Jock Williamson Galloway (James) MacDonald
(1897 - 1960)
Jock Williamson Galloway (James) MacDonald was active/lived in British Columbia / Canada, Scotland. Jock MacDonald is known for automatic painting, abstraction, surreal.
Biography Jock Williamson Galloway (James) MacDonald
The following is courtesy of Alan Ross:
Jock Macdonald was born in 1897 Thurso, Scotland and died in 1960. He immigrated to Canada in 1926 to teach at the new Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts.
Macdonald's early work was in the Group Of Seven tradition, but in 1934 he painted his first abstract or automatic work, Formative Color Activity (NG of Canada, Ottawa).
In the late 1930s he became a friend of Emily Carr, and in 1940 of Lawren Harris, who encouraged him in his abstract experiments. These included automatic paintings in a Surrealist vein, and in the 1950s he was connected with the abstract group Painters Eleven.
During the last five years of his life Macdonald's output was extraordinary, as
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