Horatio WALKER

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Listowel, Ontario, 1858 - Sainte-Petronille, Quebec, 1938

Horatio Walker was enchanted by the daily rituals of the agricultural community on the Île d’Orléans. His glorification of the hardships of agricultural life is sometimes made dramatic. He was influenced by the Barbizon painters. 

 

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Horatio WALKER - Les ânes (c. 1895) Les ânes (c. 1895)
8 1/2" x 11"
Oil on panel

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Horatio WALKER - The Nut Pickers (c. 1900) The Nut Pickers (c. 1900)
19" x 14"
Oil on panel

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Horatio WALKER - Le repos de la truie Le repos de la truie
19" x 25"
Oil on canvas

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Horatio WALKER - Sheep- L'îLe d'Orléans (c.1900) Sheep- L'îLe d'Orléans (c.1900)
12 1/2" x 17"
Oil on panel

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