PAUL KANE: Irish Canadian Romantic Realist portrait and landscape painter of the West: painted Esquimalt, Victoria native scene

Published January 10, 2011 by goyodelarosa

PAUL KANE: Cunnewabum, Metis Girl, Fort Edmonton, 1846

Mah-Min

PAUL KANE: MAH-MIN, circa 1848

Musee des Beaux Arts, Montreal, Quebec

PAUL KANE: Esquimalt village, with canoes returning from gathering camas

PAUL KANE: Juan de Fuca war party, Gibraltar Point, Esquimalt Harbour

PAUL KANE: Juan de Fuca straits

PAUL KANE: FORT VICTORIA DANCERS

PAUL KANE: Fort Victoria dance masks

Self-portrait, c. 1845

PAUL KANE:

SELF PORTRAIT, CIRCA 1845

PAUL KANE IN METIS SKINS

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