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Miss Louise Beresford Tully (also Tulley)

? - 1917

Vancouver Studio Club

Miss L. Beresford Tully was the daughter of Kivas Tully, an Irish architect who emigrated to Toronto in 1844. Her father was also an artist and an early member of the Ontario Society of Artists (1873-76). Her mother Mrs. Rivas Tully was also an artist, who won a prize in the Upper Canada Painters Exhibition in 1864-65. Her sister Sydney Strickland Tully was also an important painter, who had a studio in South Kensington, London UK and exhibited in the Paris Salons.

Miss Tully was noted as an "Artist" and wood carver at Toronto by Harper. She moved to Vancouver by 1910, where she taught art at the Vancouver Studio Club in 1910. She died in Vancouver in 1917. Harper notes that she was "active 1896-98". Morgan notes that she "has a studio in the Toronto Arcade, 176 Roxborough St., Rosedale, Toronto."

Exhibitions

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References

CANADIAN MEN AND WOMEN OF THE TIME by Henry James Morgan
      "A Handbook of Canadian Biography"
      1898, 1st Edition, published by William Briggs, Toronto, Ontario
      1,130 pages of biographical information, some advertisements
      The precursor to Who's Who in Canada, and McMann's Canadian Who's Who Index 1898-1984
      Includes extensive entry on Kivas Tully, as well as Miss Tully and her sister Miss Sydney Strickland Tully.

EARLY PAINTERS AND ENGRAVERS IN CANADA (refer to H70)
      Brief references to Miss Tully, her father, and her mother.

ROYAL CANADIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS -
EXHIBITIONS & MEMBERS 1880 - 1979
(refer to RCA81)
      Includes brief entry for Miss Tully: 1895 exhibition with four paintings.
      Also includes brief entry for her father and extensive entry for her sister Sydney Strickland Tully.

BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX OF ARTISTS IN CANADA (refer to BIAC03)
      Brief reference to Tully and her father: Harper and RCA above.

Clippings

"The club has held several highly creditable exhibitions, and its classes are now under the superintendence of Miss Anne Bachelor, Miss L. Beresford Tully, and Miss Walker."
      From "Art in British Columbia", by Bernard McEvoy,
      Opportunities magazine, 1910


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