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LORING, Frances

Naissance
Wardner, Idaho, 1887
Décès
Newmarket, Ontario, 1968
Notice biographique
Frances Norma Loring studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Geneva, Switzerland (1901-1903), with Carl Guttner in Munich (1903), at the Academie Colarossi (1904-06), at the Chicago Art Institute in 1906 and Art Students League in New York in 1910. It was at the Chicago Art Institute that she met Florence Wyle. She set up a studio in New York between 1909-12 and she settled in Canada in 1913. She was commissioned to depict industrial workers to make records of the First World War. She exhibited with the Ontario Society of Artists beginning in 1910. She was a member of the Ontario Society of Artists (1920, resigned, 1933, reinstated, 1948) and the Royal Canadian Academy (Associate, 1920, Academician, 1947). She was a member of the Women's Art Association of Canada (president in 1939) and she was the chief organizer of the Federation of Canadian Artists and the National Arts Council. Along with Emanuel Hahn and Henri Hebert she founded the Sculptors’ Society of Canada in 1928. She completed numerous corporate commissions and war memorials. Her honors included a gold medal from the University of Alberta and an honorary LLD from the University of Toronto in 1955.
Médias
Sculpture
Etudes
Ecole des Beaux Arts, Geneva, Switzerland, 1901 - 1903
Private study, 1903 (Sous la direction de Carl Guttner (Munich))
Académie Colarossi, Paris, 1904 - 1906
Art Institute of Chicago, 1906
Art Students' League, New York, 1910
Associations
Ontario Society of Artists, 1920; Resigned, 1933, reinstated, 1948
Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Associate, 1920; Academician, 1947
Lieux de conservation des dossiers et archives
Library and Archives Canada / Bibliothèque et Archives Canada, ON
Canadian Women Artists History Initiative Documentation Centre, QC
Art Gallery of Ontario - Edward P. Taylor Research Library and Archives
Smithsonian Institution, DC - Archives of American Art
London Public Library, ON
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts / Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, QC
Alberta Culture and Community Spirit - Arts Branch
National Gallery of Canada, ON - Library and Archives
Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, ON
University of British Columbia - Fine Arts Library
University of Calgary Library, AB
Vancouver Art Gallery, BC - Library
Winnipeg Art Gallery, MA - Clara Lander Library
Hamilton Public Library, ON - Local History and Archives Department
BIBLIOGRAPHIE

Documents sur l'artiste
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"Dreams in Stone." Toronto Star Weekly 14 May 1938.
"Entries So Bad Prizes Cancelled But Sculptor 'May' Get $600." Gazette (Montreal) Montreal: 4 Jan. 1955.
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Crawford, Lenore. "Dr. Comfort Opens 2-Sculptor Show." London Evening Press 10 Nov. 1962.
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Documents rédigés par l'artiste
Loring, Frances. "A Word of Introduction." Fifty Years of Photography by Ashley & Crippen. Toronto: Ashley & Crippen, 1965.
Loring, Frances. "Sculpture in the Garden." Canadian Art 1.2 (Dec-Jan 1943-44): 64-67.

Texte intégral de compte rendu (pdf).
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, février 22, 1908) M.L.A.F..  "Features of the Art Exhibition. The Pictures of Each Artist are Not Hung Together This Year. New Names on the List. Some who Never Exhibited Before-The Exhibition Open to the Public."  Toronto Star  février 22, 1908.  p.17.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, février 22, 1908) "The Annual O. S. A. Exhibition. The Season's Pictures."  Toronto Saturday Night  février 29, 1908.  p.4.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Toronto, avril 1908) "R.C.A. Exhibition Scorched Many Pictures Destroyed."  Toronto Telegram  avril 29, 1908.  p.6.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Toronto, avril 1908) "Many Pictures Burned. $8,000 Fire in the Canadian Academy's Exhibition."  Globe (Toronto)  avril 30, 1908.  p.11.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Toronto, avril 1908) "Annual Exhibition of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts (Illustration)."  Canadian Courier  mai 02, 1908.  p.9.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, mars 09, 1912) M.L.A.F..  "Both Sculptor and Painter at the O.S.A Exhibition."  Toronto Star  mars 16, 1912.  p.13.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, mars 1914) "Strong and Varied Pictures at the O.S.A. Exhibition."  The Globe (Toronto)  mars 14, 1914.  p.10.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, novembre 18, 1915) "Royal Canadian Academy of Arts Open Galleries. 288 Fine Pictures on Exhibition at 37th Annual Exhibition."  Montreal Herald  novembre 19, 1915.  p.5.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, mars 11, 1916) "Extremes Meet at O.S.A. Show."  The Globe (Toronto)  mars 11, 1916.  p.8.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, mars 01, 1917) "Many Fine Paintings at O.S.A. Exhibition."  The Globe (Toronto)  mars 10, 1917.  p.21.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, mars 01, 1917) "They Do Not Merely Pose As Painters. Canadian Women Artists Have Done Distinguishing Work."  Toronto Star  mars 24, 1917.  p.14.   Comptes rendus intégraux
The Joint Annual Exhibition of the RCA and the OSA: (Toronto; Montreal (Fall), avril 05, 1918) "Academy Opens in New Gallery. With O.S.A., Holds Notable Exhibition of Pictures and Sculpture."  Globe (Toronto)  avril 06, 1918.  p.14.   Comptes rendus intégraux
The Joint Annual Exhibition of the RCA and the OSA: (Toronto, avril 05, 1918) Hector Charlesworth.  "Toronto's New Art Gallery. Its First Exhibition Provided by the Royal Canadian Academy."  Toronto Saturday Night  avril 20, 1918.  p.3.   Comptes rendus intégraux
The Joint Annual Exhibition of the RCA and the OSA: (Toronto; Montreal (Fall), avril 05, 1918) Hector Charlesworth.  "Toronto's New Art Gallery. Its First Exhibition Provided by the Royal Canadian Academy."  Toronto Saturday Night  avril 20, 1918.  p.3.   Comptes rendus intégraux
The Joint Annual Exhibition of the RCA and the OSA: (Toronto, avril 05, 1918) M.L.A.F..  "Etchings, Sculpture, At Art Exhibition.Shown at the New Gallery - Work of Torontonians and Other Canadians."  Toronto Star  avril 27, 1918.  p.11.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, novembre 20, 1919) "Great Variety Marks Annual Academy Show. Canada Maintains Its Lead in Array of Pictures at Art Gallery."  Globe (Toronto)  novembre 21, 1919.  p.8.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, novembre 20, 1919) Hector Charlesworth.  "Reflections [Forty-First Annual Exhibition of Royal Canadian Academy]."  Saturday Night (Toronto)  décembre 13, 1919.  33.9: 2.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, novembre 17, 1921) "Progress of Canadian Art Splendidly Demonstrated at Annual Academy Show."  Globe and Mail (Toronto)  novembre 18, 1921.  p.13.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, mars 21, 1922) "Exhibits Drawn From Wide Area. Growing Importance of Spring Art Exhibition More Generally Recognized."  Gazette (Montreal)  mars 21, 1922.  p.5.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, novembre 16, 1922) "High Standard Set by R.C.A. Pictures. Forty-Fourth Exhibition Opened With Private View Last Night."  Gazette (Montreal)  novembre 17, 1922.  p.9.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, mars 07, 1925) Hector Charlesworth.  "Ontario Society of Artists. Brilliant Portraiture the Outstanding Feature of This Year's Show."  Toronto Saturday Night  mars 14, 1925.  p.3.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, mars 06, 1926) Hector Charlesworth.  "Ontario Society of Artists Present Year's Exhibition of Higher Average Quality Than for Several Years."  Toronto Saturday Night  avril 03, 1926.  p.5.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, novembre 29, 1928) Augustus Bridle.  "Royal Canadian Academy Opens Here this Evening. Nearly 500 Pictures Sent in and 240 Are Hung - Most Brilliant Collection of Thoroughly Lawful Pictures in Life of R.C.A."  Toronto Star  novembre 29, 1928.  p.13.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, novembre 29, 1928) Mary-Etta MacPherson.  "Canadian Art in Review. Gleanings from the Fiftieth Exhibition of the Royal Canadian Academy, Held in Toronto Recently."  Canadian Homes and Gardens  février 1929.  pp.20-21.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, novembre 21, 1929) Henri Girard.  "Le cinquante et unieme salon de l'Academie Royale des Beaux-arts."  Revue Moderne  janvier 1930.  11.3: pp.5,55.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, novembre 1933) H. Rooney Pelletier.  "Canada's Art Exhibit Reveals New Ability. Increased Average of Mature Technique Noted at Opening."  Mail and Empire (Toronto)  novembre 17, 1933.  p.2.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, novembre 1933) "Many Artists from Toronto in Royal Academy Showing."  Evening Telegram (Toronto)  novembre 17, 1933.  p.4.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, novembre 1933) Reta W. Myers.  "In the Domain of Art. A Weekly Causerie of Interest to Art Lovers."  Publication Not Verified  novembre 18, 1933.  p.14.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, novembre 1933) "Royal Canadian Academy's 54th Exhibition."  Montreal Star  novembre 22, 1933.  p.15.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Montreal, novembre 21, 1935) "The Fifty-Sixth Exhibition of the Canadian Academy."  Montreal Star  novembre 22, 1935.  p.13.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Montreal, novembre 21, 1935) "Art Gallery Scene of R.C.A. Exhibition. Paintings and Other Works from Various Canadian Points Total 444. Much Good Portraiture."  Gazette (Montreal)  novembre 23, 1935.  p.19.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (Montreal, novembre 21, 1935) H. Poynter Bell.  "The Fifty-Sixth Annual Exhibition of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts."  Royal Architectural Institute of Canada  décembre 1935.  pp.195-198, 202.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, novembre 18, 1937) "Royal Canadian Academy Show is Opened at Art Association. Portraiture Represented by Good Examples and Landscapes as Usual Predominate."  Gazette (Montreal)  novembre 19, 1937.  p.12.   Comptes rendus intégraux

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