(1931 - 1999)
John Graham Coughtry was active/lived in Quebec, Ontario / Canada, Spain. John Coughtry is known for painting, graphics, drawing, printmaking, murals and teaching.
John Graham Coughtry CGP, CSGA (1931 - 1999)
An important Canadian painter, draftsman, graphic artist, sculptor, printmaker, muralist and educator, John Graham Coughtry (AKA: Graham Coughtry) was born in Saint-Lambert, Quebec (a Montreal suburb) and died in Claremont, Ontario (a Toronto suburb). His art is discussed in most Canadian art history books, it's been featured in numerous landmark exhibitions, and it represented Canada at the Venice Biennale*. Most major Canadian museums collect his works.
His mediums included oil paint, acrylic, Lucite, watercolor, pastel, Conte Crayon*, charcoal, graphite, ink, found objects*, poster, serigraph*, lithograph*, monotype*, etching*, bronze and mixed mediums. His subjects included port ... Displaying 750 of 13856 characters.
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Photo by Arnaud Maggs (edited) . Courtesy Library and Archives, Canada.
About John Coughtry
Born: 1931 - Saint Lambert, Quebec, Canada
Died: 1999 - Claremont, Ontario, Canada
Known for: painting, graphics, drawing, printmaking, murals and teaching