Garden Door --- George Franklin Arbuckle --- Canada Landscape For Sale
George Franklin Arbuckle (1909-2001)Garden DoorEdition Limitedto 495 Original LithographicPrints--Hand-Signed by Artist, with title and limitation number in another hand.
Print will be shipped flat to fully protect the art.
Biography of George Franklin Arbuckle www.sfasale.com
George Franklin Arbuckle 1909-2001. He
studied at the Ontario College of Art under J.E.H. MacDonald, F.S.
Challener, and J.W. Beatty, later teaching there himself and winning
several awards for his work. Arbuckle also taught at the Northern
Vocational School in Toronto from 1932-1938 and at the Franz Johnston
Summer School in Georgian Bay from 1932-1940. He was married to the
artist, Frances-Anne Johnston, who was also the daughter of Franz
Johnston, once a member of the Group of Seven.
Arbuckle’s work is a reflection of his travels to such places as
the Northwest Territories, the MacKenzie River, and the Yukon. The
artist is recognized for his knowledge of historical subjects and his
execution of landscape, cityscape, and figurative subjects which call on
both Realism and Impressionism.
Arbuckle executed major murals and tapestries for the Hamilton
City Hall, the Royal Bank of Canada in Toronto, and the Chateau
Champlain in Montreal. Between 1960 and 1964, he served as the president
of the Royal Canadian Academy.
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Garden Door --- George Franklin Arbuckle --- Canada Landscape: $140