Land of the Chartreuse Moose
When Jack London came to the Yukon in search of gold in 1893, he found a land raw and inhospitable, where, as he wrote “man is the sole speck of life in a frozen ghostly waste”.
Just sixty years later a art teacher from northern England came to the Yukon, but what he found was a land of abundance and beauty, the Source for the Native people who’d inhabited it for thousands of years. Through his art and understanding of the rhythms of the land, he would become one of Canada’s most popular artists, transforming the way the world would see the North. And yet, he would be shunned by the Canadian art establishment.
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