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J.S. McLean fonds

  • LA.SC048
  • Fonds
  • 1936-1956

Fonds consists of correspondence, photographs and other material related to the J.S. McLean Collection (including the Canada Packers collection) and to J.S. McLean’s position as a vice-president of the Art Gallery of Toronto. Fonds is comprised of the following series: J.S. McLean Collection documentation Photographs Tom Thomson sketches correspondence Art Gallery of Toronto papers

McLean, John Stanley, 1876-1954

Judith Nasby-Rolph Scarlett collection

  • LA.SC164
  • Collection
  • [ca. 1928]-2008

Collection consists of research on Rolph Scarlett by Judith Nasby, correspondence between Rolph Scarlett and Judith Nasby on his artistic method, and studies by Rolph Scarlett.

Scarlett, Rolph, 1889-1984

Judith Rodger-Greg Curnoe collection

  • LA.SC086
  • Fonds
  • 1940-2000

The collection consists of research material gathered by Judith Rodger in the course of her work on the catalogue for the Art Gallery of Ontario exhibition Greg Curnoe: Life and Stuff. Collection includes audio recordings of Curnoe, published articles, photographs, ephemera, and eulogies for Curnoe. Sources for individual items include Jack Behrens, Glen Curnoe, Tony McAulay, and Brenda Wallace.

Rodger, Judith

Jules Wegman collection

  • LA.SC107
  • Fonds
  • 1865-1867

The collection consists of 45 architectural drawings in ink and wash, comprising elevations and details of major Italian and German churches, probably drawn as student projects.

Wegman, Jules Frederic (1865-1931)

Kathleen Munn fonds

  • LA.SC105
  • Fonds
  • 1912-[193-]

Fonds consists of nine notebooks kept by Kathleen Munn as a student at the Art Student’s League in New York City and at the Summer program in Woodstock, NY. The books contain a meticulous record of her exposure to ideas about artistic theory, philosophy and art history. Undated drawings, prints and unbound notes are also included, and a group of ‘arts-and-crafts’ inspired decorative designs. The fonds contains more than 1800 pencil drawings executed as studies for her mature work on the subject of the Christian Passion. Photographs of eight of these completed drawings are included. Fonds is comprised of the following series: 1. Notebooks 2. Life drawings and studies 3. Studies for ‘The Passion’

Munn, Kathleen Jean, 1887-1974

L.A.C. Panton fonds

  • LA.SC046
  • Fonds
  • [18--]-1987

Fonds consists of correspondence, newspaper and magazine clippings, lecture notes, newsletters, cards and party invitations, exhibition catalogues, reproductions of art works, passport, certificates, and photographs relating to L.A.C. Panton’s personal and professional life. The photographs range from portraits of his family in England to scenes that provided the basis of paintings, particularly the Nova Scotia coastline. Correspondence relates to his involvement in art societies and his community in North Toronto but does not include his family life. Letters were received from several members of the Group of Seven, Florence Wyle, Arthur Heming, Fred Brigden, G.A. Reid and many others. Clipping files relate both to his professional life and his interest in economics and current events. The fonds arrived at the archives in no discernible order; order has been imposed by the archivist to correspond as much as possible to a file listing found in the fonds. Fonds is comprised of the following series: L.A.C. Panton’s file arrangement Other files Photographs

Panton, L.A.C. (Lawrence Arthur Colley), 1894-1954

Lucius O'Brien studio journal

  • LA.SC146
  • Discrete item
  • 1882-1895

Item is a notebook used by Lucius O’Brien to record sales of his paintings year by year between 1882 and 1895, including names of purchasers and prices paid, both privately and at exhibitions. Notes in the journal also include income from art lessons. Beginning at the back of the journal on inverted pages (p. 94–[126]) are checklists of names of members of the Ontario Society of Artists and their addresses; with household and other notes.
Extracts from catalogues of art dealers and exhibitors and other material pasted into the journal include items from the Art Association of Montreal; Jno. B. Hall, M.D., Toronto; Thomas McLean’s Gallery in Haymarket, London; Matthews Brothers, Toronto; Dolman & Son Picture Frame Makers &c., London; W. Scott & Sons, Montreal; and the Palette Club, Toronto. Some leaves of pasted items have become detached.
Enclosures (loose) consist of a drawing of a sailing vessel, signed by the artist and dated 1882 (1 leaf); and a letter (1883) from J. Nathan, Burlington Gallery, London (1 leaf).

O’Brien, Lucius Richard

Mary E. Wrinch fonds

  • LA.SC130
  • Fonds
  • ca.1917-ca.1939

Fonds consists of a single scrapbook compiled by the artist, containing press clippings, illustrations clipped from exhibition catalogues, and four photographs.

Wrinch, Mary E., 1877-1969

Master Print and Drawing Society of Ontario fonds

  • LA.SC068
  • Fonds
  • 1985-1998

The fonds consists of correspondence, reports, minutes, and other materials relating to the administrative activities of the Society. It also contains photograph albums documenting the travels of the MPDSO to various European and North American destinations, 1987-1999. The fonds is divided into four series corresponding to each Presidential term of office, plus a series of photograph albums. Fonds is comprised of the following series: 1. Sidney Bregman files 2. Martin Kosoy files 3. Jack Markens files 4. Mary F. Williamson files 5. Photograph albums

Master Print and Drawing Society of Ontario

Maud Yarker Sketchbook

  • LA.SC129
  • Discrete item
  • [191-]?

The sketchbook contains 27 naturalistic watercolours of Canadian wildflowers painted by Maud Yarker, with 1 partial (torn) sheet of watercolour possibly detached from another sketchbook.

Yarker, Maud

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