Biography of ROBERT HENRY LINDSAY
LINDSAY, Robert Henry RCA, ACM, OSA (1868-1938). Born in Prescott, Ontario, Lindsay studied with Percy Woodcock at the Brockville Art School, Ontario (1893). Working in oil, watercolour, ink, pencil and pastel, his subjects include portraits, landscape and still life. He also worked on murals. He taught at the Brockville Art School and drawing at St. Albanís School for Boys. He was active in Brockville from 1901 until his death, but travelled to Maine, Ireland and Florida during his career. He exhibited at the RCA between 1891-1934 and with the AAM between 1910-1934.
Biography courtesy of The Collector's Dictionary of Canadian Artists at Auction: Volume II: G-L
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