DORIS MCCARTHY: OILS & WATERCOLOURS in Toronto, January 24th-February 7th, 2015

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DORIS MCCARTHY (1910-2010)


January 24th - February 7th, 2015 At Loch Gallery Toronto




Doris McCarthy (1910-2010)
Cloud Dance Queen Charlottes, 1994
Oil on Canvas
24" x 30"
$ 20,000.00



Doris McCarthy (1910-2010)
Broughton Village in Late Light, 1981
Watercolour on Paper
22" x 30"
$ 18,000.00


Doris McCarthy (1910-2010)
Beach at Tllel, 1994
Oil on Canvas
48" x 66"
$ 41,000.00


Doris McCarthy (1910-2010)
Indian Harbour, Nova Scotia, 1986
Watercolour on Paper
15" x 22"
$ 14,000.00

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About the Exhibition:

Doris McCarthy (1910-2010) is recognized as one of the most devoted interpreters of the rugged Canadian landscape. McCarthy grew up in reverence of our country’s wilderness. She traveled to rural places in Canada as well as to the sea, the mountains, the prairies, and the high Arctic or Antarctic to gather her inspiration and to leave the distractions of city life behind. This collection of oil & watercolour paintings takes the viewer on a journey to some of the places McCarthy visited and cherished.

Please note that all works are subject to pre-sale as the paintings have now arrived in the gallery and are ready for viewing. If you have an interest in any of the paintings listed in the exhibition, please let us know at your earliest convenience.

With kindest regards,

Alan Loch

About Doris McCarthy:

Doris McCarthy was born in Calgary, Alberta. She entered the Ontario College of Art in 1925 and studied under Arthur Lismer, J.E.H. MacDonald, J.W. Beatty and Emanuel Hahn where she graduated from the O.C.A. with Honours.

Each summer she travelled in Canada or abroad in search of subjects for her canvases over the years she visited  Quebec, Ontario, B.C. and Europe,  took post graduate study at the Central School of Art and Crafts, London, England, under John Skeaping, John Farleigh, and others (1935-36). By 1942 she was becoming known to a larger number of Canadian collectors.

She was elected an Associate of the Royal Canadian Academy in 1951 and had been made a member of the Ontario Society of Artists in 1945 (Pres. 1964-67); the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour, 1952 (Pres. 1953-55; 56-58) She is represented in the permanent collections of the Art Gallery of Ontario; Art Gallery of Hamilton; London Public Library and Art Museum; and in many private collections.

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