Halton Hills Images
Portrait of artist Frank Charles Black (1893-1988).
Description
Creator
Walter Rutherford, Photographer
Media Type
Image
Item Types
Photographs
Black-and-white photographs
Description
Portrait of artist Frank Charles Black (1893-1988). Black was a well-respected artist. He exhibited with the Ontario Society of Artists and the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. He was also a colleague of the Group of Seven, and shared their initial profession, commercial art. He retired to Georgetown with his wife Lillian in the early 1950s. He was then able to devote himself fully to painting, teaching and mentoring many area artists. This portrait was taken in Bermuda. This portrait was donated to the library by Florence Baker, Georgetown.
Date of Publication
1939
Date Of Event
c.1939
Subject(s)
Local identifier
EHS25934
Collection
HHPL
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.65011 Longitude: -79.91634
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Contact
Esquesing Historical Society
Email:esquesinghs@gmail.com
Website:
Agency street/mail address:

P.O. Box 51,

Georgetown, ON L7G 4T1

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Portrait of artist Frank Charles Black (1893-1988).


Portrait of artist Frank Charles Black (1893-1988). Black was a well-respected artist. He exhibited with the Ontario Society of Artists and the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. He was also a colleague of the Group of Seven, and shared their initial profession, commercial art. He retired to Georgetown with his wife Lillian in the early 1950s. He was then able to devote himself fully to painting, teaching and mentoring many area artists. This portrait was taken in Bermuda. This portrait was donated to the library by Florence Baker, Georgetown.