Edwin Holgate, Previously Sold Artwork

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Snow Clouds, Morin Heights
Edwin Holgate
oil on panel (8.5x10.5 in) 1947
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Lac Tremblant
Edwin Holgate
oil on canvas (18x21.5 in) 1935
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Laurentian Lake
Edwin Holgate
oil on panel (8.5x10.5 in) 1927
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Baie St. Paul
Edwin Holgate
oil on panel (11x16 in) 1927
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Untitled
Edwin Holgate
watercolour (14.75x17.5 in) 1925
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Evening, Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec
Edwin Holgate
oil (13x10 in) 1922
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Edwin Holgate

(1892 - 1977)

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Edwin Holgate was born in Allandale, Ontario. Holgate began his art education at the Art Association of Montreal studying under William Brymner who was also A.Y. Jackson's teacher. In 1920,some of the Brymner graduates found a large building on Beaver Hall Hill in Montreal that could serve for a number of studios. Over the years Holgate continued to be involved with the Beaver Hall Hill group. Holgate continued his studies in Paris, returning to Canada at the outbreak of World War I. After the War, the artist returned to Paris with his new bride and remained there until 1922 when they returned to Montreal. Having studied figure painting in France, Holgate began a series of nudes in northern landscapes. Holgate was instrumental in the founding of the Canadian Society of Graphic Artists in 1925 and it was as a graphic artist that he first began to attract wide attention. Asked to join the Group in 1930, Holgate had by then established a reputation for his figure paintings and West Coast and Laurentian landscapes.

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