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Togetherness as One Family - First Born Baby by Canadian Artist Eugene Morriseau Limited edition print on stretched canvas with wrapped sides, approximately 20" x 11" x 1.5". The print comes with a certificate of authenticity, signed and numbered by the Artist.
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Eugene Morriseau is the third son of a world renowned First Nation Artist, Norval and Harriet Morrisseau. He was born in 1964, in Red Lake, Ontario.Eugene Morriseau
 
He spent his early childhood years with his parents in Sandy Lake First Nation, a fly-in reserve 150 miles north of Red Lake Ontario. When he was five, he moved to Red Lake to live with his grandparents, Patricia and David Kakegamic (parents of artist, Goyce Kakegamic). He attended school until he was 14 years old and moved back to Sandy Lake with his grandparents.

Eugene married Joan Kakegamic in 1982 and had four children. In 2001 they separated and Eugene moved to Thunder Bay where he lives today, returning often to Sandy Lake to be with his family and friends.