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Vancouver, art and artists, 1931-1983.

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Published by Vancouver Art Gallery in [Vancouver, B.C., Canada] .
Written in English



  • British Columbia,
  • Vancouver


  • Arts, Canadian -- British Columbia -- Vancouver -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.,
  • Artists -- British Columbia -- Vancouver -- Biography.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsVancouver Art Gallery.
LC ClassificationsNX513.V36 V36 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination439 p. :
Number of Pages439
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2907329M
ISBN 100920095003
LC Control Number84137129

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Biography. Michael de Courcy was born August 3, in Montreal, Quebec. He completed his formal education at Ecole des beaux-arts de Montreal and Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts (). He lives and works in Vancouver, British Columbia.. Career. In the late 's de Courcy joined the Intermedia Society, an artist collective active in Vancouver, British Columbia from to Education: Ecole des beaux-arts de . Lillian Irene Hoffar Reid ( in Vancouver, British Columbia – in Sidney, British Columbia) was a Canadian painter. She was in the first graduating class, June , at the Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Art (now the Emily Carr University of Art and Design). She taught at the Vancouver School of Art from to Alma mater: Vancouver School of Decorative . Vancouver, art and artists, by Vancouver Art Gallery Call Number: NV3 V35 ISBN: ”This treasure map, or alternative guide book to the city of Vancouver is written for the wanderer. in the mode of Situationist International, this guide promotes the seeking of free or nearly free experiences. Author: Carly Diab. Ranging from the personal to the historical and analytic, 23 articles on art, photography, film, video, performance, architecture, and design outline the history of artistic activity and art institutions in Vancouver from to Includes a chronology of artistic and political events. Biographical notes. Circa bibl. by: 2.

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