Norval Morriseau was known as the Picasso of the North. This is an original Ojibwe painting called Woodland Floral applied to the change purse.
Morriseau is an Ojibwe artist who was born and died in Ontario. He did his first sketches at the age of 6. His first painting was done on birch bark. Norval had a eminent, yet troubled career. Although there were hardships along the way, he had many successful exhibitions in renowned galleries and received the Order of Canada in 1978.
Norval Morriseau has an abstract and very colorful way of painting his images. This is shown in his depiction of a floral woodland setting. The red, blue and purple is set over a light purple background.
The synthetic leather coin purses measure 14 cm x 10 cm x 2.5 cm. It has a zip-closure, 3 card slots as well as a zippered interior compartment.