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Artist / Maker : Alfred, Eugene
Title : Two Eagles
Date (Execution) : 1999
Geographical Origin : Yukon Territory; British Columbia; Canada
Cultural Group : Northern Tutchone, Selkirk, Tlingit
Style / Period : Contemporary 1950 -
Medium / Material  : Serigraph
Support / Technique : paper
Object Type : screen prints
Visual Description : First Nations print of two Eagles in green, black and red. Rectangular composition.
Accession # : U014.3.3
Width (cm) : 27.50
Height (cm) : 36.00
Depth (cm) :
Mandatory Credit : Gift from the Collection of George and Christiane Smyth
Artist Statement : "The red formline represents life, and is the secondary formline colour. The black formline represents the opposite of life, and is the primary colour [of the design]. The blue-green formline represents the sky, and is a spiritual colour. The Eagle is turning in mid-air and is coming down towards the ground or water after its prey. The Eagle has its claw ready for action. The second Eagle is in the wing of the main Eagle, The second Eagle is created in a blue-green formline, with red lips and nose." --Eugene Alfred