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Paterson Ewen critical works : works on paper, 1949-92 by Heather Andrea Fraser

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Published by Art Gallery of Hamilton in Hamilton, Ont .
Written in English


  • Ewen, Paterson, -- 1925- -- Exhibitions.

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StatementHeather A. Fraser.
ContributionsEwen, Paterson, 1925-, Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ont.)
The Physical Object
Pagination[32] p. :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19675113M
ISBN 100919153348

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Paterson Ewen, Recent Paintings Hardcover – January 1, by Paterson Ewen (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Paterson Ewen.   Paterson Ewen (–) had the rare privilege of being involved with two seminal moments in Canadian art: the first with the Automatistes in Quebec, the second with the London, Ontario, art scene of the s and early s. The former directed Ewen . Paterson Ewen by Paterson Ewen; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Exhibitions; People: Paterson Ewen (). Paterson Ewen (April 7, – Febru ) was an influential Canadian painter. Ewen was a founding member of the Non-figurative artist's association of Montréal, along with Claude Tousignant, Jean-Paul Mousseau, Guido Molinari, and Marcel to London, Ontario in the late s, Ewen became central to the emerging London Regionalism being championed by Jack Chambers and Born: April 7, , Montréal, Quebec.

Ewen, Paterson. Northern Lights, , acrylic, oil, dry pigment on galvanized steel and gouged plywood, x cm. Purchase, Margaret P. Nesbitt Endowment, With Ewen’s permission, I sought out the person best qualified to discuss—or at least speculate upon—the connection between his illness and his art: Dr. Ashok Malla, former chief of psychiatry at Victoria Hospital in London, and now a professor in the department of psychiatry at the University of Western Ontario, and—something not mentioned in his page c.v.—Paterson Ewen’s. Description: William Paterson Ewen - Canadian oil on canvas Spaced Tree 33 x 20 1/4 inches x centimeters signed and dated and on verso signed and titled Literature:Matthew Teitelbaum, Paterson Ewen, Art Gallery of Ontario, , pages 47 and 51 Provenance:Private Collection, Ontario Neither an Automatist nor a.   Ewen, Paterson (Profile) The electric router screeches and whines as Paterson Ewen, wearing knee pads and ear protectors, crouches on top of his plywood "canvas" - four large sheets mounted together on wooden saw-horses - ready to start a new painting.

A Montreal native, Paterson Ewen attended the School of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts from , studying under Goodridge Roberts and Arthur Lismer, among others. As a student he was also influenced by European Post-Impressionist artists, which is apparent in the fractured surfaces of his landscapes, still lifes and portraits. Paterson Ewen Biography ( - ) RCA. Born in Montreal, Quebec, on April 7, , William Paterson Ewen was interested in art beginning at an early age. As a toddler, Ewen asked his mother for wax to make a tree and several small figures. Paterson Ewen (Book): Ewen, Paterson: Paterson Ewen is one of Canada's most accomplished and admired painters. He is famous for his monumental paintings of phenomena, powerful works that capture the grandeur of nature and extend the tradition of landscape painting in Canada. According to Michael Ondaatje, Perhaps there is a balance and security in these precarious works because of the very. Paterson Ewen’s work includes Moon over Tobermory, Tidal Wave and Self-portrait. Canada’s representative at the Venice Biennale, he was a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Art, and a recipient of the Jean A. Chalmers Award.