(1898 - 1984)
Thomas Harold Beament was active/lived in Quebec, Ontario / Canada. Thomas Beament is known for landscape and marine painting, murals, illustration, teaching.
Caption – Commander Beament with painting titled, HMCS Prince Robert in Dry Dock (c.1945)
Biography Thomas Beament
Thomas Harold Beament RCA, CSGA (1898 - 1984)
Commander Thomas Harold Beament was a painter, draftsman, commercial artist, muralist, illustrator, educator, President of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts* and a famous Canadian war artist. Hundreds of his paintings and drawings are in Canadian museums.
He was born in Ottawa, Ontario and died in Montreal, Quebec, his home since 1926. (1)
His mediums were oil, watercolor, pastel, pencil, Conte Crayon*, pen & ink, charcoal and lithography*. His subjects included portraits, landscapes, figures, nudes, mountains, seascapes, industry and genre*. However his most famous works are of Canadian Navy subjects and of Eskimo (Inuit) genre. His style was Realism*
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