Item 2002_2008 - Dark House I

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Dark House I

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  • Attributions and conjectures: The work, "Dark House I" is part of a body of work created during the early 1990s that addressed the notion of "psychological" shelter within an architectural paradigm; a theme that culminated in the "The Pilgrimage" series of 1997. Source: Joyce Millar Art Consultants Inc., January 2003

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CA BU BUArtColl-2002_2008

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  • 1991 (Creation)
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    Schweitzer, John A. (1952- )

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1 collage : Acrylic, charcoal, gouache, collage and latex on St. Armand paper ; 121 x 85 cm

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(1952-)

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Born in Simcoe, Ontario in 1952, John A. Schweitzer is a well-established Montréal artist. He has a B.A. Honours Visual Arts, from University of Western Ontario (1974) a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting from York University, Toronto (1978) and pursued post-graduate studies at McGill University in architecture, film, literature and theater. He has had numerous solo and group exhibitions including at the Goethe-Institute, Toronto, (1999) Galerie Christiane Chassay, Montréal, and Visual Arts Center, Montréal, (2001). He has received numerous awards for his artist Achievements and philanthropy . Schweitzer lives and works in Montréal.
Source: Joyce Millar Art Consultants Inc. Evaluation criteria for "Dark House I". January 2003.

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Browns, Irwin

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J.S.

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  • English

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