(1887 - 1930)
John Young Johnstone was active/lived in Quebec / Canada, Cuba. John Johnstone is known for landscape, city and village, harbor, figure, and genre painting.
Biography John Johnstone
John Young Johnstone was a painter and educator. He was born in
Montreal where, other than for travel and school, he lived his entire
life. He died while visiting Havana, Cuba.
His primary mediums were oil on panel and oil on canvas (1).
Works in pencil, ink, pastel and watercolour are rare. His
subjects are landscapes, buildings, urban streets, rural villages, farm
houses, harbours, figures and genre. The locations are in and
around Montreal, and from his travels in France, Belgium and
Switzerland. His styles are Impressionism and Plein Air.
He studied at the Art Association of Montreal (c.1905) under William
Brymner and at l'Académie de la Grande Chaumière in Pa
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