(1899 - 1953)
Joseph Sydney Hallam was active/lived in Ontario / Canada, England. Joseph Hallam is known for portrait, landscape, figure and genre painting, illustration, commercial art, teaching.
Joseph Sydney Hallam RCA, OSA, CSGA, CSPWC, (1899 - 1953) (1)
A prominent Canadian painter, illustrator, commercial artist and educator, Joseph Sydney Hallam was born in Manchester, England and died in Toronto, Ontario, where he'd lived since 1918. Hallam was a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts* and President of the Ontario Society of Artists*. His works are in the collections of several major Canadian museums including the National Gallery of Canada. (2)
His mediums were oil, watercolor, gouache*, graphite, serigraph*, poster and mixed mediums. His subjects were portraits, landscapes, figures, genre*, village scenes, rural scenes, urban scenes, interiors, historic landmarks, war, marine scenes, harbors and social c ... Displaying 750 of 7530 characters.
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Photo courtesy of D.G. Matthews and Index of Canadian Artists (c.1930s).
About Joseph Hallam
Born: 1899 - Manchester, England
Died: 1953 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Known for: portrait, landscape, figure and genre painting, illustration, commercial art, teaching