Back to School: Vancouver School of Art
2nd Session

September 02 - September 30, 2021

This session is closed for bidding.
Current bid: $300 CAD
Bidding History
Paddle # Date Amount

30590 05-Sep-2021 05:04:23 PM $300 AutoBid

The bidding history list updated on: Sunday, November 28, 2021 12:02:49

LOT 111

1904 - 1987

graphite on paper
signed and on verso titled on a label
16 x 12 in, 40.6 x 30.5 cm

Estimate: $600 - $800

Sold for: $375

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Collection of the Artist
By descent to the present Private Collection, British Columbia

Theodore Lindberge, Vancouver School of Art: The Early Years, 1925 - 1939, The Charles H. Scott Gallery, Emily Carr College of Art, Vancouver, 1980, unpaginated, reproduced

Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto
Charles H. Scott Gallery, Emily Carr College of Art, Vancouver School of Art: The Early Years, 1925 - 1939, September 15 - October 15, 1980

British Columbia’s first professional woman sculptor, Beatrice Lennie was part of the first graduating class of the Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Art in 1929. When Frederick Varley and Jock Macdonald started the BC College of Fine Arts in 1933, she was hired to lead the sculpture department. She studied further under Charles Marega (known for sculpting the Lions of the Lions Gate Bridge in Stanley Park), as well as Diego Rivera. After the closure of the BC College of Fine Art, she opened the Beatrice Lennie School of Sculpture in 1936 at 13th and Granville in Vancouver. After a few years she closed the school and began teaching at Crofton House School at 41st and Blenheim. Solo exhibitions of her work were held at the Vancouver Art Gallery in 1948 and posthumously in 1997.

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