William Winter, Previously Sold Artwork

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Six Boys
William Winter
oil (8x10 in) 1981
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Skippers
William Winter
Oil on Panel (16x12 in) circa 1972
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Greek Women
William Winter
oil on panel (12x16 in) 1965
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Harbour Fort Crete
William Winter
oil on panel (16x12 in) 1960
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Water Skier
William Winter
oil (12x16 in) 1960
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Way to School
William Winter
oil on panel (16x12 inch)
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Two Small Boys
William Winter
oil (12x16 inch)
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The Kerchief
William Winter
oil (10x8 in)
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William Winter

(1909 - 1996) RCA

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Born in Winnipeg in 1909, Winters received his art training under Lemoine Fitzgerald at the Winnipeg School of Art. He moved to Toronto in 1937 where he established the advertising firm of Wookie, Winter and Bush. He exhibited his work widely, including 19 exhibitions at Roberts Gallery, Toronto beginning in 1959. He was member of the Royal Canadian Academy and the Ontario Society of Artists. Today, classified as a Canadian post-war modernist, he is best known for his paintings of children. His work is housed in museum collections across Canada and abroad, including the National Gallery of Canada and the Art Gallery of Ontario. He died in England in 1996.

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