(1904 - 1949)
Pegi Nicol (Nichol) MacLeod was active/lived in Ontario, New York, Quebec / Canada. Pegi MacLeod is known for modernist painting, illustration, graphics, murals, teaching.
Pegi Nicol MacLeod (nee Margaret Kathleen Nichol, AKA: Pegi Nichol
Macleod, AKA: Pegi Nichol, AKA: Pegi Nicol) (1) was a painter,
illustrator, graphic artist, muralist, printmaker, writer and
educator. She was born in Listowel, Ontario (about 100 miles west
of Toronto) and raised in Ottawa, Ontario (1910 - 1934). She
lived in Toronto from 1934 to 1937 and in New York City for the rest of
her life and where she died.
Her mediums were oil, watercolour, pastel, gouache, ink, graphite,
woodblock* print and mixed mediums. Her subjects were landscapes,
still life, west coast Indians, urban scenes, figures, portraits,
genre, allegory, symbolism, ethnological studies (e.g. totems,
artefacts) and (during ... Displaying 750 of 12601 characters.
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Taken on the artist's wedding day in 1936
About Pegi MacLeod
Born: 1904 - Listowel, Ontario, Canada
Died: 1949 - New York City
Known for: modernist painting, illustration, graphics, murals, teaching