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Cox married Frances Mary Oakes in New Westminster on July 8, 1914.
Cox exhibited his pictorialist photographs widely, as well as in the 7th Annual International Salon of Pictorial Photography at the Provincial Exhibition in New Westminster in 1927. In 1928 he was one of three jurors (with John Vanderpant) for the 8th Annual International Salon at the Exhibition.
In 1933 Cox had the 37th exhibition in the Vancouver Art Gallery, a show of fifty "pictorial camera studies". He also showed work in the B.C. Artists Christmas exhibition at the Gallery in 1933.
In 1938 Cox's solo exhibition, originally scheduled for May 20 to June 3, was delayed until the summer due to the occupation of the art gallery by the "sitdowners" strike.
Cox died in Vancouver in 1972 at the age of 87, according to B.C. Vital Statistics on-line.
|1933 April 7 - 17||Pictorial Camera Studies||VAG|
|1938 June 28 - July 10||A Jewel in Many Settings||VAG|
|1939 May 23 - June 4||The Book of Muriel||VAG|
|1933 Dec. 1 - 17||VAG B.C. Artists - Christmas Exhibition||Persephone|
|1946 Oct. 22 - Nov. 10||VAG 7th Pictorial Photography Salon||Calypso|
"Exhibit at Art Gallery" by (unknown)
(newspaper) April 6 1933
"Art Photography Display by H.G. Cox at Gallery Shows Merit" by (unknown)
(newspaper) April 8 1933
"In the Domain of Art" by Reta W. Myers
Daily Province April 9 1933
"H.G. Cox and Vanderpant are
showing art photographs, the former has one of his very latest entitled "Eve."
From "Bargains in Art" Vancouver Sun, December 1, 1933
"A collection of photogenic studies by Mr. H.G. Cox who has
achieved an international reputation in the field of pictorial
Art Gallery Bulletin, Vol. 6 No. 9, 1939.
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