Adolphus George Broomfield RCA,OSA,CPE,CSGA (1906-1992)
Adolphus George Broomfield was a painter, etcher, graphic artist and textile designer who was born in Toronto and lived in Mississauga, Ontario. His mediums were oil, watercolor, colored chalk, block prints, drypoint etching and textiles. His subjects were landscapes, figures and social commentary. His styles were realism, impressionism, expressionism and fauvism; he was much influenced by the Group of Seven.
He studied at the Ontario College of Art (Toronto) (1927-30) with J.W. Beatty, Emanuel Hahn, Fred S. Haines, Robert Holmes, C.W. Jefferys, Arthur Lismer, J.E.H. MacDonald and G.A. Reid; also at the University of New York; Vermont University; and
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