The 1975 exhibition: Ottawa Exhibition
Canadese Schilderkunst in de Dertiger Jaren
The Windmill Herald
13 Jan 1975
Dutch article reviewing Canadian Painting in the Thirties at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. The exhibition traces the development of painting in Canada during the 1930s, from a nationalist Toronto-based art scene to an internationalist Montreal school. Over 100 paintings from private and public collections will be in the exhibition. The catalogue of the exhibition contains reproductions of the artworks as well as photographs of the artists and essays. The exhibition traces the influence of The Group of Seven, with Lawren Harris, A. Y. Jackson and Arthur Lismer, as well as Toronto?s Art Students? League and the Canadian Group of Painters. It examines the work of David Milne, Charles Comfort, Carl Schaefer, Paraskeva Clark, Bertram Brooker, Pegi Nicol MacLeod, LeMoine FitzGerald, Jack Humphrey and Miller Brittain. Montreal painters included are Edwin Holgate, Prudence Heward, Sarah Robertson, Lilias Newton, John Lyman, Goodridge Roberts, Louis Muhlstock, Paul-Émile Borduas, Alexandre Bercovitch, Erick Goldridge (sic, Eric Goldberg), Philip Surrey, Fritz Brandtner and Marian Scott. The exhibition will travel to the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Glenbow-Alberta Institute in Calgary, the Edmonton Art Gallery and the Musée d?art contemporain in Montreal. The article is illustrated with reproductions of Paraskeva Clark?s Petroushka (1937), Carl Schaefer?s Ontario Farmhouse (1934), David Milne?s Palgrave (1931).