Awards and Collections

Norval Morrisseau


1995 Eagle Feather from the Assembly of First Nations, Ottawa 
1980 Honorary Doctorate of Laws Degree 
McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario 
1978 Order of Canada 
1970 Appointed a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Art (RCAA) 


Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario 
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario 
Art Gallery of Windsor, Toronto, Ontario 
Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, Ontario 
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce of Collection 
Canadian Museum of Civilization, Ottawa, Ontario 
Citicorp of Canada Ltd., Toronto, Ontario 
City Hall Collection, Toronto, Ontario 
City of Toronto Collection, Toronto, Ontario 
Confederation Centre Art Gallery and Museum, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island 
Constellation Hotel, Toronto, Ontario 
Crown Life Insurance, Toronto, Ontario 
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Gatineau, Quebec 
Dodd’s Coal Mines, South Edmonton, Alberta 
Etobicoke Board of Education, Etobicoke, Ontario 
Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta 
Government of Ontario Collection, Toronto, Ontario 
Guardian Capital Group, Toronto, Ontario 
Hart House Art Gallery, University of Toronto, Ontario 
Humber College Collection, Toronto, Ontario 
Imperial Oil of Canada, Toronto and Calgary 
Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario 
McMichael Canadian Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario 
Manitoba Centennial Corporation, Winnipeg, Manitoba 
Montreal Museum of Fine Art, Montreal, Quebec 
Montreal Trust Company Collection 
Musée du Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec 
National Gallery of Canada 
Noranda Mines Collection, Toronto, Ontario 
Noreen Energy Resources Ltd. 
Northern Telecom, Toronto, Ontario 
Oakville Centennial Gallery, Oakville, Ontario 
Ondaatje Corporation, Toronto, Ontario 
Ontario Centennial Committee Collection 
Proctor and Gamble, Toronto, Ontario 
Province of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba 
Robertson Art Centre, Binghampton, NY 
Ross Memorial Hospital, Lindway, Ontario 
Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario 
Seneca College, Toronto, Ontario 
Simon Fraser Gallery, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia 
The Toronto Star, Toronto, Ontario 
Thunder bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, Ontario 
Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba 

Selected Solo Exhibitions 

2006 The National Gallery, Ottawa Canada 
Norval Morrisseau, Shaman Artist 

2006 Steffich Fine Art, Salt Spring Island, BC 
Norval Morrisseau : Pictorial Legends 

2002 Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, Ontario 
Evolution: Four Decades of Work by Norval Morrisseau 

2001 Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, Brandon, Manitoba 
Norval Morrisseau: The Red Lake Years 

1999 Kinsman Robinson Galleries, Toronto, Ontario 
Norval Morrisseau, Bridging the Past to the Future 
Norval Morrisseau: New Works on Paper 

1997 Kinsman Robinson Galleries, Toronto, Ontario 
Norval Morrisseau: Travels to the House of Invention 

1994 Kinsman Robinson Galleries, Toronto, Ontario 
Honouring First Nations – Norval Morrisseau 

1992 Kinsman Robinson Galleries, Toronto, Ontario 
The Spirit Within: Early Paintings by Norval Morrisseau 
Jenkins/Showler Galleries, Whiterock, British Columbia 

1991 Kinsman Robinson Galleries, Toronto, Ontario 
Norval Morrisseau 
Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario 
1990 Kinsman Robinson Galleries Toronto, Ontario 
Norval Morrisseau:The Shaman’s Return 

1989 The Art Emporium, Vancouver, British Columbia 

1988 Sinclair Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia 

1987 Gulf Canada Gallery, Alberta 

1984 Ontario North Now, Ontario Place, Toronto, Ontario 
Library AA Gallery, Brampton, Ontario 

1983 Art Imperial Gallery, Toronto, Ontario 
Native American Centre for the Living Arts, Niagara Falls, N.Y., USA 
Thunder Bay National Exhibition Centre and Centre for Indian Art 

Thunder Bay, Ontario Norval Morrisseau: Recent Work 

1982 Robertson Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario 
Norval Morrisseau 
The New Man Gallery, London, Ontario 
Nexus Art Gallery, Toronto, Ontario 
Moore Gallery Ltd., Hamilton, Ontario 
Masters Gallery, Calgary, Alberta 
Scarborough Public Library, Ontario 
Legacy Art Gallery, Toronto, Ontario 

1981 Pollock Gallery, Toronto, Ontario 
Anthony’s Gallery, Toronto, Ontario; Vancouver, British Columbia 
Thunder Bay National Exhibition Centre and Centre for Indian Art 
Thunder Bay, Ontario 

1980 Canadian Galleries, Edmonton, Alberta 
Bayard Gallery, New York, N.Y, USA 

1979 Pollock Gallery, Toronto, Ontario 
Oakville Centennial, Gairloch Galleries, Oakville, Ontario 
The Gallery Stratford, Stratford, Ontario 
Cardigan-Milne Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba 

1978 First Canadian Place, Toronto, Ontario 

1977 The Pollock Gallery, Toronto, Ontario 
Norval Morrisseau, Copper Thunderbird – Man Who Became a Thunderbird 
Graphic Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia 

1976 Pollock Gallery Toronto, Ontario 
Oakville Centennial Gairloch Galleries, Oakville, Ontario 

1975 Shayne Gallery, Montreal, Quebec 

Pollock Gallery, Toronto, Ontario 
Gallery 115, Winnipeg, Manitoba 

1974 Beau-xi Gallery, Toronto, Ontario 
Pollock Gallery, Toronto, Ontario 

1972 Pollock Gallery, Toronto, Ontario 

1969 Norval Morrisseau: Peintre indien du Grand Nord Canadien 
Gallerie Saint-Paul, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, France 

1967 Musée du Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec 
Pollock Gallery, Toronto, Ontario 
La Galerie Cartier, Montreal, Quebec 

1965 Galerie Agnes Lefort, Montreal, Quebec 
Images Du Folklore Indien – Norval Morrisseau, An Ojibway Artist 
Hart House Gallery, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario 

1964 Red Door Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba 

1962-63 Pollock Gallery, Toronto, Ontario 

Films / Videos 

2005 A Separate Reality: the Life and Times of Norval Morrisseau 
Carvallo, Paul (Producer), for the Life and Times Canada’s Premiere Biography Series, CBC 

2004 Stories from the 7th Fire “Winter” 
Coyes, Greg, animation based on art of Norval Morrisseau 

1990 Shaman Never Die 
Lamothe, Arthur (Director/Producer), Atelier Audio Visuelle, Montreal 
The Originals (film) Norval Morrisseau 
Znaimer, Moses; Jim Hanley, City TV, Toronto, Ontario 

1982 Spirits Speaking Through: Canadian Woodland Artists 
CBC Spectrum Series 

1974 The Paradox of Norval Morrisseau 
Jacobsen, Henning Productions Ltd.; Duke Redbird (Director) 
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 

1973 The Colours of Pride 
Jacobsen, Henning Productions Ltd. 
National Film Board of Canada and Indian and Northern Affairs