Born in Temagami, Ontario, Chee Chee largely taught himself to draw and paint. He was a prominent member of the second generation of Woodland Indian painters, a native art movement that began in the early nineteen-sixties and has since become one of the important art schools in Canada. Unlike many of his contemporaries, Chee Chee pursued an economical graphic style, a reduction of line and image more in keeping with mainstream international modern art.
- Framed Dimensions: approx. 12" x 14.25"
- Image Dimensions: 5.5" x 7.75"
- Made in Canada
All proceeds go towards the United Indians' programs and services which support the urban Native community.