Bobs Cogill Haworth RCA, CGP, CSPWC, OSA (1904 - 1988)
Barbara "Bobs" Zema Warbain (née Cogill) Haworth was a painter, illustrator, muralist and potter who was born in Queenstown, South Africa; she moved to Toronto, Canada in 1923, where she lived for the rest of her life. Her mediums were watercolor, oil, acrylic, mixed mediums, and gouache. Her subjects were primarily landscapes, shore scapes and abstracts. Her style was expressionist.
She studied at the Royal College of Art, London, England with Sir William Rothenstein (1872 - 1945), Tristram James Ellis (1844-1922) and Dora M. Billington (1890-1968); and the University of London where she received the ARCA degree. In Canada she taught ceramics at
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