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 Edmond Dyonnet  (1859 - 1954)

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Lived/Active: Quebec / Canada/Italy/France      Known for: landscape, marine and portrait painting, teaching

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Edmond Dyonnet became a noted Canadian landscape and portrait painter, especially among wealthy persons in his resident city of Montreal, where he lived at 1207 Bleury Street.  There he was one of the founders of the School of Fine Arts of Montreal and also became a professor of drawing at the Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal.  He was elected to membership of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, which he served as secretary and was also active in the Pen and Pencil Club and the Arts Club of Montreal.

Dyonnet was born in France, but spent much of his early life in Italy, following his father there in 1868.  Then he returned to France to his birth place of Drome.   In May, 1875, he emigrated to Canada, moving in 1882 to Labelle, Quebec where his father was a pioneer, clearing the land and setting up a sawmill and flourmill.

The maturing Edmond Dyonnet stayed mostly in Montreal, studying drawing at the National Institute of Fine Arts form 1875 to 1881.  One of his teachers was Father Joseph Chabert.

In 1882, he went back to Italy and enrolled at the Accademia Albertina in Turin for a year.  Then he spent several years touring Italy, returning in 1890 to Montreal where he taught in the National Institute of Fine Arts, the school founded by Father Joseph Chabert.

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