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Jack Shadbolt
1909 - 1998
Souvenir Of Mykonos 1960
historical canadian
20 x 28 (in)

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Jack Shadbolt was born in England in 1909. He came to Victoria, British Columbia at the age of three with his parents and that's where he grew up. In 1941, he moved to Vancouver and studied to become a teacher. He moved in local cultural circles, knew Emily Carr and Lawren Harris, and in 1933, during a trip east, decided to become an artist himself. In 1934, he began taking night classes with Frederick Varley and after graduating in 1936 studied for a year in London and Paris.

He joined the army in 1942 and was appointed war artist in 1944. His early work deals with northwest-coast Indian themes expressive of mysticism and surrealism as well as strange landscapes with surreal flora. His preferred medium was casein, gouache, watercolour, and ink on paper. He only began using canvas in 1957 while on a trip to the Mediterranean which also influenced his colour scheme. He continued to be attracted to and influenced by North American Indian mysticism, and his images generally had a dreamy, Symbolist quality.

Shadbolt has represented Canada in many international exhibitions, including the Venice and Sao Paulo Biennales, the Carnegie International at Pittsburgh, the Brussels and Seattle world Fairs, and numerous travelling exhibitions. In 1969, a thirty-year retrospective of his work was shown at the National Gallery of Canada and subsequently toured Canada. In 1972, he was appointed to the Order of Canada, and in 1973 received the University of Alberta Canadian Artist's Award as well as an honorary LLD from the University of Victoria. Jack Shadbolt has been widely active as an artist, teacher, author, and lecturer for many years. His work is widely represented in North American private and public collections.

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