Rod Charlesworth Wanted for Purchase or Consignment

(1955)

Rod Charlesworth was born in Terrace, British Columbia in 1955. His family moved to the Okanagan Valley, Kelowna, when he was seven. His childhood fascination with drawing and painting has grown into a unique and primarily self-taught style. Influenced early on by the surrealist movement, he later discovered the impressionist school that led him to experiment with colour and the physical qualities of paint. The work of Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven has had a profound influence on Rod's style. Rod studied art at Okanagan College where his ability to express the beauty of the western Canadian landscape became evident. Rod's work is now collected world-wide and he is committed to painting images that have a strong Canadian cultural influence, whether through his bold landscapes or his more recent whimsical images of children at play.

Historical Sale Highlights

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Smoke Lake, Algonquin Park
John William Beatty
oil on panel (8.5x10.5 in) 1914
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Straw-hat
Nicholas de Grandmaison
pastel (28x21 inch) 1940
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The Red Caboose near Swan River Manitoba
Robert Genn
Oil on Canvas (24x30 in) 1974
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The Goat Girl
Leo Mol
ceramic (10x5.5x4.5 in) 1959
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Mount Temple from Herbert Lake 20/50
Walter Joseph Phillips
watercolour (14.5x21 in) 1949
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Stream in a Marsh
Tom Thomson
Watercolour (7.25x10.5 in)
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Pasturing Cows
William Kurelek
Mixed Media (8x5.5. in) 1972
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White Cat with Flowers
Maud Lewis
Oil on Panel (11x14 in) circa 1963
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Fort Garry, 1869
Lionel Stephenson
oil on panel (11x17 in) 1869
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Sleigh ride Over a Bridge
Maud Lewis
acrylic (11.5x11.5 in) 1965
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