Canadian art

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Canadian art

Canadian art

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Canadian Art Club

Canadian Art Club

Canadian Art Club

Canadian Art Club (1907–15)

Dictation: A Canadian Perspective on the History of Telematic Art

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Picturing the Land: Narrating Territories in Canadian Landscape Art, 1500–1950

Increased risk of preterm birth in singleton pregnancies after blastocyst versus Day 3 embryo transfer: Canadian ART Register (CARTR) analysis

ROBSON, Albert Henry (1882 - 1939), Art Director and member of the firm of Rous & Mann, Ltd, printers and publishers, Toronto; Vice-President of the Art Gallery of Toronto and Chairman of the Exhibition Committee of the Art Gallery of Toronto; Hon. National Treasurer Canadian Authors’ Foundation; President of the Canadian Authors’ Association (Toronto Branch); an original Governor of the Canadian Drama Festival; Member of Fine Arts Committee of the Canadian National Exhibition; Vice-President of the Bach Society and a director of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra

LISMER, Arthur (1885 - 1969), Member of ‘Group of 7’ Canadian Painters; Principal of School of Art and Design of Montreal Museum of Fine Art, 1942–67, Principal Emeritus since 1967; Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, McGill University, 1948–55

PATERSON, Emily Murray (died 1934), Member Royal Scottish Water-Colour Society, Société Internationale des Aquarellistes, Society of Women Artists, and Women’s Art Association of Canada

CLOUSTON, Edward Seaborne (1849 - 1912), Vice-President and General Manager, Bank of Montreal, 1905–11; Governor McGill University; President Royal Victoria Hospital; Montreal General Hospital; Western Hospital, Montreal; Canadian Bankers’ Association; Director, Art Association, Montreal

ROTHENSTEIN, William (1872 - 1945), attached as unofficial artist to Royal Air Force since 1939; Principal, Royal College of Art, 1920–35; Trustee, Tate Gallery, 1927–33; Member of the Royal Fine Art Commission, 1931–38; an official artist to the British and afterwards to the Canadian Armies during European War; Professor of Civic Art, Sheffield University, 1917–26; Romanes Lecturer, Oxford University, 1934; a Governor of the Foundling Hospital since 1939

STEWART, Frederick (Charles) (died 1950), Chairman of Thermotank Ltd, Thermotank Engineering Co., Ltd, Glasgow, London, Liverpool and Newcastle, of Thermotank (SA) (Pty) Ltd Johannesburg, and of Thermotank (India) Ltd, also President of Thermotank (Canada) Ltd; Chairman: North British Locomotive Co., Ltd, Glasgow and London; North British Locomotive Co. (Africa) Ltd; Kelvin, Bottomley & Baird, Ltd, Glasgow, London and Basingstoke; Kelvin & Hughes, Ltd; Clyde Confections Ltd; Deputy Chairman; Brown Bros & Co., Ltd; Henry Hughes & Son, Ltd; Director: William Baird & Co., Ltd; The Clydesdale & North of Scotland Bank, Ltd; Eagle Star Insurance Co., Ltd; Scottish Industrial Estates Ltd; Hillington Industrial Estates Ltd; Bruas-Perak Rubber Estates Ltd; Caledonian Trust Co., Ltd, Second Caledonian Trust Co., Ltd, Third Caledonian Trust Co., Ltd; S. Smith & Sons (England) Ltd; Midland Bank Ltd; Midland Bank Executors & Trustee Co. Ltd; Western Reversion Trust Ltd; Consulting Ventilating Engineer to Ministry of Sea Transport; Past President, Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, 1941–43 (now Hon. Member); Assessor to the Rector of Glasgow University; Hon. Vice-President: Glasgow County Scout Council; Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts; Glasgow Art Gallery and Museums Associations; Zoological Society of Glasgow; Vice-President Institute of Industrial Administration; Member of Council, Institution of Naval Architects; Governor, Royal Scottish Academy of Music; Member: Clyde Navigation Trust; Lloyds Register of Shipping (Glasgow Committee); Hon. Company of Master Mariners, London; Wardens’ Court, The Worshipful Company of Shipwrights, London; Institute of British Engineers; Admiralty Aeronautical Research Advisory Panel; Railway Staff Tribunal; Executive Council (and of Scottish Committee) of Festival of Britain, 1951; etc


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