Canadian Artists We Collect

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William Newcombe

A painter and commercial artist, William John Bertram Newcombe was born in Victoria, British Columbia and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Arthur Raymond Young

Arthur Young was born 10 July 1895, in New York City. He attended the New York School of Design where he was a classmate of Norman Rockwell. He was a member of the New York Art Students league and a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving in World War II. 

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Ronald Bladen

Charles Ronald Wells Bladen was born on July 13, 1918 in Vancouver, BC, Canada. In 1922 the Bladen family moved to Washington state. However, the family returned to Canada to live in Victoria, BC. when Bladen was 14 years old. Even at this age, Bladen was already showing a keen interest and considerable talent for art.

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P.K. Page

P.K. (Patricia Kathleen) Page was born in Swanage, Dorset, England, and moved with her family to Red Deer, Alberta in 1919, and later to Calgary and Winnipeg. Her parents were artistic, free thinkers, who read poetry to their daughter from a very young age.

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Charlotte Brainerd

Charlotte Brainerd was a painter, printmaker and educator. Overlooked and under-appreciated in Canadian art, she was a modernist and an intellectual.

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Arthur Burchett

Arthur Burchett was born on the 20th of August 1853 at Highgate, London, England. He was an artist who devoted his life to painting and to portrait photography. He was a student at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, exhibiting in the British Royal Academy from 1875 to 1900, the Dudley Gallery, London, The Royal Society of British Artists, and in Paris as well as other centres.

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Wayne Eastcott

Robert Wayne Eastcott graduated from the Vancouver School of Art with honours in painting and printmaking in 1968. Following art school he established a studio in Vancouver and worked part-time as a commercial artist at a local television station, where he fine-tuned his silkscreen techniques and media design skills.