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Born in Winnipeg in 1926, Patrick Landsley studied under L.L. Fitzgerald (1947-1949) and Joseph Plaskett. In 1950-1951, he studied under Arthur Lismer in Montreal, and in Paris in 1952-1953 under Fernand Leger and Gustav Singier.
From 1954 to 1969, Landsley taught for Lismer at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ School of Art and Design and at McGill University. A founding member, in 1966, of Concordia University’s Department of Fine Arts (which became a faculty two years later), Landsley was a Professor at Concordia for thirty years. Since 1996 he has lived in Woodstock, Ontario.
Landsley has had an active career in making artwork. His style developed out of the non-representational School of Paris and moved toward a formal figurative phase in which the frontality of the picture plane is strong if not dominant. His work has been presented in numerous solo and group exhibitions and is represented in the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, the Art Bank in Ottawa, Fairview Limited, Toronto Dominion Bank, CITYCORPS, the Conferation Art Gallery, Teleglobe, and others.