Kinsman Robinson Galleries (KRG) enjoyed a long, close association with Norval Morrisseau, C.M., LL.D., D.Litt., RCA, RSC. The gallery welcomed Norval Morrisseau to the stable in 1989 and hosted his comeback exhibition "The Shaman's Return", an event which wowed collectors and critics one year later. KRG’s principals possess extensive experience and knowledge of Morrisseau’s art. KRG acted as Norval Morrisseau's primary gallery from 1989 until his death in 2007, so we’re well-versed in Morrisseau’s genuine paintings and their unique qualities. KRG specializes in Norval Morrisseau art of exceptional calibre and significance. Since 2008, KRG has consistently held biennial Norval Morrisseau retrospectives with accompanying full-colour catalogues.
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