2 edition of Carl Schaefer retrospective exhibition paintings from 1926 to 1969. found in the catalog.
Carl Schaefer retrospective exhibition paintings from 1926 to 1969.
Written in English
|LC Classifications||ND249.S32 A43|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||72196321|
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For a lucid summary of the effects of Schaefer's heritage, see Ann Davis, A Distant Harmony (The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 8 Oct - Browse and buy a vast selection of Art Books and Collectibles on Archive: CM02 Artifact Type: Catalogue Title: Carl Schaefer Retrospective Exhibition Paintings from to Year: Designer: Fritz Gottschalk Studio: Gottschalk+Ash Client: J.
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This folio sized book, with pages measuring mm X mm, is in near-fine. across the country. His library includes invitations and catalogues such as Carl Schaefer: Retrospective Exhibition, Paintings from to ,edited by J.
Russell Harper, and Carl Schaefer in Hanover ,with an introduction by Christopher Varley. In Schaefer’s long-time friend George Johnston published Carl: Portrait of a Painter.
In another book, Carl Schaefer, by Gray, Rand and Steen, published by Gage (), two reproductions appear, Storm Over Tyson Lake () and Sunlit Island () both done in pen and ink. In he had been hired as a display designer with the T. Eaton Company but when the Great Depression struck, Eaton’s had to let him go.
Carl Schaefer is a Canadian painter who has worked in Toronto and southwestern Ontario since the late twenties. His style developed from the landscape tradition established by the Group of Seven; yet he evolved a distinct style in the thirties, largely affected by the medium of watercolour and a personal approach to a familiar countryside.
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Developed in reaction to World War I, the Dada movement consisted of artists who rejected the logic, reason, and aestheticism. Craigie Aitchison: 23 exhibitions from Apr - Aprexhibition venues worldwide of artist Craigie Aitchison, Exhibition History, Summary of records, Solo/Group Exhibitions, Visualization, Biography, Artist-Portfolio, Artwork Offers, Artwork Requests, Exhibition Announcements.
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"A Short Appreciation" by Geroge Johnston is reprinted from Carl Schaefer Retrospective Exhibition Catalogue, Paintings from to About the Authors George Johnston was. Record Unit Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Department of Painting and Sculpture Exhibition Records,with related records from. The collection, particularly strong in work by A.Y. Jackson, Carl Schaefer, Paraskeva Clark, and David Milne, was the subject of an exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, in and at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, in ; it is today conserved in large part at the Art Gallery of Ontario.Wasteland marks the fifth iteration of Open Sessions, a six-part exhibition program presented between October and January at The Drawing Center.
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