Kathleen Frances (Pepper) Daly
(1898 - 1994)
Kathleen Frances (Pepper) Daly was active/lived in Ontario / Canada. Kathleen Daly is known for modernist rural landscape and figure painting, illustration.
Biography Kathleen Frances (Pepper) Daly
Kathleen Frances Pepper (née Daly) studied at the Ontario College of Art (1920-24); the Académie de la Grande Chaumière, Paris (1924-25); wood engraving with René Pottier in Paris; and at the Parsons School of Design, New York (1926).
In 1924 she began taking annual trips to France and Italy. She married artist George Pepper in 1929, and the couple traveled and painted extensively. They lived in the Studio Building in Toronto (1934-1951). Daly made several trips to Newfoundland and Labrador to paint images of Native Canadians.
She exhibited at Hart House (1935); at the British Empire Exhibition (1936); in the exhibition "A Century of Canadian Art" (1938); at the Tate Gallery, London (1938); often with the R
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