Artworks by Marianne
Historical Depiction Artist and Contemporary Artist
Are you Interested in paintings depicting history, music, literature, and cultures?
I am excited to share my artworks with you!
There is a story behind every painting, and the stories inspire the art.
My paintings depict subjects who inspire me, history, and diverse people and places where I have lived. Please see "About" page.
Signature artwork. Oil Painting titled "Pilgrims to Nara, Japan". Tōdai-ji 東大寺.
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Original Paintings by Artist Marianne L'Heureux for Sale - 2023
Marguerite Vincent Lawinonkié (1783-1865) was a famous Wendat craftswoman who helped save the Huron-Wendat community ( Quebec, Canada). In 2008, the Canadian government deemed her a 'Person of National Historic Significance' for the quality of her art. When she was twenty-four, she married Paul Picard Hondawonhont in Jeune-Lorette. She supported the family through her artisan needlework, mainly creating snowshoes and mocassins embroidered with porcupine quills and moose hair. These works would become renowned in Quebec and Britain. Several of her finest works, such as the headdress she made for her son, Francois-Xavier Picard Tahourenche, who became Grand Chief of the Huron-Wendat, are preserved in museums.
Her former home has been preserved and converted into an interpretive and cultural center.