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Index to Vancouver: Art & Artists 1931 - 1983

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A

All Canadian Art exhibit, 23
Amess, Fred
     at Vancouver School of Art, 34
     delivers speech in 1955 about Varley, 16

B

Bieler, Andre
     organizes Kingston conference, 31
Binning, B.C.
     at Vancouver School of Art, 34
British Columbia Annual (art exhibition)
     becomes controversial, 23
British Columbia Arts League
     first meeting & goals, 14
     issues press release, 32
British Columbia At Work exhibition
     at VAG 1944, 30
British Columbia College of Arts Ltd.
     opens 1933 at 1233-39 West Georgia St., 18
     closes 1935, 18
     Shadbolt attends, 34
     Tauber & Hillier at, 19
     Varley teaches at, 34
British Columbia Society of Artists
     exhibits at VAG, 23
Brown, Eric
     invites Emily Carr to exhibit, 21

C

Calgary Arts Club
     signs Group of Seven boycott, 32
Canadian Group of Painters
     catalogue for first exhibition, 32
     Lawren Harris exhibits with, 25
Canadian Society of Graphic Arts
     signs Group of Seven boycott, 32
Carr, Emily
     describes her inspiration, 20
     develops West Coast interpretation, 21-22
     encouraged by Lawren Harris, 21
     in Exhibition of Canadian West Coast Art (1927), 21
     Grey (c. 1931-32), 21, 21
     influenced by Mark Tobey, 21
     Scorned as Timber, Beloved of the Sky (c. 1936), 21, 22
     shares artistic vision, 17
     supports J.W.G. MacDonald, 20
Charles Macintosh School
     & Grace Melvin, 15
Cheney, Nan
     Lumber Mill at Nelson, B.C. (1944), 31
Comfort, Charles
     commission for Hotel Vancouver, 28
Cowley-Brown, Patrick
     war artist, 30

D

Duval, Paul
     quoted in RAIC journal, 32

E

Exhibition of Canadian West Coast Art (1927)
     Emily Carr exhibits, 21

F

Farley, Lilias
     commission for Hotel Vancouver, 28
Fisher, Orville
     Battle for Carpiquet Airfield (1946), 33
     in front of mural for Golden Gate Exposition, 27
     mural for First United Church (1938), 27-28, 29
     war artist, 30

G

Garibaldi Park
     J.W.G. MacDonald sketches at, 17, 34
     Shadbolt sketches at, 34
     Varley sketches at, 34
Golden Gate Exposition, 1939
     Fisher, Orville, 27-28
     Goranson, Paul, 27-28
     murals, 27, 28, 28
Goranson, Paul
     as student, 28
     moves to New York, 31
     murals for Golden Gate Exposition, 27, 28
     war artist, 31
Goss, John
     justifies 2nd installment of B.C. at Work exhibit, 31
Group of Seven
     boycotted, 32
     exhibits in Vancouver in 1920, 1922, & 1928 & is "attacked," 15

H

Harris, Lawren S.
     Abstract #7 (n.d.), 25
     arrives Vancouver, 20
     Composition No. 1 (c. 1940), 24, 25
     develops abstract style, 25
     encourages Emily Carr, 21
     exhibits with Canadian Group of Painters, 25
     introduced to automatic painting, 26
     supports J.W.G. MacDonald, 20
     various travels, 25
Hoffar-Reid, Irene
     describes 1928 Group of Seven exhibition, 16
Hotel Vancouver, artwork by
     Charles Comfort, 28
     Farley, Lilias, 28
     Lennie, Beatrice, 27-28
     Macdonald, J.W.G. (Jock), 28-29
Hughes, Edward J.
     moves to Vancouver Island, 31
     murals, 28-29
     photograph of, 31
     war artist, 30

I

Island Arts & Crafts Society (Victoria)
     signs Group of Seven boycott, 32

J


K

Kingston Conference
     organized by Andre Bieler, 31
Knight, Harry
     Emily Carr and John Vanderpant in her studio (October 1933), 21

L

Lamb, Harold Mortimer
     partnership with John Vanderpant, 26
Lennie, Beatrice
     relief panel at Hotel Vancouver, 27, 28
     sculptures for Shaughnessy Hospital 1940, 28, 29
     starts teaching at B.C. College of Arts, 18

M

Macdonald, J.W.G. (Jock)
     hired by VSDAA 1926, 15
     Crimson and Black (1946), 26
     Departing Day (1935), 18
     Formative Color Activity (1934), 18
     Indian Burial, Nootka (1937), 19, 20
     Indian Salmon Rack, Fraser Canyon, B.C. (1931), 17
     leaves Vancouver in 1946 for good, 20
     The Lytton Church, British Columbia (1930), 16, 17
     modalities created & defined, 19
     moves to Nootka, 18
     mural for Hotel Vancouver, 28, 29
     photograph of in Garibaldi Park 1938, 35
     returns to Vancouver from Nootka 1936, 19
     starts B.C. College of Arts with Varley, 18
     training & sketching locations, 17-18
     visits San Francisco & L.A., 18
Marega, Charles
     Vancouver Art Gallery Busts, 23
Melvin, Grace
     at Charles Macintosh School, 15
     hired by VSDAA, 15
Mortimer-Lamb, Harold
     defends Group of Seven, 15
Munsall colour theory
     Varley teaches, 32, 34

N

Nootka
     Macdonald, Planta, & Tauber move to, 18

O

Ontario Society of Artists
     signs Group of Seven boycott, 32

P

Pailthorpe, Grace W.
     Ancestors 1 (1935), 24
     introduces Lawren Harris to automatic painting, 26
Palette and Chisel Club
     signs Group of Seven boycott, 32
PASOVAS (see Pioneer Art Students Of Vancouver Art School)
Petrouchka (play)
     produced by B.C. College of Arts, 18
Pioneer Art Students Of Vancouver Art School
     exhibits at VAG, 23
Planta, Les
     moves to Nootka, 18
Pollock, Jimmy
     travels to Chicago 1938 with Shadbolt

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R

Rand, Paul
     about, 28
     Coal Diggers (1935), 28
     Fight (c. 1947), 28, 31
     Vancouver Sun Magazine cover, 29
     Zucca Harvest (1948), 28, 29
Royal Canadian Academy of the Arts
     signs Group of 7 boycott, 32

S

Savary Island
     J.W.G. MacDonald sketches at, 17
Scott, Charles H.
     becomes director of VSDAA, 15
     funding cutback agreement at VSDAA, 18
     helps Jack Shadbolt, 34
     travels to Europe to start Vancouver Art Gallery collection, 23
Shadbolt, Jack
     A Personal Recollection, 34-41
     attends Art School camp at Tribune Bay, Hornby Island, 34
     Dog Among the Ruins (1947), 32
     Morning Beach, 35
     1939 photograph of, 36
     talks about early VAG collection, 23
     takes course from Varley, 34
     travels to 1933 Chicago World's Fair, 34
     war artist, 31
Shaughnessy Hospital, 1940
     sculptures by Lennie, Beatrice, 28-29
Stone, Henry
     Founder & first President of Vancouver Art Gallery, 23
     travels to Europe to start Vancouver Art Gallery collection, 23
Surrey, Philip
     arrives Vancouver, 16
     Going to Work (1935), 17
     leaves Vancouver, 17
     Nox Nocti Indicat Scientam (1934), 17

T

Tauber, Harry
     Gas, 19
     moves to Nootka, 18
     starts at B.C. College of Arts, 18-19
     When We Dead Awaken, 20
Thom, W.W.
     Fine Arts in Vancouver, 32
Thornton, Mildred Valley
     art criticism in Sun, 25
Toby, Mark
     influences Emily Carr, 21
Toronto Graphic Arts Club
     at B.C. Art League opening exhibition, 14

U


V

Vancouver Art Gallery
     All Canadian Exhibition, 23
     1st British Columbia At Work exhibition 1944, 30
     deed whereby given to City of Vancouver, 22
     entrance with Marega busts, 23
     Henry Stone, Founder, 23
     occupied by workers in 1938, 22
     opens, 14, 22-23
Vancouver Photographic Society
     exhibits at VAG, 23
Vancouver School of Art
     Shadbolt attends, 34
     1934-35 Brochure, 15
     1938-39 Brochure, 15
Vancouver School of Decorative & Applied Arts
     cutback in funding in 1933, 18
     starts, 15
Vancouver Sketch Club
     signs Group of Seven boycott, 32
Vanderpant, John
     defends Group of Seven, 15
     Grace Melvin, 15
     Fred Varley with palette, 16
     opens studio, 26
     philosophy of photography, 26
     shares artistic vision, 17
     supports J.W.G. MacDonald, 20
     Vanderpant in Studio Taking Photo of Woman Seated, 27
Varley, Frederick Horsman
     described in speech by Fred Amess in 1955, 16
     describes first reaction to B.C., 16
     Dharana (1932), 16, 17
     hired at VSDAA, 15
     influential in Vancouver 1926-1936, 16
     Liberation (1936-37), 18, 19
     lives in Lynn Valley, 18
     Open Window (1932), 16, 17
     painting style, 16
     photograph of, 35
     starts B.C. College of Arts with J.W.G. MacDonald, 18
     teaches Munsall colour theory, 32, 34
Volpone (play)
     produced by B.C. College of Arts, 18

W

War artists
     about, 30-32
Weatherbie, Vera
     at Vancouver School of Art, 34
     photograph of, 35
     starts teaching at B.C. College of Arts, 18
     subject in Dharana, 16
     subject in Vera (1930), 16
Weston, W.P.
     Gleneagles (n.d.), 22
     shares artistic vision, 17
Williams, Margaret
     starts teaching at B.C. College of Arts, 18
The Witch Doctor (play)
     produced by B.C. College of Arts, 18

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