Garside, Thomas Hilton (1906-1980 )

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Garside, Thomas Hilton (1906-1980 )

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1906-1980

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Born in Duckenfield, England, in 1906, Thomas Garside arrived in Canada in 1914. Later he studied at the Monument National at nights under Edmond Dyonnet and Adam Sheriff Scott and at the Montréal Art Association under Paul Caron and W.H. Taylor. His subjects included scenes for the Laurentian region, Baie St. Paul, Cape Cod, Murray Bay, Newfoundland and Eastern Townships of Québec. He died in Montréal in 1980.

Excerpted from Colin S. MacDonald, Dictionary of Canadian Artists, Volume 2, Canadian paperbacks, 3rd edition, 1977.

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