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Drawings and Etchings

Series comprises drawings and etchings by Florence Vale.

Vale, Florence, 1909-2003

Drawings for "The Passion"

Series contains preparatory pencil drawings for ‘The Passion’ series. Munn commonly used both sides of her sheets of paper and the numbers given are for the number of pages. Some contain a brief notation or number. She apparently combined and rearranged the small drawings; some are pasted composites, and others contain pin-holes. Most sheets contain a single figure with variations in stance, usually involving points or dots, suggesting that she was using an angle to work out geometrical structure. The sheer quantity indicates the extraordinary effort involved in the creation of her final drawings. Series also contains 1 ink and brush drawing, and one charcoal drawing. None are dated.

Munn, Kathleen Jean, 1887-1974

Elizabeth McGillivray Knowles photographs

Series comprises photographs of Canadian painter Elizabeth McGillivray Knowles (Ottawa 1866–1928 Riverton, N.H.) and her paintings taken around the turn of the 20th century at an unidentified location.

Conn, Gordon, d. 1977

Executive committee files

Series consists of members, executive and annual general meeting minutes; the secretary’s rough notes for the meeting minutes; register of directors; files of the communication, fundraising, hospitality and maintenance committees which reported to the executive committee. These files are of the Workscene Co-operative Corporation, Workscene/Ruby-Fiorino Gallery and the Workscene Gallery as noted. The arrangement of the files in this series respects the original order of the creator. The meeting minutes were filed by year with the secretary’s notes filed separately. The materials in all files are roughly chronological

Exhibition and project files

Series consists of material relating to various exhibitions and projects undertaken by John Boyle, including correspondence, press clippings, notes, draft writings, and images used as source material. Material is filed together by project or exhibition in approximate chronological order, but many files also contain miscellaneous material as filed by the artist. Researchers should also consult Series 5: Studio business files for related material.

Boyle, John B., 1941-

Exhibition and projects files

Series consists of letters, e-mails, faxes, loan agreements, invitation lists, photographs, notes, press clippings, exhibition notices, catalogues, lists of art works pertaining to exhibitions, and exhibition itineraries. The series also consists of correspondence letters and e-mails regarding the book Tim Zuck: Paintings and Drawings, Altitude Publishing, 1997, edited by Ramsay Cook with essays by Ramsay Cook, Ron Graham, William Moore and an interview with Jean Blodgett. The artist has filed these documents alphabetically by project.

Zuck, Tim, 1947-

Exhibition catalogues

Series consists of exhibition catalogues from private and public art galleries, art periodicals, clippings from magazines and newspapers, and assorted printed material generated by art galleries, including posters and invitations. Arrangement is alphabetical by artist, beginning with a file of group show catalogues. An unknown number of catalogues was donated to the Fine Art Department, University of Toronto, in 1974 (see correspondence in Box 17.1).||

Abramov, Ayala Zacks, 1912-2011

Exhibition catalogues

Series consists of catalogues for group and solo exhibitions featuring Robert Markle’s work.

Markle, Robert, 1936-1990

Exhibition files

Series consists of lists of art works, correspondence, mailing lists and press clippings relating to a number of exhibitions of Robert Markle’s work held chiefly at The Isaacs Gallery and at other locations in Ontario. Material has been filed according to exhibition by Robert Markle.

Markle, Robert, 1936-1990

Exhibition files

Series consists of material related to various exhibitions and includes invitations, artist lists, brochures, guest books, photographs, slides, negatives, contact sheets, press clippings, press releases, grant application materials related to specific exhibitions and one video tape. Individual files contain some or all of these; the presence of photographs, slides, negatives, contact sheets or video tapes is noted. The guest books span multiple shows and are grouped in the final file. The files are arranged roughly chronologically with files for each year containing materials from smaller exhibitions and separate files for larger exhibitions. Within the files the materials are arranged chronologically where possible with exceptions noted.

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