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Michael Forster

Michael Forster played a prominent role in Canadian art for more than sixty years. He exhibited with the major art societies in the 1930’s. By the early 1940’s his paintings had entered the country’s major museum collections. The Art Gallery of Toronto (now Ontario) purchased its first Forster work, Logs in Snow, in 1942. During World War II, Forster served as a lieutenant with the Royal Canadian Navy as an Official War Artist. His powerful records of conflict’s carnage now hang in the Canadian War Museum. Michael Forster lived through a century full of discovery and adventure that concluded with man’s exploration of outer space.

Frances Anne Hopkins

Frances Anne Hopkins was an English painter. In 1858, she married Edward Hopkins, a Hudson's Bay Company official whose work took him to North America. Frances Anne’s earliest known sketches are of scenes from Lachine and around Montreal in the years immediately following her arrival in Lower Canada. She accompanied her husband and travelled extensively by large fur-trade canoes on the upper Great Lakes and the Mattawa (Ont.) and Ottawa rivers in 1864-1869. Her dated sketches leave a record of trips to Quebec, the Eastern Townships, Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Falls, and New York. 

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