Art for Lunch: The Death of Virginia

In this addition of Art for Lunch curator, Sophie Lavoie, discusses the story and mystery surrounding this painting of Death of Virginia in the style of Frencesco de Mura (1696-1782).

 

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Kenora was once named Rat Portage. The name came from the Anishinabe name of the local portage site, which was Wauzhushk Onigum, which meant, “portage to the country of the muskrat”.

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