(1889 - 1971)
Manly Edward MacDonald was active/lived in Ontario, Massachusetts / Canada. Manly MacDonald is known for landscape and marine painting, printmaking, teaching.
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Biography Manly MacDonald
Manly Edward MacDonald RCA, OIP (1889 - 1971)
Manly MacDonald was a well-known Canadian painter, printmaker and educator.
He was born in Point Anne, Ontario, a town about 150 miles east of
Toronto, Ontario, and died in Toronto, where he had lived since the
early 1920s. (1)
His primary medium was oil paint; however, he also worked in pastel,
watercolor, etching*, drypoint*, aquatint* and mixed mediums. His
subjects included portraits, figures, landscapes, winter scenes,
cityscapes, village scenes, farm activity, lakes, rivers, boats and
genre*. His styles were Realism* and Plein Air*. His favorite painting
location was the countryside around the Bay of Quinte on the north shore
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