Copy negative C-092419
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Graphic (art)
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Box
from OP-0127/X1 to OP-0127/X3 Item no. assigned by LAC 2
90: Open
Other accession no.
1977-035 PIC
00002

Terms of use

Credit: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1977-35-2 Acquired with a special grant from the Canadian government in 1977
Copyright: Expired

Additional name(s)

Additional information

aFor more information concerning this work see The Four Indian Kings John G. Garratt, The Four Indian Kings (Ottawa: Public Archives of Canada, 1985), Painted Past (Ottawa; Painted Past (Ottawa: Public Archives of Canada, 1984), pp. 59-62, cat nos. 32-35; and Facing History (Ottawa: National Archives of Canada, 1993), p. 6, cat. no. 6.

Custodial history
Commissioned for the court of Queen Anne, the paintings appear to have passed from the Royal Collection into the collection of the Petre family of Kent, sometime in the 1830s, and thence continued by family descent to the vendor.

Accompanying material note
aJuly 1977 - the work is in an 18th century period frame.

Availability of other formats note
Colour transparency available
aDigitization project: Treasured Memories.

Exhibitions note
Exhibition title: The Four Indian Kings. Curators: Martha E. Cooke, National Archives of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario; 1977.10.16 - 1977.11.20.
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
Inscribed. Signed. Dated.
Inscription: Inscribed recto: in brushpoint l.l. "Sa Ga Yeath Qua Pieth Tow. / King of the Maquas - 1710".

Conservation
aJuly 1977 - the painting received treatment in P.A.C. conservation section.

Subject heading

1. Aboriginal.
2. SUBJ. - Portrait : Aboriginal - Sa Ga Yeth Qua Pieth Tow, N.A. Indian King of the Maquas, 1710.
3. Indian.

Private

Other system control no.

2836995