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MOHR, Ingeborg

Naissance
Innsbruck Tirol, Austria, 1921
Décès
Howe Island, Ontario, 2004
Notice biographique
Ingeborg Mohr was born in Innsbruck, Austria on December 8, 1921. At the age of eighteen she was diagnosed with polio and was dissuade from pursuing a career as a painter. After studying art history, Mohr decided to pursue her artistic aspirations despite this discouragement. She studied at the University of Breslau in Germany, took studio classes at the School of Fine Arts in Linz, and was eventually accepted into the Master Class at the School of Fine Arts in Graz, Austria. In 1954, Mohr immigrated to Canada with her husband Dr. Hans Mohr and children. They lived in Saskatchewan before moving to Toronto. During her Toronto years, Mohr discovered the work of the abstract expressionists, and as a result her style evolved from representational to non-objective painting. Around 1968 she began to work with batik cloth, and her batiks were exhibited at Goethe-House in Toronto (1968), Trent University in Peterborough (1968) and Merton Gallery in Toronto (1971), among others. Her batiks are held in the collections of Trent University, Massey College of the University of Toronto, and several private collections. In 1981 Mohr moved with her husband to Howe Island near Kingston, Ontario. She continued to exhibit, and her work was included in the "Notes on Dark Ground" show (1986) at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre. A member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Mohr died on 5 January 2004.
Médias
Painting
Sculpture
Textiles
Watercolour
Etudes
University of Breslau, Germany
School of Fine Arts, Linz
School of Fine Arts, Graz, Austria
Associations
Royal Canadian Academy of Arts
Lieux de conservation des dossiers et archives
University of Calgary Library, AB
Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal, QC - Media Centre
University of British Columbia - Fine Arts Library
University of Manitoba - Architecture and Fine Arts Library
Winnipeg Art Gallery, MA - Clara Lander Library
Hamilton Public Library, ON - Local History and Archives Department
London Public Library, ON
National Gallery of Canada, ON - Library and Archives
Art Gallery of Ontario - Edward P. Taylor Research Library and Archives
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts / Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, QC
Vancouver Art Gallery, BC - Library
Artexte Information Centre, QC - Documentation Centre
Canadian Women Artists History Initiative Documentation Centre, QC
BIBLIOGRAPHIE

Documents sur l'artiste
"Artist Turns to Batik Wall Hangings." Globe and Mail 6 Feb. 1969: W7.
Andrews, Bernadette. "Art - Ingeborg and her beautiful batiks." Toronto Telegram 10 Aug. 1968.
Burliuk, Greg. "Music in Your Eyes Festival Brings Many Artists Together." Kingston Whig-Standard 2 Oct. 1997: 28.
Dugan, Melanie. "Auction Features Work by Some of City's Finest Artists." Kingston Whig-Standard 19 Oct. 2002: 2.
Dugan, Melanie. "Exploratory Journeys into the Unknown." Kingston Whig-Standard 18 March 2000: 4.
Farr, Dorothy. Ingeborg Mohr: Notes on Dark Ground Kingston, Ont.: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, 1986.
Kritzwiser, Kay. "Art that Won't be Pinned Down." Globe and Mail 10 Oct. 1984: M7.
Kritzwiser, Kay. "In Search of Neglected Schools of Art." Globe and Mail 4 Dec. 1971: 28.
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.
Moll, Richard. "Bold Colors Will Catch Eye of Those Viewing Works." Kingston Whig-Standard 7 Sept. 1996: 4.
Moore, Lisa. "Frankly Rejoicing." Kingston Whig-Standard 30 Aug. 1986: 1.
Parpart, Lee. "Mother of All Lithographs Worth a Total Look." Kingston Whig-Standard 15 Nov. 1997: 2.
Parpart, Lee. "Toronto Trip Turns Bountiful for Local Artists." Kingston Whig-Standard 22 July 1995: 4.
Sikora, Anne. "The Variety and Vitality of Regional Art." Whig-Standard Kingston: 3 Jan. 1987: 1.
Tippett, Maria. Ingeborg Mohr, Works on Paper 1968-1982 Burnaby, B.C.: Simon Fraser Gallery, 1983.

Documents rédigés par l'artiste
Mohr, Ingeborg and Johann Mohr. Memento Mori: Paintings and Poetry Gananoque, Ont.: Renate and Veronica Mohr, 2008.

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