3 edition of David Craven/Harold Klunder. found in the catalog.
David Craven/Harold Klunder.
Catalog of an exhibition held at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, September 5 to November 16, 1980.
|Contributions||Winnipeg Art Gallery.|
|LC Classifications||N6545 .D2 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
FOR SALE - Toronto - RARE GUARANTY TRUST CORPORATE ART (CANADIAN) COLLECTION, , 26 COLOUR ILLUSTRATIONS, Softcover, 40 Glossy pgs., , 9 1/2" x. RARE GUARANTY TRUST CORPORATE ART (CANADIAN) COLLECTION, , 26 COLOUR ILLUSTRATIONS, Softcover, 40 Glossy pgs., , 9 1/2" x 8". Contents include Guaranty Trust Company of Canada President /C.E.O. Alan R. Marchment's Comments, Introduction by Michael A. Hasley, Vice President of G. T., & List of all the Artists in the Collection. In this catalogue of one.
David Craven, Harold Klunder — Abstract; Randy Spires Jim MillerPoison Pen — Abstract; Shelley Hornstein-Rabinovitch Ted Bieler — Abstract; William Wood Jeff Wall — Abstract; Donna Lypchuk "Symposium" — Abstract; Liz Wylie "War Artist" — Abstract; Dian Kinder An Whitlock — Abstract; Cheryl Simon Gilbert Boyer/Louise Viger"Facteur. A Recollection from Curator, Ihor Holubizky Senior Curator, McMaster Museum of Art. Hamilton, Ontario David Craven’s launch into the Canadian art world coinciding with my tentative and modest entry, working at The Electric Gallery across from David’s dealer Jared Sable (Sable-Castelli Gallery) on Hazelton Avenue. I saw those formative exhibitions and the occasional word was passed.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Catalog of an exhibition held at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, September 5 to Novem Description: 48 pages: illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm. David Craven/Harold Klunder. By Karyn Allen and Kenneth Wahl. Abstract. Allen describes Craven's and Klunder's painting as a reformulation of the formalist tradition within a postmodern context.
Wahl discusses Craven's paintings referring to the avant garde Author: Karyn Allen and Kenneth Wahl. David Craven/Harold Klunder. Winnipeg, Man.: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, On-site consultation: Abstract (English) Allen describes Craven's and Klunder's painting as a reformulation of the formalist tradition within a postmodern context.
Wahl discusses Craven's paintings referring to the avant garde and formalist abstraction. The Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB - Craven/Klunder (cat.) Equinox Gallery, Vancouver, BC - David Craven & Harold Klunder (essay) Sable-Castelli Gallery, Toronto, ON - Recent Work Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON (Artists With Their Work program organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario Extension Services).
Harold Klunder. SELECTED WORKS. EXHIBITIONS. BIOGRAPHY. PRESS. Saint Helens Avenue - Toronto, Ontario M6H4A2 - () Missing: David Craven/Harold. Born in the Netherlands, Harold Klunder has David Craven/Harold Klunder. book exhibiting his paintings in Canada for over three decades.
Klunder forms deep relationships to his pieces, sometimes working on each one for several years. His patient approach manifests itself in abstract works that seem to exist outside of time as we experience it on a day-to-day g: David Craven/Harold.
e-books and guides. with a growing list of Canadians (David Craven, Tim Zuck, Harold Klunder, Betty Goodwin). On the subject of David Craven. HAROLD KLUNDER at Clint Roenisch Gallery ( Queen West), to February See : NNNN Works by Harold Klunder, one of Missing: David Craven/Harold.
Distinguished Professor of Art and Art History David Lee Craven, 60, died Saturday, Feb. 11, of an apparent heart attack. A memorial service is set for Friday, Feb.
17 at 2 p.m. at the Alumni. RE:VISION 22 JANUARY to 27 FEBRUARY. OPENING RECEPTION: 22 JANUARY, 6pm to 9pm TIM ZUCK, DAVID URBAN, YVES GAUCHER DAVID CRAVEN, HAROLD KLUNDER, K.M.
GRAHAM Barbara Edwards Contemporary, Toronto is pleased to present RE:VISION, a group exhibition featuring important works by distinguished Canadian painters.
The exhibition explores a wide range of aesthetic. This monograph offers a critical and biographical study of Canadian visual artist, Harold Klunder, focusing most specifically on paintings created between and Fifty colour images of artworks and documentary shots of the artist in his studio accompany the text.
David Craven: Selected Works, to Denyse Thomasos’ Big Canvases, – Michael Forster: Perpetual Emergence. Harold Klunder: Cache. Matt Bahen: Gravity’s Faith. Rosemary Sloot: Immigrant. A Haptic Portrait of Groping Imagination.
Hue and Cry. Workingman’s Dead: Lives of the Artists. David Bolduc: Round the Block. Group show, reception pm Jan TIM ZUCK, YVES GAUCHER, DAVID URBAN, HAROLD KLUNDER, DAVID CRAVEN, K. GRAHAM. Jack Bush, Tony Scherman, David Craven, Ron Martin, Harold Klunder.
A Selection of Recent Gifts. J –Spring, Numerous paintings and works on paper from the s to the present day by contemporary Canadian artists such as Tim Zuck, Walter Bachinski, Will Gorlitz, David Craven, Renee Van Halm, Allan MacKay, John Hartman, Tony Scherman, Ron Martin, William Ronald, Carl Beam, John Gould, Paul Fournier, Erik Gamble, Shirley Wiitasalo, Greg Murphy, Ted.
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Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. Harold Klunder – The Montréal Years: Graphic Works, TrépanierBaer (solo) Unreal, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia Voir Grand: Jacques Hurtubise, Harold Klunder, Françoise Sulliva, Edmund Alleyn, Galerie Simon Blais, Montréal, Québec Harold Klunder: New Works, TrépanierBaer Gallery, Calgary, Alberta (solo Missing: David Craven/Harold.
RARE GUARANTY TRUST CORPORATE ART (CANADIAN) COLLECTION,26 COLOUR ILLUSTRATIONS, Softcover, 40 Glossy pgs.,9 1/2" x 8". Contents include Guaranty Trust Company of Canada President /C.E.O. Alan R. Marchment's Comments, Introduction by Michael A. Hasley, Vice President of G.
T., & List of all the Artists in the Collection. a unique and significant painting by Kazuo Nakamura; a Harold Town painting; works from the mids to early s by Walter Bachinski, David Craven, John Hartman (two limited edition books), Harold Klunder and Tony Urquhart.
an exemplary large scaled watercolour by L.L. FitzGerald, c. Harold Klunder is an abstract painter living and working in Montreal, Quebec. Born in the Netherlands inKlunder immigrated to Canada inwhere he lived in Toronto for a number of years. He attended the Central Technical School in Toronto from Missing: David Craven/Harold.
This book explains David in the context of his times. It’s easier to understand David when some probable thoughts and conversations are added to the historical record, as is done here.
This is a worthwhile book to read, along with 1 and 2 Samuel and the first two chapters of Reviews: