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HUSBAND, Dalla

Naissance
Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1899
Décès
Mexico City, 1943
Notice biographique
Dalla Husband spent most of her youth in Vernon, B.C. where she took art lessons with Miss Jessie Topham Brown who had studied at the Slade School in England. In 1924, she moved to London and later to Paris where she studied printmaking with Stanley William Hayter at Atelier 17, a center for Surrealist artists, including Miro, Picasso among others. She exhibited at the Salon des Surindépendants in 1929 as well as galleries in Paris, London and Prague. She was engaged in the Republican cause during the Spanish Civil War and spent time in Spain in 1937. Her prints were included in the artists' books "Solidarite" (1938) and "Fraternite" (1939) produced in support of the Republicans. She remained in Europe for 16 years, leaving just before the German occupation of France. She lived in West Vancouver for a year before moving to Mexico, where she joined a group of Canadian artists in 1943. While in Mexico, she died from an infection. Apparently, Husband was preparing an exhibit for New York City at the time of her death . A large collection of her work is held at the The Winnipeg Art Gallery where a major retrospective of her work took place in 1995. A group of paintings were donated by her father, C.W. Husband, to the City of Vernon on the occasion of its 60th Anniversary.
Médias
Painting
Printmaking
Etudes
Atelier 17, 1924 - ? (Sous la direction de Stanley William Hayter)
Lieux de conservation des dossiers et archives
Artexte Information Centre, QC - Documentation Centre
National Gallery of Canada, ON - Library and Archives
Vancouver Art Gallery, BC - Library
Winnipeg Art Gallery, MA - Clara Lander Library
University of Calgary Library, AB
BIBLIOGRAPHIE

Documents sur l'artiste
Salon del Grabado, 1943: del 16 al 29 de julio. Mexico: La Galeria, 1943.
Bailey, Suzanne. "The Art of Engraving as Modernist Genre." Translocated Modernisms: Paris and Other Lost Generations. Edited by Emily Ballantyne, Marta Dvorak, Dean Irvine. Ottawa, ON.: University of Ottawa Press, 2016.
Dwyer, Maggie and Lisa Gabrielle Mark. Dalla Husband. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1995.
Edouard-Joseph, Rene. "Dalla Husband." Dictionnaire biographique des Artistes contemporains, 1910-1930 Paris: Art et edition, 1930.
Hacker, Peter. "Roger Vieillard." Print Quarterly 7.2 (June 1990): 146-161.
Tweedie, Eva. Gravure automatique : Dalla Husband at Atelier 17. Burnaby: Burnaby Art Gallery, 2015.

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