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Invention & Revival: The Colour Drypoints of David Milne & John Hartman

Recognized as of the greatest artists of the mid-twentieth century, David Milne (1882-1953) was the first to develop the multiple-plate colour drypoint. Decades later, John Hartman (b. 1950) was inspired to take up the technique and has produced a remarkable body of prints that shares much in common with Milne’s oeuvre, in aesthetic, geographic, and spiritual terms. Read More

John Hartman: Cities

Cities, the driving forces behind the economic and cultural engines of a country, are very much on the minds of Canadians in the first decade of the 21st century. The new paintings of John Hartman, one of Canada’s major contemporary painters, offer an artistic vision of cities as living organisms, deeply intertwined with the natural terrain of a geographic site. Read More

Big North: the Paintings of John Hartman

Big North: The Paintings of John Hartman catalogues a major exhibition of John Hartman’s works. Organized by the London Regional Art and Historical Museum and the Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, the exhibition traveled throughout Canada from 1999 to 2001. Read More

Catalogues & Books

Invention & Revival: The Colour Drypoints of David Milne & John Hartman

John Hartman: Cities

Big North: the Paintings of John Hartman

Invention & Revival: The Colour Drypoints of David Milne & John Hartman

John Hartman: Cities

Big North: the Paintings of John Hartman