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Home » Newswire » Confederation College awaits word on police probe into stolen Morrisseau art – Tbnewswatch.com
by ahnationtalk on February 12, 2019103 Views
Two pieces taken in early 1981 have been discovered in Montreal.
THUNDER BAY — Nearly four decades after they were stolen from Confederation College, two valuable Norval Morrisseau paintings have turned up in Montreal.
College officials are anxious to hear the outcome of a Quebec provincial police investigation.
The paintings, Demi-God Figure One and Demi-God Figure Two, were taken in 1981 from the wall behind the front desk in the college’s Shuniah Building.
Two pieces by First Nations artist Carl Ray were taken from the building around the same time.
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