Visions & Voyages: Image Credit

 

Visions & Voyages: Canada 1663–1763

IMAGE CREDITS

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  1. Photos of night sky © Stuart Heggie, used with kind permission
     
  2. Philippe de Champaigne, Portrait of Louis XIII of France, Heritage Image Partnership Ltd/Alamy Stock Photo
     
  3. Beaver yearling, photo by Cheryl Reynolds, courtesy of Worth a Dam
     
  4. Footage of beaver eating plants, by Anthony Gao, used with permission
     
  5. Title pages from Nicolas Denys, Description géographique et historique des costes de l’Amérique Septentrionale, Paris, 1672, and from Paul Lejeune, Relation de ce qui s’est passé en la Nouvelle France, 1633, Early Canadiana Online
     
  6. Front teeth of beaver, photo by Calle Bredberg/Alamy Stock Photo
     
  7. Tree chewed by beaver, photo by Lenz/Alamy Stock Photo
     
  8. Image of Niagara Falls with beaver colony, from Moll’s New and Exact Map of North America, 1715. Coloured detail, North Wind Picture Archives/Alamy Stock Photo
     
  9. Abraham Bosse, Printers in their workroom, Paris, 1642, Artokoloro Quint Lox Limited/Alamy Stock Photo
     
  10. Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn,The Sampling Officials of the Amsterdam Drapers’ Guild, known as “The Syndics,” 1662, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, used with permission
     
  11. Four birchbark canoes, photo by Ferdy Goode (maker of the canoes), Arbor Vitae, Wisconsin, used with kind permission
     
  12. César’s Bark Canoe, 1971, film by Bernard Gosselin, footage used with kind permission of The National Film Board of Canada
     
  13. School of Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, Child with a drum, Villa Vauban Luxembourg, used with permission of Daderot
     
  14. Kenojuak Ashevac and her adopted son, Arnaqu Ashevak, Cape Dorset, Nunavut, between June and September, 1960, © Library and Archives Canada. Reproduced with permission of Library and Archives Canada.  Source: Library and Archives Canada/Credit: Rosemary Gilliat Eaton/Rosemary Gilliat Eaton fonds/e010975480
     
  15. Photographs of the shore of the St. Lawrence River, and trees in snow/Depositphoto
     
  16. Black-and-white photos of waterways, ice, and rocks, used with kind permission of Simeon Posen
     
  17. Edouard Villacerf, Portrait of Jean-Baptiste Colbert/Alamy Stock Photo
     
  18. Photo of Hall of Mirrors, Versailles, used with kind permission of David New
     
  19. Gobelins Manufactury, Le mois de Décembre, c.1700, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA
     
  20. “Flûte Royale,”c.1663, Atlas nouveau des cartes marines, Paris, 1693
     
  21. Photographs of linen cap and kerchief, c.1700, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
     
  22. Photograph of leather gloves, 17th century, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
     
  23. Bernhard Keil, The Lacemaker, c.1665, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
     
  24. Willem van de Velde, A ship on the High Seas, c.1680, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
     
  25. Photo of barrels and livestock in pen, geogphotos/Alamy Stock Photo
     
  26. Photos of Maison Saint-Gabriel, used by kind permission of Joana Joachim
     
  27. Photo of the parish registry of Adon (page for 1709–10), used with permission of Adon45
     
  28. Henri Bonnart, Recueil des modes de la cour de FranceFille de la Charité, c.1675, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA 
     
  29. Nicolas Bonnart, portraits of two young French women and French Abbé, 1678–1693, Paris France, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
     
  30. Cornelius Krieghoff, Canoes, ART Collection/Alamy Stock Photo
     
  31. Charles Vinh, The Funeral of Kondiaronk, © Charles Vinh, used with kind permission of Charles Vinh
     
  32. Bonfire, photo by Mark Lewis/Alamy Stock Photo
     
  33. Hudson’s Bay Company crest, photo by Qyd—Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0
     
  34. Thomas Mellish, Shipping in the Thames Estuary, between 1761 and 1766, oil on canvas, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, New Haven CO
     
  35. Pieter Angillis, Covent Garden, c.1726, oil on copper, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, New Haven, CO
     
  36. Michael Dahl, Portrait of Queen Anne, 1705, Ian Dagnall/Alamy Stock Photo  
     
  37. John Verelst, Portraits of Sagayenkwaraton, Tejonihokarawa, Onigoheriago, andEtowaucum, 1710, used with permission of Library and Archives Canada.
     
  38. Jan Griffier the Elder, A view of Greenwich from the River with many Boats, 1700–1710, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, New Haven CO
     
  39. Canaletto, The City from Near the Terrace of Somerset House, c.1750, Oil on canvas, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, New Haven CO
     
  40. Photograph of English lock, c.1700, made by John Wilkes, used with permission of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
     
  41. Elias Galli, View of Hamburg, c.1680, Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte, with permission of Other Versions
     
  42. Woodcuts of 18th-century French hatters from Art du chapelier, Abbé Nollet, 1765
     
  43. Philippe Mercier, Sir Edward Hales, Baronet, of Hales Place, Hackington, Kent, 1744, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, Hew Haven CO
     
  44. Allan Ramsay, Portrait of George III, c.1765GL Archive/Alamy Stock Photo
     
  45. Photograph of Aboriginal family near Prince Albert, SK, 1919, © McCord Museum, used with permission
     
  46. Girl’s dress, Northern Plains Aboriginal:  Niisitapiikwan, 1865–1900, © McCord Museum, Montreal, ME927.1.36
     
  47. Bandolier Bag, Eastern Plains Aboriginal:  Anishinaabe, 1865–1880, © McCord Museum, Montreal, M2005.115.17
     
  48. Man’s Shirt, Western Subarctic Aboriginal:  Dene or Western Cree, 1890–1910, © McCord Museum, Montreal, M5152
     
  49. Anklet, Central Plains Aboriginal:  Oceti Sakowin?, 1835–1845, © McCord Museum, Montreal, M12541
     
  50. Headdress train, Central Plains Aboriginal: Cheyenne?, 1900–1920, © McCord Museum, Montreal, ME954.1.28
     
  51. Dance cape, Northern Plains Aboriginal: Nehiyaw?, 1900–1918, © McCord Museum, Montreal, ME954.1.2
     
  52. Arthur Shilling, painting from The Ojibway Dream, 1987, used with kind permission of the Shilling family.