Harold Town, Untitled, 1971

The advent of serigraphy and commercial photo-offset lithography provided a vehicle for Town’s flat, hard-edged designs, such as “Untitled,” National Gallery of Canada).

By Canadian artist Harold Town

Once heralded as the “Picasso of Canada” and famously the founder of the Painters Eleven, Harold Town and his legacy are reconsidered this fall in a Toronto exhibition.

Harold Town

"The Picasso of Canada" - Harold Town - View on Canadian Art

Harold Town - The Druid Stump (1957-58)

Harold Town - The Druid Stump

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from oil paintings to watercolours and other fine media from around the globe.