Historic Art | Lucius O'Brien R.C.A.

View of montmorency falls near quebec wc 25
Hay stacking in ontario 1892 wc 14x26 web

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View of Montmorency Falls Near Quebec, 1890

Technique: watercolour

Dimensions: 30x21 in.

Provenance
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
Kaspar Gallery
Private collection
Exhibited
Lucius O'Brien: Visions of Victorian Canada, National Gallery of Canada, December 1990 - February 1991.

About the Artist

Lucius O’Brien (1832 – 1899) Lucius O’Brien was born in Shanty Bay, Ontario. He attended the Upper Canada College in Toronto. He received training in Architecture but was self-taught as a painter. O’Brien was vice president of OSA from 1873 to 1880 and became the first president of the RCA in 1880 and remained at this position for ten years. He traveled to the Rockies to paint, initially as a missionary, and later under funding from the Canadian Pacific Railway. “A Dictionary of Canadian Artists” Colin S. MacDonald. 1968. “Early Painters and Engravers of Canada” J. Russell Harper. 1970.
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