James Henderson: Wicite Owapi Wicasa, the man who paints the old men, documents the first thoroughly researched retrospective of works by the artist and is available for purchase at the Gallery Shop. The 223-page book, priced at $60, traces Henderson’s life and times, and is lavishly illustrated with the artist’s portraits and landscape paintings. Please direct all purchase inquiries to the Gallery Shop at (306) 975 7616.
Chronology of the Life, Career, Art, and Legacy of James Henderson
James Henderson: A Reflected Life
Rethinking Indigenous History: James Henderson’s Paintings As Mnemonic Icons
Qu’Appelle, circa 2009
LINDA MANY GUNS
SpiritWarriors of the High Plains
Plains Cree Men’s Clothing (1895 – 1926)
Profiles of Standing Buffalo, Tatanka Najin (1833–1871)
Note on James Henderson’s materials and signatures
Publication credits & information:
Directed funding for the research, production, circulation of this exhibition and this book was provided by Museum Assistance Program of the Department of Canadian Heritage, John M. and Ethelene Gareau, Calgary and PotashCorp. This support is gratefully acknowledged.
© Copyright Mendel Art Gallery, 2010. Essays © copyrighted to publisher and authors.
Editor: Fine Line Editing, Morna Greuel, Saskatoon
Design: Susan Chafe, Winnipeg, MB
Printer: Freisens, Altona MB
Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication
Henderson, James, 1871-1951
James Henderson : wicite owapi wicasa / curators, Dan
Ring, Neal McLeod ; essays by Dan Ring … [et al.].
Catalogue of a travelling exhibition held first at the Mendel
Art Gallery from Sept. 25, 2009 to Jan. 8, 2010.
Includes bibliographical references.
Text in English and French; includes some text in
Blackfoot, Cree and Dakota.
1. Henderson, James, 1871-1951–Exhibitions. 2. Indians of
North America–Canada–Folklore. 3. Indians in art. I. Ring, Dan
II. McLeod, Neal III. Mendel Art Gallery IV. Title.
ND249.H45A4 2009 759.11 C2009-903973-7E