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SHORE, Henrietta

Toronto, Ontario, 1880
San Jose, California, 1963
Biography synopsis
Though born in Toronto, Henrietta Shore is remembered primarily as a Californian artist, where she became known for her semi-abstract, symbolic depictions of landscape, shells, and plants. Widely admired before the Second World War, Shore was considered to be the equal of Georgia O'Keefe, and became close friends with modernist photographer Edward Weston. The youngest of seven children, Shore's mother encouraged her early artistic ambition, and enrolled her in the classes offered by Laura Muntz, under whom she painted dark-toned genre works. In 1900, Shore began spending more time south of the border, attending the Art Students League of New York; she studied under William Merritt Chase until 1902, when Robert Henri became her teacher. Before 1912, Shore travelled to London, where she enrolled at the Heatherley Art School, and to Haarlem, Holland, where she continued to study painting. Despite numerous invitations from the Canadian government to participate in international exhibitions, Shore emigrated to California in 1913, moved to New York in 1920, and became an American citizen in 1921. In the late 1920s, she returned to Los Angeles and, in 1930, settled in the Mount Carmel artist colony on the Californian coast. Though she received a commission from the Treasury Relief Project to paint six murals in post offices (1936-37) and taught, Shore knew considerable poverty during the last decades of her life. After 1933, she exhibited rarely, and became religious. In the late 1950s, for unknown reasons, she was committed to a mental asylum. Group exhibitions include several in Southern California (from 1914) and the Pan-Pacific Exposition, San Diego (in 1915, for which she won a medal). She also exhibited abroad, in Paris, London, and Liverpool. Shore held solo shows at the Los Angeles Museum (1914, 1917, 1927), the Kraushaar Gallery, New York (1920), the Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts (1923), and the Georgette Passedoit Gallery, New York (1939).
Media used
Mural painting and decoration
Art Students' League, New York, 1900 - ? (under Kenneth Hayes Miller and Frank V. DuMond)
Heatherley Art School, London
Private study (under Laura Muntz Lyall)
New York School of Art (under William Merritt Chase and Robert Henri)
New York Society of Women Painters and Sculptors
Los Angeles Modern Art Society
Ontario Society of Artists, 1909; resigned 1915
Oregon Society of Artists, 1913
California Art Club, 1914
File & Archive locations
Art Gallery of Ontario - Edward P. Taylor Research Library and Archives
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts / Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, QC
National Gallery of Canada, ON - Library and Archives
University of British Columbia - Fine Arts Library
Canadian Women Artists History Initiative Documentation Centre, QC
Museum of Modern Art, NY
Brooklyn Museum, NY

Writings about
Exhibition of Paintings by Henrietta Shore. Toronto: Room "U", 1911.
Exhibition of Paintings by Henrietta Shore. Toronto: Room "U", 1911.
"27th Spring Exhibition." Standard (Hope, British Columbia) 25 Mar. 1911.
"Art and Artists." Globe (Toronto) 4 Feb. 1911: 14.
"Art Notes." Los Angeles Times 30 May 1920: [Part 3, page 2].
"Art: Exhibitions of the Week." New York Times 3 May 1925: 12.
"Art: Portraits, Landscapes and Prints." New York Times 19 Feb. 1922: 77.
"By Henrietta Shore." Monterey Peninsula Herald 24 Nov. 1961.
"Current Exhibitions: Henrietta Shore: A Retrospective 1900-1963." News (Jan.-Feb. 1987).
"Exposition de l'Academie Royale." La Presse (Montreal) 1912.
"Goes to Ottawa." Los Angeles Sunday Times 17 Feb. 1918: [Part 3, page 12].
"Hanson Puthuff's Landscapes." Los Angeles Sunday Times 22 Feb. 1920: [Part 3, page 3].
"Henrietta Shore." Ottawa Citizen 17 Feb. 1951.
"L'exposition de peintures est splendide." La Presse (Montreal) 27 Mar. 1914: 2.
"Leader in Church and Social Work." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 27 Dec. 1945: 7.
"Loans at Exposition Park." Los Angeles Times 13 Dec. 1914: [Part 3, page 6].
"Local Art Affairs Doings of Artists." Toronto Daily Star 3 Feb. 1913: 15.
"Miss Shore's Pictures." Los Angeles Times 3 May 1914: [Part 3, page 5].
"More Attention To Basic Principles Is the Need of Modern Art Believes Henrietta Shore, Holding Open House." Carmel Pine Cone 19 Oct. 1946.
"New Books on Art: Henrietta Shore." New York Times 21 Jan. 1934.
"News and Notes." Los Angeles Times 28 Jan. 1917: [Part 3, page 16].
"Notes of Interest in the world of Art." Toronto Daily Star 23 Mar. 1912.
"Once-famous Carmel artist re-discovered." Santa Clara Spectrum 13 Jan. 1988.
"Ontario Art Show to Open Shortly." Toronto Star 4 Feb. 1911: 14.
"Out of Town." New York Times 1 Mar. 1931: X12.
"Paintings by Miss Shore." Los Angeles Times 26 Apr. 1914: [Part 3, page 5].
"Pictures by Miss Shore." Los Angeles Sunday Times 25 Nov. 1917: [Part 3, page 24].
"Pictures by Miss Shore." Los Angeles Times 20 Dec. 1914: 10.
"Royal Academy Exhibition Opens." Globe (Toronto) 24 Nov. 1911.
"San Francisco's Fifty-Second Annual Is Nation Wide in Scope." Art Digest 4 (1 May 1930): 9.
"Social Events." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 3 Sept. 1912: 5.
"Social Events." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 20 Aug. 1920: 10.
"Social Events." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 26 Jul. 1905: 5.
"Spring Days in the Art Galleries." New York Times 25 Apr. 1926: X12.
"Subconscious Emotionalism on Canvas." Arts and Decoration (Feb. 1923).
"The Annual O.S.A. Exhibition." Saturday Night (29 Feb. 1908): 4.
"The Editor's Own Page." Touring Topics (Dec. 1929): 9.
"The Fine Arts." Montreal Star 5 Feb. 1911.
"The Home Forum: "White Gloxinia" by Henrietta Shore." Christian Science Monitor 28 Apr. 1939: 9.
"The World of Art: Henrietta Shore." Town and Country Review (Mar. 1935): 48.
"The World of Art: Spring Crop of Modernism." New York Times 14 May 1922: 55.
"Widely Known Artist Henrietta Shore Dies." Monterey Peninsula Herald (California) 18 May 1963.
"Women Artists: Paintings, Sculpture and Prints by the New York Society." New York Times 13 Mar. 1927: X11.
Adams, Elaine. "Still Life Painting in California: A Continuous Transformation." California Art Club Newsletter (Feb-Mar. 2004): 1-5.
Aikin, Roger. "Henrietta Shore and Edward Weston." American Art (Winter 1992): 43-61.
Aikin, Roger and Richard Lorenz. Henrietta Shore: A Retrospective, 1900-1963. Monterey, California: Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, 1986.
Alexander, Irene. "40 Paintings In New Carmel Gallery Show." Monterey Peninsula Herald 16 Oct. 1948.
Alexander, Irene. "Henrietta Shore in One-Man Show." Monterey Peninsula Herald ?.
Alexander, Irene. "Religious Art Exhibit Varied and Tasteful." Monterey Peninsula Herald 19 Jul. 1958.
American Federation of Arts. Who's Who in American Art, 1953. New York: R.R. Bowker, 1953.
American Federation of the Arts. American Art Annual, 1933. Washington, DC and New York: American Federation of the Arts, 1933.
Archives of American Art. Collection of Exhibition Catalogues. Boston: G.K. Hall and Co, 1979.
Armitage, Merle. Accent on America. New York: E. Weyhe, 1944.
Armitage, Merle. Henrietta Shore. New York: E. Weyhe, 1933.
Barley, Brooke. The Remarkable Lives of 100 Women Artists. Holbrook, Massachussetts: Bob Adams, 1994.
Barron, Stephanie, et al. Reading California: Art, Image and Identity, 1900-2000. Berkeley and London: University of California Press, 2001.
Beall, Karen F. [compiler]. American Prints in the Library of Congress: A Catalog of the Collection. Baltimore, Maryland: John Hopkins University Press, 1970.
Bell, Margaret. "Women and Art in Canada." Everywoman's World (June 1914).
Benezit, Emmanuel. Dictionnaire critique et documentaire des peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs et graveurs. Paris: Librairie Grund, 1976.
British Empire Exhibition. A Portfolio of Pictures from the Canadian Section of Fine Arts. London, England: British Empire Exhibition, 1924.
Burkhart, Dorothy. "Art Reviews: Provocative Shows at de Saisset." San Jose Mercury News 22 Jan. 1988.
Canadian National Exhibition. Catalogue of Deparment of Fine Arts, Canadian National Exhibition, 1909. Toronto: Canadian National Exhibition, 1909.
Canadian National Exhibition. Catalogue of Department of Fine Arts, 1910. Toronto: The Canadian National Exhibition, 1910.
Canadian National Exhibition. Catalogue of Department of Fine Arts, Canadian National Exhibition, 1908. Toronto: Canadian National Exhibition, 1908.
Carmel Art Association. The Carmel Art Association Exhibition. Carmel-By-The-Sea: Carmel Art Association, 1963.
Castagno, John. Latin American Artists' Signatures and Monograms: Colonial Era to 1996. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press, 1997.
Charlot, Jean. An Artist on Art: Collected Essays of Jean Charlot. Honolulu, Hawaii: University Press of Hawaii, 1972.
Charlot, Jean. "Henrietta Shore." Art From The Mayans To Disney. Freeport, New York: Books For Libraries Press, 1969 [reprint].
City Art Museum, Saint Louis. Exhibition of Paintings By Canadian Artists. Saint Louis: City Art Museum, Saint Louis, 1918.
Collins, Jim and Glenn B. Opitz, eds. Women Artists in America: 18th Century to the Present. New York: Apollo, 1980.
Dailey, Victoria, et al. LA's Early Moderns: Art, Architecture, Photography. Glendale, California: Balcony Press, 2003.
Dawdy, Doris Ostrander. Artists of the American West: A Biographical Dictionary, Vol. 2. Athens, Ohio: Swallow Press, Ohio University Press, 1981.
Delpar, Helen. The Enormous Vogue of Things Mexican: Cultural Relations Between the United States and Mexico, 1920-1935. Tuscaloosa, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 1992.
Devree, Howard. "A Reviewer's Notebook: Modern Art Ascendant in the Recently Opened Exhibitions - Groups and Solos." New York Times 19 Mar. 1939: 142.
Dijkstra, Bram. "Early Modernism in Southern California: Provincialism or Eccentricity?" On the Edge of America: California Modernist Art, 1900-1950. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996.
Dunitz, Robin J. and James Prigoff. Painting the Towns: Mural of California. Rehoboth, Massachussetts: RJD Enterprises, 1997.
Dyas, A.E. "Women's Work at the Exhibition." Toronto Saturday Night 7 Sept. 1912: 29, 36.
E. S. "Studio Talk." Studio 57 (1913): 250.
Ehrich Galleries. Paintings by Henrietta Shore. New York: Ehrich Galleries, 1923.
Falk, Peter Hastings. Who Was Who in American Art, 1985. Madison, Conneticut: Sound View Press, 1985.
Fernblatt, Ebria and Bruce Davis. Los Angeles Prints, 1883-1980. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1980.
Fielding, Mantle. Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors, and Engravers. Poughkeepsie, New York: Apollo Books, 1986.
Forest, Robert W De. An International Exposition of Art in Industry. New York: Macy's, 1928.
Georgette Passedoit Gallery. Paintings: Henrietta Shore. New York: Georgette Passedoit Gallery, 1939?.
Gerdts, William H. "Southern California." Art Across America: Two Centuries of Regional Painting, 1710-1920. New York: Abbeville Press, 3 (1990): 323.
Gilmore, Albert F. "Bricks Without Straw." Christian Science Monitor (21 Apr. 1937): 7.
Glancy, Diane. Adoration. Tucson, Arizona: Chax Press, 1999.
Hagemeyer, Dora. "Henrietta Shore: Her Work." Carmelite (5 Nov. 1931): 4.
Harris, L. S. "The R.C.A. Reviewed." Lamps 1.2 (Dec. 1911): 9.
Heller, Jules and Nancy. North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century. New York: Garland, 1995.
Henniker-Heaton, Raymond. Catalogue of Paintings by Henrietta Shore. Worcester, Massachussetts: Worcester Art Museum, 1923.
Hethcock, Ann. Visions of Their Own: Four Monterey Bay Artists of the Depression Era: Cor DeGavere, Leonora Naylor Penniman, Margaret Rogers, Henrietta Shore. Santa Cruz, California: Santa Cruz County Historical Trust, 1990.
Hinton, Susan. "Remedying the Past's Neglect." Artweek 19 (27 Feb. 1988): 1.
Hubbard, R. H. National Gallery of Canada, Catalogue of Paintings and Sculpture, Volume 3. Ottawa: Published for the Trustees by University of Toronto Press, 1960.
Hughes, Edan Milton. Artists in California, 1786-1940. San Francisco: Hughes Publishing, 1986.
Hughes, Margaret E. A Guide to Canadian Painters. Toronto: King's Printer, 1940.
Hughes, Margaret E. "A Guide to Canadian Painters." Ontario Library Review 24.3 (May-Aug. 1940).
Hunt, Edwyn A. "Henrietta Shore, Artist." California Arts and Architecture 55 (Mar. 1939): 7.
Jan, Alfred. "Henrietta Shore's Abstractions from Nature." Lively Arts and Fine Arts (Feb-Mar. ?): 17.
Johnson, Mark Dean, ed. At Work: The Art of California Labor. San Francisco, California: California Historical Society Press, Heyday Books, 2003.
Johnston, E. F. B. "Painting and Sculpture in Canada." Canada and Its Provinces. Toronto: Glasgow, Brook and Co, 1914.
Karlstrom, Paul J, ed. On the Edge of America: California Modernist Art 1900-1950. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1996.
Karlstrom, Paul J. and Susan Ehrlich. "Henrietta Shore (1880-1963)." Turning the Tide: Early Los Angeles Modernists, 1920-1956. Santa Barbara, California: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1990.
Key, A. F. "Parallels - and an expatriate; with replies by Jehanne Bietry Salinger, Henrietta Shore and Edward Weston." Canadian Forum 12, 13 (Jul-Nov. 1932): 384, 464, 74.
Kirking, Clayton C. "U.S. Photographers and Mexico, 1914-1947." Historian 56.2 (1994): 317-24.
Knight, Christopher. "Henrietta Shore: A return from Obscurity." Los Angeles Times 20 May 1990.
Knight, Malin Wilson. "Henrietta Shore." Last Chance for Eden: Selected Art Criticism by Christopher Knight. Los Angeles: Art Issues Press, 1995.
Kovinick, Phil, and Marian Yoshiki-Kovinick, eds. Encyclopedia of Women Artists of the American West. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1998.
Landauer, Susan, William H. Gerdts and Patricia Trenton. The Not-So-Still Life: A Century of California Painting and Sculpture. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2003.
Landi, Ann. "Ripe for Rediscovery." Artnews 95.10 (Nov. 1996): 118-21.
Little, Carl, et al. The Art of Monhegan Island. Camden, Maine: Down East Books, 2004.
Lorenz, Richard. "Henrietta Shore: Permanent qualities in art achieved through the dominating spirit of the times." Antiques and Fine Art (Dec. 1986): 21-23.
Los Angeles Museum. Paintings by Henrietta Shore. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Museum, 1927.
Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art. Exhibition of Paintings by Henrietta M. Shore, November 15-30, 1917. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, 1917.
Lowe, Sarah M., et al. Tina Modotti and Edward Weston: The Mexico Years. London and New York: Merrell, 2004.
M. L. F. "Toronto Girl Makes Sensation in New York." Star Weekly (Toronto) 31 Mar. 1923.
MacTavish, Newton. Ars Longa. Toronto: The Ontario Publishing Co., 1925.
MacTavish, Newton. The Fine Arts in Canada. Toronto: Macmillan, 1925.
Maddow, Ben. Edward Weston: Fifty Years. Millerton, New York: Aperture, 1973.
Marlor, Clark S. Society of Independent Artists Exhibition Record 1917-1944. New Jersey: Noyes Press, 1984.
Martin, Joan Gilbert. Santa Cruz County History Journal: Adventures in Santa Cruz History, No. 6: Pathways to the Past. Santa Cruz, California: Museum of Art and History at the MacPherson Center, 2009.
Mastin, Catharine M. Canadian Artists: South of the Border. Windsor: Art Gallery of Windsor, 1992.
Maxwell Galleries, Ltd. A Woman's Vision: California Painting Into the 20th Century. San Francisco: Maxwell Galleries Ltd, 1984.
McKendry, Blake. A to Z of Canadian Art: Artists and Art Terms. Kingston: B. McKendry, 1997.
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.
Moore, Sylvia. Yesterday and Tomorrow: California Women Artists. New York: Midmarch Arts Press, 1989.
Moure, Nancy. "The Not-So-Still Life." American Art Review 14.1 (2004): 94-105.
Moure, Nancy Dustin Wall. California Art: 450 Years of Painting and Other Media. Los Angeles: Dustin Publications, 1998.
Moure, Nancy Dustin Wall. Dictionary of Art and Artists in Southern California Before 1930. Los Angeles: Dustin Publications, 1975.
Moure, Nancy Dustin Wall. "Gregson Collection: How an art appreciator became a serious collector." Southwest Art 26 (Oct. 1996): 116-21.
Murray, Joan. Origins of Abstraction in Canada: Modernist Pioneers. Oshawa: The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, 1994.
National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors. Thirty-First Annual Exhibition. New York: Anderson Galleries, 1922.
National Gallery of Canada. Catalogue of Paintings and Sculpture: Canadian School. Ottawa: Trustees of the National Gallery of Canada, 1957.
Neff, Emily Ballew. The Modern West: American Landscapes, 1890-1950. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 2006.
Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art. Henrietta Shore: Two Worlds. Logan, Utah: Utah State University, 1988.
Oles, James. "South of the Border: American Artists in Mexico, 1914-1947." South of the Border: Mexico in the American Imagination 1914-1947. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1993.
Ontario Society of Artists. Catalogue of the Fortieth Annual Exhibition of the Ontario Society of Artists, 1912. Toronto: Ontario Society of Artists, 1912.
Opitz, Glenn B., ed. Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers. Poughkeepsie, New York: Apollo, 1983.
Panama-Pacific International Exhibition. Official Catalogue of the Department of Fine Arts: Panama-Pacific International Exposition. San Francisco: The Wahlgreen Company, 1915.
Petteys, Chris, et al. Dictionary of Women Artists: An International Dictionary of Women Artists Born Before 1900. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1985.
Poland, Reginald. "Henrietta Shore's Paintings." Christian Science Monitor (Boston) 13 Jun. 1927.
Prakash, A. K. Independent Spirit: Early Canadian Women's Art. Buffalo, New York: Firefly Books, 2008.
Robson, Albert Henry. Canadian Landscape Painters. Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1932.
Roznoy, Cynthia. Henrietta Shore: American Modernist. New York: City University of New York, 2003.
Roznoy, Cynthia. Modernists in (New) Mexico. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1996.
Rubinstein, Charlotte Streifer. American Women Artists: From Early Indian Times to the Present. Boston: G. K. Hall and Co, 1982.
S., M. "Laguna Beach: Henrietta Shore, Laguna Art Museum." Artnews 86.6 (Summer 1987): 66.
Salinger, Jehanne Bietry. "Geography and Art - And Shore." Canadian Forum 12.144 (Sept. 1932): 463-4.
Scharff, Virginia. "Independent Spirits: Women Envision the West, 1890-1945." Southwest Art 25 (Nov. 1995): 46-53.
Schipper, M. "Henrietta Shore." Artnews 86.6 (1987): 66.
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Smith, Sean. "Henrietta Shore: Passion in the Landscape." Release Magazine (Feb. 1988): 8, 9.
Snider, Stefanie Lauren. Henrietta Shore: Gendering of Art and Artist in Modernist America. Portland, Oregon: Reed College, 1998.
Spangenberg, Helen. Yesterday's Artists on the Monterey Peninsula. Monterey, California: Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, 1976.
Staley, John Edgcumbe. "Canadian Pictures in the Art Gallery." Toronto Star Weekly 31 Aug. 1912: 10.
Stoeva, Mina Tocheva. Henrietta Shore in Point Lobos and Carmel: Spirit of Place, Essence of Being. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia, 2004.
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Writings by
Shore, Henrietta. "Miss Shore is Not Amused." Canadian Forum 12.144 (Sept. 1932): 475-6.
Shore, Henrietta. "Slap Dash Times Call for Pains in Art." Monterey Peninsula Herald 31 OCt. 1947.

Full text pdfs of exhibition reviews
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition.: (Toronto, February 23, 1906) "Artists' Society Exhibition."  Globe (Toronto)  February 24, 1906.  p.16.   Full-text pdf
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition.: (, April 1907) "Exposition de tableaux A la galerie des arts."  La Presse (Montreal)  April 02, 1907.  pp.1,9.   Full-text pdf
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, February 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  February 22, 1908.  p.17.   Full-text pdf
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, February 22, 1908) "Ontario Artists Open Exhibition. Pictures are Fewer, but Standard is High."  Globe and Mail (Toronto).  February 22, 1908.  p.3.   Full-text pdf
Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition.: (Montreal, March 23, 1908) "Exhibition of Art. Some Brilliant Canvases Dazzle Eye in 24th Spring Exhibit in Art Gallery."  Gazette (Montreal)  March 23, 1908.  p.4.   Full-text pdf
Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, April 02, 1909) "Exhibition of Art. High Water Mark Reached in This Year's Spring Showing in Art Galleries. Stricter Standard Set."  Gazette (Montreal)  April 03, 1909.  p.9.   Full-text pdf
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 05, 1910) "Pictures at the O.S.A. Exhibition."  Globe and Mail (Toronto)  March 05, 1910.  p.23.   Full-text pdf
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 24, 1910) "Exposition des oeuvres de nos artistes Canadiens."  La Presse  November 26, 1910.  p.23.   Full-text pdf
Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, March 09, 1911) William R. Watson.  "Artists' Work of High Order. Some Striking Canvases Hung in Montreal's Spring Exhibition."  Gazette (Montreal)  March 10, 1911.  p.7.   Full-text pdf
Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, March 09, 1911) A.C..  "The Spring Exhibition at the Montreal Art Gallery."  Montreal Star  March 11, 1911.  p.2.   Full-text pdf
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 31, 1911) "The Art Exhibit"  The Globe (Toronto)  April 06, 1911.  p.9.   Full-text pdf
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 31, 1911) M.L.A.F..  "Women Artists Are Fast Increasing in Numbers. They Total Over a Third of the Exhibitors at the Present Show - Descriptions of Some of the More Notable Canvasses."  Toronto Star  April 07, 1911.  p.10.   Full-text pdf
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibtion: (Toronto, November 23, 1911) "Royal Academy Exhibition Opens. Its History Reviewed by Lieut.- Governor Gibson. Best Average in Years."  Globe (Toronto)  November 24, 1911.  p.8.   Full-text pdf
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibtion: (Toronto, November 23, 1911) M.L.A.F..  "200 Paintings at the R.C.A Exhibition. Oils, Water Colors, and Architectural Drawings Fill Art Museum Galleries. Local Sculptors Absent."  Toronto Star  December 02, 1911.  p.11.   Full-text pdf
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibtion: (Toronto, November 23, 1911) "Notable Paintings at 33rd Annual Exhibition of Royal Canadian Academy in the Carnegie Reference Library."  Globe (Toronto)  December 02, 1911.  p.5.   Full-text pdf
Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, March 14, 1912) "Last Show in Old Gallery. Spring Art Exhibition Opening on March 15th Will be a Large One. Many New Exhibitors."  Daily Witness (Montreal)  March 07, 1912.  p.4.   Full-text pdf
Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, March 14, 1912) "The Fine Arts. A Coming Art Event."  Montreal Star  March 09, 1912.  p.10.   Full-text pdf
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 09, 1912) "New Talent at the Art Exhibit. Interest Centres in Paintings of Princess Patricia. Work Shows Much Merit."  The Globe (Toronto)  March 09, 1912.  p.8.   Full-text pdf
Ontario Society of Artists Annual Exhibition: (Toronto, March 09, 1912) M.L.A.F..  "Paintings by Princess Pat. On Exhibition. Four Landscapes at Annual Exhibit of Ontario Society. Pictures of Real Life. Government is Buying Three of Them for the Provincial Art Museum."  Toronto Star  March 09, 1912.  p.22.   Full-text pdf
Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, March 14, 1912) "Pictures Shown at Spring Exhibition of the Art Gallery Reach a High Level."  Montreal Star  March 15, 1912.  p.6.   Full-text pdf
Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, March 14, 1912) "Princess Patricia's Work Shown at Spring Exhibition of the Art Association."  Daily Witness (Montreal)  March 15, 1912.  p.11.   Full-text pdf
Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, March 14, 1912) "Art Opening, a Social Event. A Princess Exhibits."  Gazette (Montreal)  March 15, 1912.  p.4.   Full-text pdf
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibtion: (Ottawa, November 29, 1912) "L'exposition de l'academie royale."  La Presse (Montreal)  November 29, 1912.  p.2.   Full-text pdf
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibtion: (Ottawa, November 29, 1912) "Duke at Opening of R.C.A. Exceptional Interest in Annual Exhibition. Princess Patricia has Pictures on View."  Ottawa Evening Journal  November 29, 1912.  p.7.   Full-text pdf
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibtion: (Ottawa, November 29, 1912) Roy Franklin Fleming.  "Royal Canadian Academy of Art."  Yearbook of Canadian Art  1913.  p.205-209.   Full-text pdf
Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, March 27, 1914) "Variety in Spring Picture Exhibit. Private View Opened 31st Spring Show at Art Gallery Last Night. Works Number Over 400. Sanity, Sincerity and Progress Characterize Majority of Pictures-Various Branches Well Represented."  Gazette (Montreal)  March 27, 1914.  p.11.   Full-text pdf
Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, March 27, 1914) "L'exposition de peintures est splendide. Le salon de 1914, de l'avis général, est le meilleur que nous ayons eu."  La Presse (Montreal)  March 27, 1914.  p.2.   Full-text pdf
Art Association of Montreal Annual Spring Exhibition: (Montreal, March 27, 1914) "Montreal."  American Art News  April 18, 1914.  12.28: p.5.   Full-text pdf
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (Montreal, November 16, 1916) "Art Works on View Set High Standard."  Gazette (Montreal)  November 17, 1916.  p.7.   Full-text pdf

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