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Kathleen Munn: Rediscovering a Canadian Modernist

Kathleen Munn, Last Supper, 1938

Kathleen Munn: Rediscovering a Canadian Modernist

March 31, 2010, 7 pm
Marvin Gelber Print & Drawing Study Centre, Art Gallery of Ontario

Georgiana Uhlyarik, Assistant Curator, Canadian Art, focuses her talk on Kathleen Munn’s Passion Series, created between 1928 and 1939. These intricate pencil drawings combine traditional subject matter with modernist aesthetics, and represent the culmination of Munn’s artistic vision and ambition. Kathleen Munn (1887-1974), was one of the first Canadian artists to embrace cubism and abstraction, creating paintings in the teens that were rivaled only by the radical works of Emily Carr.

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