Mint - Never Hinged - Very Fine
Used - Very Fine
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The striking beauty and diversity of the face of Canada have always been a source of inspiration to its artists. To celebrate Canada Day, Canada Post Corporation presents a miniature sheet of twelve paintings, each one an artist's interpretation of a scene from the ten provinces and two territories. "Brown Shadows," in the Edmonton Art Gallery, shows the quiet beauty of Saskatchewan's prairie landscape as rendered in charcoal and watercolour by Dorothy Knowles. The sheet layout of all twelve stamps was arranged to enhance each individual stamp. Both the layout and the typography are the work of Jean Morin and Pierre Sasseville of Montreal.
Designed by Jean Morin.
Dorothy Elsie Perehudoff Knowles, "Brown Shadows", 1977 Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta
Canada Post Corporation. [Postage Stamp Press Release], 1982.
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