George Edmund Alleyn
(1931 - 2004)
George Edmund Alleyn was active/lived in Quebec / Canada. George Alleyn is known for landscape, lyrical abstract , hyper-realist painting.
Biography George Edmund Alleyn
George Alleyn studied at the École des beaux-arts in
Quebec under Jean Paul Lemieux. By the late 1950s, his lyrical
abstractions were gaining recognition, and one was purchased by the
National Gallery of Canada.
Alleyn lived in France from 1955 to 1970
and received international recognition. In 1958 and 1960, Alleyn was
included in a selection of Canadian paintings featured in a Guggenheim
Museum competition, and in 1959, he won the bronze medal at the São
Paulo Biennial. He represented Canada in the Venice Biennial in 1960,
and in 1970 exhibited work at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris.
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