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 Joachim George Gauthier  (1897 - 1988)

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Lived/Active: Ontario / Canada      Known for: portrait, landscape, snowscapes and mountain scene painting, serigraphs

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Joachim George Gauthier RCA, OSA, CSPWC, ALCT (1897 - 1988)

A prominent Canadian painter, printmaker, draftsman, commercial artist, and illustrator, Joachim George Gauthier (AKA: Joachim Gauthier) was born in North Bay, Ontario, lived much of his life in Toronto, and died at his home in Minden, Ontario, a town about 100 miles north west of Toronto. He exhibited with the Group of Seven* and was a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts*; several museums collect his work, including the National Gallery of Canada.

His mediums included oils, acrylics, watercolors, gouache*, pastels, pencil, Conte Crayon*, charcoal, and serigraph*. His subjects included portraits, landscapes, villages, farms, snowscapes, the Rocky Mountains and advertising. Most of the painting locations were in Ontario and Quebec. His styles included Realism*, Fauvism*, Plein Air* and Impressionism*.

He was mainly self-taught. However in 1914 he apprenticed at Cliff Sign Company Tacoma, Washington and, while in the state is noted to have studied under Seattle sculptor and painter Alonzo Victor Lewis. In Toronto, Gauthier also studied under Group of Seven* members Franklin Carmichael and J.E.H. MacDonald, both of whom were co-workers at Sampson Matthews Ltd., and along with A.J. Casson (another Group of Seven member) were personal friends and Plein Air painting companions. (1)

Gauthier worked as a commercial artist at Tuckett Tobacco Company, Hamilton, Ontario from 1923 to 1927 and with Sampson Matthews Limited, Toronto from 1927 to 1961.

He was a member of the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour* (1931 - 1941); the Ontario Society of Artists* (1933); the Arts and Letters Club, Toronto (1935, 1936 and 1975 - 1982); and the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts* (Associate 1946, Academician 1974).

He exhibited frequently with the Ontario Society of Artists* (1928 - 1937, 1940 and 1957) and the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts* (1932, 1936, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1942, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1955 and 1959). He also exhibited with the Group of Seven* in December 1931. The exhibition turned out to be the group's last before it disbanded in 1933. (2)

Gauthier's paintings are regularly traded on the Canadian auction market, they are in numerous private collections, and they are in several prominent Canadian museum collections. According to the Canadian Heritage Information Network* and individual museum websites, his works are in the permanent collections of the Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ontario), the Mackenzie Art Gallery (Regina, Saskatchewan), the McMichael Canadian Art Collection (Kleinburg, Ontario), the Owens Art Gallery (Sackville, N.B.), the Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery (Owen Sound, Ontario), and the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa).

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1. Please note: All artists mentioned in this biography have their own pages in AskART.
 
2. Also among the invited guest exhibitors in the last Group of Seven show were Andre Bieler, Bertram Brooker, Emily Carr, Rody Courtice, Prudence Heward, LeMoine FitzGerald (he became a member of the G7 in 1932, and never exhibited with them as a member), Yvonne McKague, Isabel McLaughlin, Sarah Robertson, and Anne Savage. The exhibition ran from December 4th to 24th at the Art Gallery of Toronto (now Art Gallery of Ontario). Source: Pages 268 to 271, "The Group of Seven: Art for a Nation" (1995), by Charles C. Hill (see AskART book references).
 
Sources:
Biographical Index of Artists in Canada (2003), by Evelyn de Rostaing McMann (see AskART book references)

The Collector's Dictionary of Canadian Artists at Auction (2001), by Anthony R. Westbridge and Diana L. Bodnar (see AskART book references)

The Group of Seven: Art for a Nation (1995), by Charles C. Hill (see AskART book references)

Canadian Who's Who: Index 1898 - 1984 (1988), by Evelyn de R. McMann (see AskART book references)

Catalogue of the National Gallery of Canada Ottawa: Canadian Art Volume Two G - K" (1988), general editors Charles C. Hill and Pierre B. Landry (see AskART book references)

Who's Who in American Art 15th Edition (1982), by Jaques Cattell Press (see AskART book references)

Royal Canadian Academy of Arts: Exhibitions and Members, 1880 - 1979 (1981), by Evelyn de R. McMann (see AskART book references)

Passionate Spirits: A History of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, 1880 - 1980 (1980), by Rebecca Sisler (see AskART book references)

The Index of Ontario Artists
(1978), edited by Hennie Wolff (see AskART book references)

The McMichael Canadian Collection (1976), by Paul Duval (see AskART book references)

A Dictionary of Canadian Artists (1974), by Colin S. MacDonald (see AskART book references)

Canadian Heritage Information Network*

Centre for Contemporary Canadian Art* (source for OSA exhibitions)

Art Gallery of Ontario (catalogue summaries online)

* For more in-depth information about these terms and others, see AskART.com. Glossary http://www.askart.com/AskART/lists/Art_Definition.aspx.

Prepared and contributed by M.D. Silverbrooke.

 

 

 

 

 
 

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