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Greenock, Scotland, 1855 - Wallasey, England, 1925

A painter, draughtsman, illustrator, muralist, William Brymner is one of the many Canadian artists who were practising landscape painting around the turn of the 20th century. Although he also produced genre scenes, portraits and a few nudes, his colleague and friend Edmond Dyonnet described him in his memoirs as a “landscape painter”. He was also one of the most influential art teachers in Canada. His openness to new movements and propensity to experiment informed his painting and his pedagogy. 

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William BRYMNER - Paysage a St Eustache (c. 1900) Paysage a St Eustache (c. 1900)
5 1/2" x 9 1/2"
Oil on panel


William BRYMNER - Scène pastorale (Basses Laurentides) 1895 Scène pastorale (Basses Laurentides) 1895
10" x 14"
Water colour on paper


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