Lieutenant John F. Kennedy stands with his mother, Rose, and her parents, Mr. Joseph ‘Honey Fitz’ Fitzgerald (former Mayor of Boston) and his wife Mary Josephine Hannon-Fitzgerald, after a speech at Faneuil Hall in downtown Boston ~ 5 July 1946
Contemporary Aboriginal art in Canada owes an enormous debt to the many Saskatchewan artists who have enriched it with their vast array of artistic expressions. Beginning with the work of ALLEN SAPP, a number of ABORIGINAL ARTISTS working in two- and three-dimensional media, installation, and performance art have created significant works of art that comment on issues related to Aboriginal people in Saskatchewan, such as politics, social concerns, and spiritual matters.
Agostino Brunias, 1728-1796, Italian, active in Britain (1758-1770; 1777-1780s), West Indian Women of Color, with a Child and Black Servant, ca. 1780, Oil on canvas, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection