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HOLBROOK, Elizabeth (Mary Bradford)

Naissance
Hamilton, Ontario, 1913
Décès
Hamilton, Ontario, 2009
Notice biographique
Elizabeth Holbrook was born in 1913 in Hamilton, Ontario. She began studying art at the Hamilton Technical Institute with Hortense Gorden and continued at the Ontario College of Art from which she graduated with A.O.C.A. She continued her studies in London, England at the Royal College of Art. A sculptor, Holbrook has works in many institutional, government, museum, gallery and private collections. Perhaps her best known work includes a bust of the Hon. Ellen Fairclough, the first female member of the Canadian Cabinet, and one of former Prime Minister John G. Diefenbaker, both in the Houses of Parliament in Ottawa. In addition to busts Holbrook also designed medals, jewelry and public sculptures.
Médias
Sculpture
Etudes
Hamilton Art School, 1928 - 1931 (Sous la direction de John Sloan, John Gordon, Hortense Gordon)
Ontario College of Art & Design (formerly Ontario School of Art), 1932 - 1935 (Sous la direction de Emanuel Hahn)
Royal College of Art, London, England, 1936 - ? (Sous la direction de Richard Garbe)
Cranbrook Academy of Arts, Bloomfield, Michigan, USA, 1941 - 1948 (Sous la direction de Carl Milles)
Hamilton Art School
Associations
Order of Canada
Royal Canadian Academy of Arts
Ontario Society of Artists
Sculptors' Society of Canada
Canadian Portrait Academy, 1997 - Founding Member
Order of Ontario
International Art Medal Association (FIDEM)
Medallic Art Society of Canada
Canadian Group of Art Medallists
Lieux de conservation des dossiers et archives
University of Calgary Library, AB
University of British Columbia - Fine Arts Library
Library and Archives Canada / Bibliothèque et Archives Canada, ON
London Public Library, ON
National Gallery of Canada, ON - Library and Archives
Art Gallery of Ontario - Edward P. Taylor Research Library and Archives
Vancouver Art Gallery, BC - Library
Hamilton Public Library, ON - Local History and Archives Department
Canadian Women Artists History Initiative Documentation Centre, QC
BIBLIOGRAPHIE

Documents sur l'artiste
Elizabeth Bradford Holbrook, Sculptor 2010
http://elizabethbradfordholbrook.com/.
"119 Entries on Display at Art Exhibit: Annual Spring Show Smaller But Works of Better Quality." Standard 6 Mar. 1948.
"53 personnes recoivent l'Ordre du Canada." La Presse (Montreal) 18 Nov. 1995: A31.
"65th Spring Exhibition: Annual Show is Opened at Art Association." Toronto Star 04 Mar. 1948.
"Art Gallery Spring Show Juries Pick 119 Items From 1,400 Entries." Gazette (Montreal) 04 Mar. 1948.
"Claude Ryan devient Compagnon de l'Ordre du Canada." La Presse 30 Jun. 1995: A20.
"Correction." Hamilton Spectator 3 Apr. 2009: A2.
"Defence of French Art in War to be Described." Star (Toronto) Mar. 1948.
"Fifty-Three Invested in Order of Canada." Edmonton Journal 17 Nov. 1995: A4.
"LeBlanc Names 79 to Order of Canada: Edmontonians Among Those Appointed." Edmonton Journal 30 Jun. 1995: E10.
"McGill Prof, Ryan Named Companions of Order of Canada." Gazette (Montreal) 30 Jun. 1995: A11.
"Order of Canada Honours Announced by Governor-General Drabinsky, Ryan Among 79 Citizens to be Appointed or Promoted for Achievement." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 30 Jun. 1995: A3.
"Ryan, Voisine decores de l'Ordre du Canada." Le Droit (Montreal) 30 Jun. 1995: 2.
"Tells How Art Pieces Preserved in Safety." Gazette (Montreal) 17 Mar. 1948.
Abbate, Gay. "Sculptor Brought Bronze to Life." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 14 Mar. 2009: S11.
American Federation of Arts. Who's Who in American Art, 1986. New York: R.R. Bowker, 1986.
American Federation of Arts. Who's Who in American Art, 1989. Washington, DC: R.R. Bowker, 1989.
Art Gallery of Hamilton. First Exhibition of the Contemporary Artists of Hamilton. Hamilton: Art Gallery of Hamilton, 1949.
Art Gallery of Hamilton. Sculptures of Elizabeth Bradford Holbrook: Art Gallery of Hamilton, March 7-31, 1974. Hamilton: Art Gallery of Hamilton, 1974.
Bell, Pat. "Five Ottawa-Area Residents Appointed to Prestigious Order of Canada." Ottawa Citizen 2 Jul. 1995: A5.
Canadian Crossroads International. "Sculptor Elizabeth Holbrook, Renowned for Bust of CCI's Founder, Passes Away at Age 95." http://bbnc.cciorg.ca/NetCommunity/Page.aspx?pid=788 2008.
Canadian Press Newswire. "Garth Drabinsky Among 79 Names to Order of Canada." Toronto Star 30 Jun. 1995: A11.
Cherry, Zena. "Academy Show at Ex." Globe and Mail 15 Aug. 1980: P12.
Cherry, Zena. "Medalist, 65, Celebrates 30 Years in Canada." Globe & Mail (Toronto) 21 Nov. 1978: P12.
Cherry, Zena. "Medals Given to Horse Owners." Globe & Mail (Toronto) 15 Nov. 1978: P12.
Corbet, Christian. "Dora de Pedery-Hunt (Obituaries) (In Memoriam)." Globe & Mail (Toronto) 17 Nov. 2008: S10.
Davie, Michael B. "Pull Up a Room and Stay Awhile; Niagara-on-the-Lake is an Entertaining Town, Day and Night." Toronto Star 3 May 2001: K7..
Deathwatch Central. "Elizabeth Bradford Holbrook, Sculptor, 95." http://slick.org/deathwatch/mailarchive/msg02345.html 2009.
Fetherling, Douglas. "Who's Who as a Sociological Relief Map." Whig-Standard (Kingston) 16 Jan. 1988: 1.
Fragomeni, Carmela. "Sculpting Pioneer; Hamiltonian Stretched Social Limits When Art was Considered Man's Game." Hamilton Spectator 10 Mar. 2009: A2.
Fulford, Robert. "Who's Who is a Book of 15,000 Authors." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 26 Sept. 1998: D16.
Hamilton Gallery of Distinction. "Inductees for 1994: Elizabeth Bradford Holbrook." http://www.myhamilton.ca/myHamilton/LibraryServices/GalleryofDistinctionPage.htm?pagetype=show&id=117 2007.
House of Commons Heritage Collection. "Sculpture." http://www.parl.gc.ca/Sites/Collections//fine_arts/sculpture-e.htm 2008.
Kritzwiser, Kay. "To China for Charm and a Taste of History." Globe & Mail (Toronto) 23 Aug. 1980: T5.
MacDonald, Colin S. The Dictionary of Canadian Artists. (Volumes 1-8 by Colin S. MacDonald, and volume 9 by Anne Newlands and Judith Parker) Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 2009
http://www.rcip-chin.gc.ca/application/aac-aic/description-about.app?lang=en.
MacDougall, James, Judith Finch & Doris McCarthy. The Ontario Society of Artists 1995. Toronto: Ontario Society of Artists, 1995.
McMann, Evelyn de Rostaing. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Formerly Art Association of Montreal: Spring Exhibitions, 1880-1970. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1988.
McMann, Evelyn de Rostaing. Royal Canadian Academy of Arts/Académie royale des arts du Canada: Exhibitions and Members 1880-1979. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1981.
McMaster University Art Gallery. Elizabeth Bradford Holbrook R.C.A. : A Retrospective. Hamilton: The Gallery, 1989.
National Gallery of Canada. National Gallery of Canada Catalogue of Canadian Art. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1988.
New Forest Pony Society of North America. "A Tribute to Mrs. Holbrook." http://www.nfpsna.com/news.htm 2009.
Newswire. "53 Canadians Honored - Canadian Press." Times-Colonist (Victoria) 17 Nov. 1995: 1.
Ontario Library Review. Who's Who in Canadian Art: From Ontario Library Review, November 1947-August 1962. Toronto: Government Printer, 1948.
Ontario Society of Artists. Catalogue of the Ninety-Seventh Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture of the Ontario Society of Artists, 1969. London, Ontario: Unknown, 1969.
Ontario Society of Artists. "Member Profile: Elizabeth Bradford Holbrook." http://www.ontariosocietyofartists.org/profiles/holbrook.html ?.
Pearson, Mike. "Sculptor Elizabeth Holbrook was a Local Arts Icon: Artisan Sculpted Some of Most Recognizable Public Figures of the 20th Century." Dundas Star News 6 Mar. 2009.
Rapoport, Paul. "Elizabeth Holbrook." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 20 Mar. 2009: S7.
Sculptors Society of Canada. "Elizabeth Holbrook." http://www.cansculpt.org/memberDetails.php?id=61&fn=Elizabeth&ln=Holbrook 2004.
Simpson, Kieran, ed. Canadian Who's Who, 1988. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1988.
Simpson, Kieran, ed. Canadian Who's Who, 1993. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993.
Wolff, Hennie. Index of Ontario Artists. Toronto: Visual Arts of Ontario, Ontario Association of Art Galleries, 1978.
Wood, Elizabeth Wyn. "Observations on a Decade ... 1938-1948: Ten Years of Canadian Sculpture." Journal, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada 25.1 (Jan. 1948): 15-19.

Documents rédigés par l'artiste
Holbrook, Elizabeth. "Dr. James H. Robinson." [Reproduction] National Sculpture Review 18.1 (Spring 1969): 9.
Holbrook, Elizabeth. "Emanuel Hahn." [Reproduction] Canadian Art 10.4 (1953): 139.
Holbrook, Elizabeth. "Harry Somers." [Reproduction] Canadian Art 21 (Sept. 1964): 303.

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