Maurice Galbraith Cullen
(1866 - 1934)
Maurice Galbraith Cullen was active/lived in Quebec, Newfoundland and Labrador / Canada, France. Maurice Cullen is known for impressionist landscape, marine, genre and portrait painting, teaching.
Biography Maurice Galbraith Cullen
Maurice Galbraith Cullen was a prominent painter and an influential educator who was born in St. John's, Newfoundland (1). His family moved to Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1870, and he lived there, except for the period in Paris (1888 - 1895) and when he returned to Newfoundland (1910 - 1911), for most of the rest of his life. He died at his cottage in Chambly, Quebec, about 30 miles from downtown Montreal.
His mediums were oil, watercolour, pen and ink, pastel and mixed mediums. His subjects are landscape, coastal scenes, urban scenes, genre, portraits and (during World War I ) war. The locations of the painting subjects include the Rocky Mountains, Newfoundland, North Africa, Italy, the Netherlands, Bel
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