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 Mary Evelyn (Reid) Wrinch  (1877 - 1969)

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THE GOVERNOR’S GARDEN, QUEBEC CITY, 1914
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
A painter and printmaker, Mary Wrinch immigrated to Toronto from England in 1885.  The artist made this city her home base, from which she ventured into the Ontario northland to paint, particularly around Lake Muskoka.

Remarkably, Wrinch adapted her modernist* style to this landscape years before the Group of Seven* became famous for depicting the same region.  Her art education began at the Central Ontario School of Art in Toronto (now OCAD), where Wrinch studied under Robert Holmes, Laura Muntz, and G. A. Reid (whom she later married, in 1922) [see all in AskART], graduating in 1893.

She subsequently traveled to London, England, to further her training at the Grosvenor Life School under Walter Donne [see AskART] until 1899, and to study miniature painting under Alyn Williams [see AskART].  Her education continued at the Art Students' League* in New York, where she also received private lessons in miniature painting from Alice Beckington [see AskART].

She was elected an associate of the Royal Canadian Academy* in 1918, and was also a member of the American Society of Miniature Painters* (1902), the Ontario Society of Artists*, the Society of Canadian Painter-Etchers and Engravers*, the Canadian Society of Graphic Art*, the Women's Art Association of Canada, and the Canadian Handicrafts Guild.

In addition to exhibiting with these associations, she participated in the Canadian Painting Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Toronto (where her work was displayed alongside that of several members of the Group of Seven), the British Empire Exposition* in Wembley, England (1924), and in a show at the Tate Gallery*, London (1938), among many other exhibitions.

She is represented in the collections of the Art Gallery of Ontario, and the National Gallery of Canada.


MEDIA USED


China painting

Drawing

Miniatures

Painting

Printmaking

EDUCATION

Grosvenor School of Fine Art, London,  - 1899 (under Walter Donne)

Ontario College of Art & Design (formerly Ontario School of Art),  - 1893 (under Robert Holmes, George A. Reid, and Laura Muntz)

Private study,  - 1899 (under Alyn Williams, London, England)

Private study (under Alice Beckington, New York)

Art Students' League, New York


MEMBERSHIPS


Ontario Society of Artists

Heliconian Club

Women's Art Association of Canada

Canadian Society of Painters, Etchers and Engravers

Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, 1918

American Society of Miniature Painters, 1902

Canadian Handicrafts Guild

Canadian Society of Graphic Art

BIBLIOGRAPHY:  WRITINGS ABOUT

"Art and Artists." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 14 Feb. 1920: 10.

"Art and Artists." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 5 Jan. 1918: 10.

"Important and Valuable Works are Presented to Art Gallery." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 30 Jun. 1927: 49.

"Luxury Lies Within New Eaton's Walls." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 29 Oct. 1930: 14.

"Mr. Jeffreys President: Officers Chosen by Ontario Society of Artists." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 10 Apr. 1913: 8.

"Painters of Miniatures." New York Times 2 Feb. 1902: 10.

"Painters of Miniatures: Third Annual of the American Society at the Knoedler Galleries." New York Times 2 Feb. 1902: 10.

"Social Events." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 7 Jan. 1918: 8.

"Social Events." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 22 Mar. 1915: 8.

"The Exhibition of Pictures by Canadian Artists." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 21 Apr. 1922: 20.

"Women Artists Arrange Exhibition of Block Prints." Telegram (Toronto) 26 Oct. 1946.

"Wrinch Show at Art Gallery." Brampton Daily Times and Conservator 8 Jan. 1971.

Ainslie, Patricia. Images of the Land: Canadian Block Prints 1919-1945. Calgary: Glenbow Museum, 1984.

American Federation of the Arts. American Art Annual, 1901. Washington, D.C. and New York: American Federation of the Arts, 1901.

Andrews, Bernadette. "Wrinch Exhibit at Grange House." Telegram (Toronto) 23 Aug. 1969.

Art Gallery of Ontario. Sparkling Water: Mary Wrinch and her contemporaries: Paintings and prints. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 1970.

Art Gallery of Ontario. The Canadian Collection. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Co. of Canada, 1970.

Art Gallery of Toronto. Catalogue of an Exhibition of Canadian Paintings by Clarence A. Gagnon, et al. Toronto: Rous and Mann, Ltd, 1926.

Art Gallery of Toronto. Painting and Sculpture: Illustrations of Selected Paintings and Sculpture from the Collection. Toronto: Art Gallery of Toronto, 1959.

Art Gallery of Windsor. Three Important Gifts of Canadian Art to the Permanent Collection of the Art Gallery of Windsor. Windsor: Art Gallery of Windsor, 1970.

Aurandt, David and Linda Jansma. R. S. McLaughlin Collects. Oshawa, Ontario: Robert McLaughlin Gallery, 2004.

Baker, Alan R. H. and Gideon Biger. Ideology And Landscape In Historical Perspective. New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.

Bradfield, Helen Pepall. Art Gallery of Ontario: The Canadian Collection. Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 1970.

Bridle, Augustus. "Blocks of Linoleum Make Color-Prints: One of foremost women artists turns to medieval art." Toronto Star 2 Mar. 1943.

British Empire Exhibition. A Portfolio of Pictures from the Canadian Section of Fine Arts. London, England: British Empire Exhibition, 1924.

Bull, William Perkins. The Perkins Bull Collection: Historical Paintings by Canadian Artists Illustrating Pioneers and Pioneering in the County of Peel. Brampton, Ontario: Printed privately, 1934.

Carson, Jo. "Place with Children Wanted: Canadiana collection finds special home." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 23 Nov. 1966: 13.

Colgate, William. Canadian Art, its Origin and Development. Toronto: Ryerson, 1943.

Davies, Blodwen. "Canadian Women of Brush and Chisel." Chatelaine 3 (Jun. 1930): 9, 42.

Dickman, Chris. The Prints of Mary Wrinch. Durham, Ontario: Durham Art Gallery, 1980.

Dickman, Chris. "Colour and Contrast." Canadian Collector 17 (Jan-Feb. 1982): 41-4.

Doyle, Lynn C. "Art Notes." Saturday Night 9.2 (8 Feb. 1896): 9.

Doyle, Lynn C. "Art." Saturday Night 9.26 (16 May 1896): 9.

Duval, Paul. Canadian Impressionism. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin and Co, 1972.

Dyas, A.E. "Women's Work at the Exhibition." Toronto Saturday Night 7 Sept. 1912: 29, 36.

Farr, Dorothy and Luckyj, Natalie. From Women's Eyes: Women Painters in Canada. Kingston: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, 1975.

Fleisher, Pat. "Love or Art." Art Magazine 5.15 (Fall 1973): 19-20.

Grand & Toy Ltd. Catalogue of an Exhibition of Oil Paintings, Watercolours, Graphic Arts, and Works of Sculpture. Toronto: Grand & Toy Ltd, 1956.

Hale, Barrie. "An Artist From Out of the Past." Toronto Daily Star 23 Aug. 1969.

Heller, Jules and Nancy. North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century. New York: Garland, 1995.

Holmlund, Mona, et al. Inspiring Women: A Celebration of Herstory. Regina: Coteau Books, 2003.

Hubbard, R. H. National Gallery of Canada, Catalogue of Paintings and Sculpture, Volume 3. Ottawa: Published for the Trustees by University of Toronto Press, 1960.

Johnston, E. F. B. "Painting and Sculpture in Canada." Canada and Its Provinces. Toronto: Glasgow, Brook and Co, 1914.

Kalman, Harold D. A History of Canadian Architecture. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1994.

Kritzwiser, Kay. "At The Galleries: Paris hails Canada's early native art." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 2 Aug. 1969: 22.

Kritzwiser, Kay. "Mary Wrinch Remains a Rebel at 90." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 15 Oct. 1966.

Kyle, Fergus. "The Ontario Society of Artists." The Year Book of Canadian Art, 1913. Toronto: Arts and Letters Club of Toronto, 1913.

MacBeth, Madge. "Canadian Women in the Arts." Maclean's 27.12 (Oct. 1914): 23-25, 105-108.

MacTavish, Newton. Ars Longa. Toronto: The Ontario Publishing Co., 1925.

MacTavish, Newton. The Fine Arts in Canada. Toronto: Macmillan, 1925.

McCarthy, Pearl. "Art and Artists: It is Zadkine time at Toronto gallery." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 17 Nov. 1956: 20.

McCarthy, Pearl. "Painter, Contributor to Past and Present." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 4 Jul. 1952.

McKendry, Blake. A to Z of Canadian Art: Artists and Art Terms. Kingston: B. McKendry, 1997.

McLeod, Ellen Mary Easton. In Good Hands: The Women of the Canadian Handicrafts Guild. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1999.

McMann, Evelyn de Rostaing. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Formerly Art Association of Montreal: Spring Exhibitions, 1880-1970. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1988.

McMann, Evelyn de Rostaing. Royal Canadian Academy of Arts/Académie royale des arts du Canada: Exhibitions and Members 1880-1979. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1981.

Miller, Muriel. Famous Canadian Artists. Peterborough: Woodland Publishing, 1983.

Miner, Muriel Miller. G.A. Reid, Canadian Artist; George Reid: A Biography. Toronto: Ryerson Press and Summerhill Press, 1946; (reprint) 1987.

Morris, Jerrold A. 100 Years of Canadian Drawings. Toronto and New York: Methuen, 1980.

Murray, Joan. "Mary Wrinch: Canadian Artist." Canadian Antiques Collector (Sept. 1969): 16-19.

Nasby, Judith M. University of Guelph Art Collection: A Catalogue of Paintings, Drawings, Prints and Sculpture. Guelph: University of Guelph,  1980.

National Gallery of Canada. Catalogue of Paintings and Sculpture: Canadian School. Ottawa: Trustees of the National Gallery of Canada, 1957.

Ontario Library Review. Who's Who in Canadian Art: From Ontario Library Review, November 1947-August 1962. Toronto: Government Printer,  1948.

Ontario Provincial Library Service. Ontario Library Review. Toronto: Provincial Library Service, 1940.

Page, Anne Mandely. Canada's First Professional Women Painters, 1890-1914: Their Reception in Canadian Writing on the Visual Arts. Montreal: Concordia University, 1991.

Petteys, Chris, et al. Dictionary of Women Artists: An International Dictionary of Women Artists Born Before 1900. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1985.

Pringle, Gertrude. "The Color Prints of Mary Wrinch Reid." Canadian Home Journal 39 (Feb. 1943): 61.

Robson, Albert Henry. Canadian Landscape Painters. Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1932.

Royal Canadian Academy and Ontario Society of Artists. Catalogue of the Joint Exhibition of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts and of the Ontario Society of Artists, 1918. Toronto: 1918.

Sarnia Public Library and Art Gallery. The Collection. Sarnia: Sarnia Public Library and Art Gallery, 1981.

Sisler, Rebecca. Passionate Spirits: A History of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, 1880-1980. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1980.

Thieme, Ulrich and Felix Becker. Allgemeines Lexikon der bildenden Künstler von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart. Leipzig, Germany: E. A. Seamans, 1962.

Tippett, Maria. By a Lady. Toronto: Viking, 1992.

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White, Peter. "Bonderenko and Wrinch." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 25 Jun. 1977.

FULL TEXT PDFS OF EXHIBITIONS REVIEWS

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, May 13, 1896) Lynn C. Doyle.  "Art"  Toronto Saturday Night  May 16, 1896.  p.9.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (, 1898) Jean Grant.  "The Royal Canadian Academy Exhibition."  Saturday Night (Toronto)  March 12, 1898.  p.9.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, May 09, 1898) Lynn C. Doyle.  "The Exhibition of the Ontario Society of Artists."  Globe (Toronto)  May 14, 1898.  p.9.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 03, 1899) Lynn C. Doyle.  "At the Art Gallery."  Globe (Toronto)  March 04, 1899.  p.17.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 03, 1899) Jean Grant.  "Studio and Gallery"  Toronto Saturday Night  March 11, 1899.  p.9.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 02, 1901) Lynn C. Doyle.  "At the Art Gallery."  Globe (Toronto)  March 09, 1901.  p.26.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, February 28, 1902) "O. S. A. Exhibition. More Pictures and of Better Quality Than Last Year. A Very Pleasing Collection-A List of the Less Distinguished- The Public Opening Will Take Place This Evening."  Globe (Toronto)  February 28, 1902.  p.7.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, February 28, 1902) M.L.F..  "At the Art Gallery."  Toronto Star  March 01, 1902.  p.5.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, February 28, 1902) Lally Bernard.  "Driftwood."  Globe (Toronto)  March 05, 1902.  p.5.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, March 1902) "Artists and Friends Thronged Gallery. Royal Canadian Academy's Exhibition a Pronounced Success. Many Attended Private View. An Improvement This Year in Number and Quality of Works Shown."  Montreal Star  March 21, 1902.  p.10.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 07, 1903) M.L.F..  "Among the Pictures. At the O.S.A. Exhibition."  Toronto Star  March 07, 1903.  p.8.   Full-text pdf

Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, March 12, 1903) "The Spring Exhibition. A Good Average Showing of Pictures by Canadian Artists."  Daily Witness (Montreal)  March 13, 1903.  p.6.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, February 20, 1904) "Artists' Exhibition. Ontario Society's Annual Show Again. Early This Year on Account of the St. Louis Exposition- Work Better Than Usual."  Globe (Toronto)  February 20, 1904.  p.22.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, February 20, 1904) "Pictures at the Art Exhibition. Some Beautiful Work by Local Artists on View This Year. Another Frame Needed. Effect of W.E. Atkinson's Picture "Indian Summer" Spoiled by an Unsuitable Frame."  Toronto Star  February 24, 1904.  p.9.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Toronto, March 1904) "Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. Society is Holding Its Twenty-Fifth Annual Exhibition. Oils and Water Colours from Pictures Now Shown Will Be Selected Those For St. Louis Exposition."  Montreal Star  March 18, 1904.  p.5.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Toronto, March 1904) "Royal Academy Exhibition."  Montreal Witness  March 19, 1904.  p.2.   Full-text pdf

Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, March 17, 1905) "At the Art Gallery. An Enjoyable Private View."  Daily Witness (Montreal)  March 18, 1905.  p.4.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Toronto, May 1905) "Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. Pictures Show This Year are of Unusual Excellence."  Globe (Toronto)  May 13, 1905.  p.11.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition.: (Toronto, February 23, 1906) "Artists' Society Exhibition."  Globe (Toronto)  February 24, 1906.  p.16.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, February 22, 1908) M.L.A.F..  "Features of the Art Exhibition. The Pictures of Each Artist are Not Hung Together This Year. New Names on the List. Some who Never Exhibited Before-The Exhibition Open to the Public."  Toronto Star  February 22, 1908.  p.17.   Full-text pdf

Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition.: (Montreal, March 23, 1908) "Exhibition of Art. Some Brilliant Canvases Dazzle Eye in 24th Spring Exhibit in Art Gallery."  Gazette (Montreal)  March 23, 1908.  p.4.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Toronto, April 1908) "Royal Academy of Arts Exhibition."  Globe (Toronto)  April 24, 1908.  p.5.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Toronto, April 1908) "R.C.A. Exhibition Scorched Many Pictures Destroyed."  Toronto Telegram  April 29, 1908.  p.6.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Toronto, April 1908) "Many Pictures Burned. $8,000 Fire in the Canadian Academy's Exhibition."  Globe (Toronto)  April 30, 1908.  p.11.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, February 1909) "The O.S.A. Exhibition."  Toronto Saturday Night  February 27, 1909.  p.11.   Full-text pdf

Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, April 02, 1909) "Exhibition of Art. High Water Mark Reached in This Year's Spring Showing in Art Galleries. Stricter Standard Set."  Gazette (Montreal)  April 03, 1909.  p.9.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Ottawa, May 1909) "National Art Exhibition. Notable Paintings Shown at Archives Building."  Ottawa Citizen  May 11, 1909.  p.9.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibtion: (Ottawa, November 29, 1912) Roy Franklin Fleming.  "Royal Canadian Academy of Art."  Yearbook of Canadian Art  1913.  p.205-209.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 1914) Hector Charlesworth.  "Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition."  Toronto Saturday Night  March 21, 1914.  p.5.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 03, 1915) Irene B. Wrenshall.  "Toronto."  American Art News  March 20, 1915.  13.24: p.6.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 03, 1915) Hector Charlesworth.  "O.S.A.'s Exhibition 1915."  Toronto Saturday Night  March 20, 1915.  p.4.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 18, 1915) "Royal Canadian Academy of Arts Open Galleries. 288 Fine Pictures on Exhibition at 37th Annual Exhibition."  Montreal Herald  November 19, 1915.  p.5.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 11, 1916) Hector Charlesworth.  "Pictures That Can be Heard. A Survey of the Ontario Society of Artists Exhibition."  Toronto Saturday Night  March 18, 1916.  p.5.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 16, 1916) "Art Works on View Set High Standard."  Gazette (Montreal)  November 17, 1916.  p.7.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 01, 1917) Hector Charlesworth.  "Good Pictures at O.S.A. Exhibition."  Toronto Saturday Night  March 24, 1917.  p.2.   Full-text pdf

The Joint Annual Exhibition of the RCA and the OSA: (Toronto; Montreal (Fall), April 05, 1918) "For National Gallery: Trustees Make 23 Purchases from Joint Display of R.C.A. and O.S.A."  Toronto Star  April 05, 1918.  p.5.   Full-text pdf

The Joint Annual Exhibition of the RCA and the OSA: (Toronto; Montreal (Fall), April 05, 1918) Hector Charlesworth.  "Toronto's New Art Gallery. Its First Exhibition Provided by the Royal Canadian Academy."  Toronto Saturday Night  April 20, 1918.  p.3.   Full-text pdf

The Joint Annual Exhibition of the RCA and the OSA: (Toronto, April 05, 1918) Hector Charlesworth.  "Toronto's New Art Gallery. Its First Exhibition Provided by the Royal Canadian Academy."  Toronto Saturday Night  April 20, 1918.  p.3.   Full-text pdf

The Joint Annual Exhibition of the RCA and the OSA: (Toronto; Montreal (Fall), April 05, 1918) "War-time Note in Academy Pictures. Camouflaged Shipping the Subject of Some Historically Interesting Works. Standard Maintained. Painters Producing Fewer Works Evidenced by Showing Pictures Exhibited Last Spring in Toronto."  Gazette (Montreal)  November 22, 1918.  p.11.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, November 20, 1919) Hector Charlesworth.  "Reflections [Forty-First Annual Exhibition of Royal Canadian Academy]."  Saturday Night (Toronto)  December 13, 1919.  33.9: 2.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 18, 1920) "Art of Canadians Well Represented."  Gazette (Montreal)  November 19, 1920.  p.9.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, November 17, 1921) Augustus Bridle.  "Pictures! Pictures! Who'll Come An' Buy? 1921  Exhibition of Royal Canadian Academy Ready for Varnishing Day."  Toronto Star  November 16, 1921.  p.4.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, November 17, 1921) Hector Charlesworth.  "Impressions of the Royal Canadian Academy."  Toronto Saturday Night  November 26, 1921.  p.5.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 18, 1922) Hector Charlesworth.  "Past and Present Among the Painters. Retrospective and Fiftieth Anniversary Exhibitions of the O.S.A."  Toronto Saturday Night  April 01, 1922.  p.3.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 16, 1922) "High Standard Set by R.C.A. Pictures. Forty-Fourth Exhibition Opened With Private View Last Night."  Gazette (Montreal)  November 17, 1922.  p.9.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 10, 1923) Hector Charlesworth.  "The O.S.A. Exhibition. Jazz by the New School; but Some Works of Real Appeal."  Toronto Saturday Night  March 24, 1923.  p.3.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, November 22, 1923) "Academy and Freak 'Art.'"  Evening Telegram (Toronto)  November 22, 1923.  p.36.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 07, 1925) Hector Charlesworth.  "Ontario Society of Artists. Brilliant Portraiture the Outstanding Feature of This Year's Show."  Toronto Saturday Night  March 14, 1925.  p.3.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 19, 1925) "Fine Work Marks R.C.A. Exhibition. New Schools Offer Contrast to Solidly-Based Qualities of Older and Established Painters."  Gazette (Montreal)  November 20, 1925.  p.10.   Full-text pdf

Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 06, 1926) Hector Charlesworth.  "Ontario Society of Artists Present Year's Exhibition of Higher Average Quality Than for Several Years."  Toronto Saturday Night  April 03, 1926.  p.5.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, November 18, 1926) M.L.F..  "Many Fine Pictures at Academy Exhibit."  Toronto Star  November 18, 1926.  p.7.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, November 18, 1926) F. H. Brigden.  "The Academy Exhibition."  Royal Architectural Institute of Canada  January 1927.  p.17,19-26.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 24, 1927) "R.C.A. Exhibition Nearing Jubilee. Much Meritorious Work Shown, but Younger Painters Tend to Shallowness and Emptiness."  Gazette (Montreal)  November 25, 1927.  p.7.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 24, 1927) Albert Laberge.  "Appréciation de quelques toiles du Salon des artistes Canadiens."  La Presse (Montreal)  December 03, 1927.  p.52.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 24, 1927) "The Royal Academy of Arts at Montreal. Stylists and Conventionalists Draw Contradictory Opinions."  Canadian Homes and Gardens  January 1928.  5:1: pp.64,66.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 21, 1929) "R.C.A. Show Opened with Private View. Fifty-first Annual Exhibition Housed in Art Association Galleries."  Gazette (Montreal)  November 23, 1929.  p.7.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 19, 1931) "Wide Range of Art In R.C.A. Exhibition."  Gazette (Montreal)  November 20, 1931.  p.10.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 19, 1931) "Paintings Show Big Advance on Those of Last Exhibition.`"  Standard (Montreal)  December 05, 1931.  p.54.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 1933) "Governor-General Opens Annual Art Exhibition. His Excellency Recalls Tradition of Predecessors-Stresses Art's Part in Renaissance of National Taste."  Montreal Star  November 17, 1933.  p.20.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 1933) Lucy Van Gogh.  "World of Art. Royal Canadian Academy."  Saturday Night  December 30, 1933.  p.6.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (, 1934) E. Wyly Grier.  "The 1934 Annual Exhibition of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts."  Royal Architectural Institute of Canada  December 1934.  pp.175-179.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Montreal, November 21, 1935) "The Fifty-Sixth Exhibition of the Canadian Academy."  Montreal  Star  November 22, 1935.  p.13.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Montreal, November 21, 1935) Reynald.  "Le 56e Salon de l'Académie. A défaut de révéler des  tendances neuves, le Salon garde une allure distinguée et une belle tenue d'ensemble. Plus de "bon ton" que de vitalité. Maints portraits."  La  Presse (Montreal)  November 22, 1935.  p.19.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Montreal, November 21, 1935) "Art Gallery Scene of R.C.A. Exhibition. Paintings and Other Works from Various Canadian Points Total 444. Much Good Portraiture."  Gazette (Montreal)  November 23, 1935.  p.19.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Montreal, November 21, 1935) H. Poynter Bell.  "The Fifty-Sixth Annual Exhibition of the Royal  Canadian Academy of Arts."  Royal Architectural Institute of Canada  December 1935.  pp.195-198, 202.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (, 1936) Fred H. Brigden.  "The Fifty-Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts."  Royal Architectural Institute of Canada  December 1936.  13.12: pp.216-223.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 18, 1937) "Royal Canadian Academy Show is Opened at Art Association. Portraiture Represented by Good Examples and Landscapes as Usual Predominate."  Gazette (Montreal)  November 19, 1937.  p.12.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (, November 16, 1939) "R.C.A. Exhibition Has Private View. Over 300 Works in Galleries of Art Association of Montreal. Standard Maintained."  Gazette (Montreal)  November 17, 1939.  p.5.   Full-text pdf

Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (, November 16, 1939) "Canadian Academy Opens Sixtieth Exhibition."  Montreal Star  November 17, 1939.  p.11.   Full-text pdf

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