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 Florence Carlyle  (1864 - 1923)

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Lived/Active: Ontario / Canada/England      Known for: figure, portrait, landscape

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Born in Galt, Ontario, Florence Carlyle became a figure and portrait painter in modernist style and was known especially as a colorist. She was raised in Woodstock, Ontario where her father was the county Inspector of Schools. Sensing her art daughter's art talent, Florence's mother arranged for an art teacher from New York City to provide lessons in a studio specially set up to encourage her daughter's talents.

In 1890, Florence Carlyle, then age 26, went to Paris, France where she studied at the Academy Julian with William Bouguereau, Jules Lefebvre and Tony Robert-Fleury. In 1893, her work was exhibited at the Royal Academy, and three years later, she returned to Canada.

She had studios in London and Woodstock, and in 1897 became the first woman to be elected an Associate of the Royal Canadian Academy. In 1899, she established a studio in New York City.

The last twenty years of her life were lived in Crowborough, Sussex, England where she and a friend, Julie Hastings, bought an English cottage they called "Sweet Haws".

Florence Carlyle died at Crowborough on May 2, 1923. Her work is in the collection of the Woodstock Art Gallery, a museum in Woodstock, Ontario.


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