Nova Scotian Women Artists in the Collection of Tony Saulnier
Nova Scotian women artists have been active producers, teachers, exhibitors and promoters of art throughout the history of the province. Haligonian Tony Saulnier has gathered a remarkable collection of both better-known and lesser-known women artists, focusing on those who were most active in Nova Scotia in the early and middle decades of this century, including, to name a few, Marion Bond, Lucy Jarvis, Mabel Killam Day, Edith Smith, Margaret Semple, Ruth Wainwright, Helen Weld and Marguerite Zwicker. An informative essay by historian Scott Robson accompanied the exhibition.
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- Morna Isabelle (MacLellan) Anderson, Frances Forbes Bayne, Helen Dorothy Beals, Marion Bond, Elizabeth L. Cann, Henrietta (Burchell) Clarke, M. Elizabeth (Powers) Chute, Mabel Killam Day, Kathleen (Grant) Morrison, Gwendolyn Hales, Lucy M.H. Jarvis, Mollie Bell MacKay, Aileen Meagher, Christian (Harris) McKiel, Elizabeth S. Nutt, Margaret (Doty) Semple, Edith A. Smith, Ruth (Salter) Wainwright, Helen Weld, Marguerite (Porter) Zwicker
- Mern O'Brien (foreword), Scott Robson
- Nova Scotia, Painting
- Nova Scotian Women Artists in the Collection of Tony Saulnier, 5 March - 11 April 1993