Item 2019_011 - Horse, Bonsecours Market

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Horse, Bonsecours Market

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CA BU BUArtColl-2019_011

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  • ca. early 20th cent. (Creation)
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    Caron, Paul (1874-1941)

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1 drawing : conté on paper, 17.78 x 24.76 cm

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(1874-1941)

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Paul Archibald Caron was born in Montréal in 1874. He studied drawing and painting under Canadian artists William Brymner (1855-1925), Maurice Cullen (1866 -1934), and Edmond Dyonnet (1859-1954) at the Art Association of Montréal (now the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts). He worked for 11 years in the stained glass industry making drawings for ornaments and figures and then for La Presse and the Montréal Star doing pen and ink drawings. He was a magazine designer and illustrator but eventually turned to full time painting. Caron usually painted the old buildings and ancient areas of Montréal and Québec City as well as Laurentian winter landscapes. Caron exhibited with the Royal Canadian Academy and the spring shows of the Art Association of Montreal; Ontario Society of Artists, and the Fine Arts Section of the Canadian National Exhibition. He died in 1941.

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Philip H. Scowen

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Gift of Philip H. Scowen and Monique Cholette

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  • English

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