Robert Davidson is one of Canada’s most respected and important contemporary visual artists. Inspired by his Haida and Tlingit ancestry, his work encompasses carved totem poles, masks and a variety of other media including printing, painting and jewelry. His work is sought by collectors internationally. This a beautiful book to add to a collection.
- Softcover. Size: 10 × 8 inches, 64 pages
- Edited by John Pierce
- Essays by Barbara Brotherton, Sheila Farr, and John Haworth
- Published by the University of Washington Press, Seattle and London