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?, 1920
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Notice biographique
Molly Lenhardt's father immigrated to Canada from Ukraine in the early twentieth century. She and her husband Joe later ran a variety store in Melville, Saskatchewan where she also served as a member of the City Council. Much of Lenhardt's work addresses Ukrainian settler heritage, and a profile of her work in the October/November 1979 issue of artscanada published 4 illustrations: Land of the Pioneers (1964, the cover image), Portrait of Father (1975), Convocations (1976) and Daughter of Canadian Ukrainian Pioneer (1978).
Lieux de conservation des dossiers et archives
Saskatchewan Archives Board
Canadian Women Artists History Initiative Documentation Centre, QC
University of Saskatchewan Archives
Alberta Culture and Community Spirit - Arts Branch
Art Gallery of Ontario - Edward P. Taylor Research Library and Archives
Artexte Information Centre, QC - Documentation Centre
London Public Library, ON
National Gallery of Canada, ON - Library and Archives
Winnipeg Art Gallery, MA - Clara Lander Library
Canadian Museum of Civilization Archives, QC
University of Regina, SK - Archives and Special Collections

Documents sur l'artiste
"Daughter of Canadian-Ukrainian Pioneer (1978)." Artscanada 36 (Aug.-Sept. 1979): 8.
"Making a Home Out of Existence: Nine Prairie Folk Artists." Artscanada 36.230-31 (Oct-Nov. 1979): 1-14.
"Molly Lenhardt Folk Artist Clippings." Leader Post 1984.
Anderson, Jack. "Exhibition is Visual Literature." Leader Post 24 Mar. 2004: A6.
Baele, Nancy. "Funny, Functional: Ceramic Exhibit Shows the Variety of the Form." Ottawa Citizen 30 Mar. 1992: B8.
Borsa, Joan. Seven Saskatchewan Folk Artists From the Permanent Collection of the Mendel Art Gallery and Saskatchewan Arts Board. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: Mendel Art Gallery, 1983.
Crepeau, Pierre, et al. From the Heart: Folk Art in Canada. Ottawa: McClelland and Stewart & National Museum of Civilization, 1983.
Kobayashi, Terry and Michael Bird. A Compendium of Canadian Folk Artists. Erin, Ontario: Boston Mills Press, 1985.
Laviolette, Mary-Beth. "Just Plain Folks: '... Folk Art is an Uncommon Artform From the Common People'." Calgary Herald 2 Jul. 2000: D8.
Marzolf, Helen. Molly Lenhardt Retrospective. Regina: Dunlop Art Gallery, 1990.
Marzolf, Helen. "Local Art Works of Special Value." Star (Phoenix) 26 Feb. 2004: A15.
McKendry, Blake. A to Z of Canadian Art: Artists and Art Terms. Kingston: B. McKendry, 1997.
McKendry, Blake. An Illustrated Companion to Canadian Folk Art. Kingston, Ontario: B. McKendry, 1999.
McKendry, Blake. Folk Art: Primitive and Naïve Art in Canada. Toronto and New York: Methuen & Facts on File, 1983.
Newman, Marketa. The Biographical Dictionary of Saskatchewan Artists, 2 Volumes. Saskatoon: Fifth House, 1990.
Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery. Remembering and Telling: Stories of Identity and Location. Regina: Mackenzie Art Gallery, 1991.
Robertson, Sheila. "Monumental Role Played by Elevators." Star (Phoenix) 27 Jun. 1998: C11.
Robertson, Sheila. "Tribute to Turnbull Evans." Star (Phoenix) 12 Dec. 1998: C13.
Robertson, Sheila. "University Celebrates Its Roots in the Arts." Star (Phoenix) 20 Sept. 1997: C12.
Smith, Trevor M. Split Personalities: Portraiture and the Imagination. Regina: Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, 1992.
Tippett, Maria. By a Lady. Toronto: Viking, 1992.

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