PRUDENCE HEWARD  Back Garden (1938)

APC Prudence Heward (July 1896 – March Canadian artist / Expressionism , Abstact ~ Back Garden.

"Old Pine Root, Lac Tremblant," Edwin H. Holgate, 1927, oil on board, 12 1/8 x 15 5/8", Art Gallery of Hamilton.

"Old Pine Root, Lac Tremblant," Edwin H. Holgate, oil on board, 12 x 15 Art Gallery of Hamilton.

The Blue Church, Prescott painted by Prudence Heward, 1933 Follow the biggest painting board on Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/atelierbeauvoir

The Blue Church, Prescott painted by Prudence Heward, 1933

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Girl in a Yellow Sweater: Prudence Heward (1896-1947), Canadian artist.  This is at the National Gallery of Canada also, and is a stunning painting.

Girl in Yellow Sweater Artist: Prudence Heward Completion Date: 1936 Style: Expressionism Genre: portrait

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Untitled portrait of a woman, Mabel May Woodward, oil on canvas on board, 12 x private collection.

Prudence Heward Follow the biggest painting board on Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/atelierbeauvoir

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A characteristic of great art is universality, the ability of a piece of art to have meaning for people regardless of their distance from the person or place or ideal that inspired the artist.

Autumn (Girl with an Apple), Prudence Heward

Heward’s paintings of modern Canadian women push against ideals related to femininity, making these works not only modernist but feminist as well. “Autumn (Girl with an Apple),” Collection of Elizabeth and Tony Comper.

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Walter Richard Sickert The Studio: The Painting of a Nude 1906 Private collection © Estate of Walter R. Sickert / DACS Courtesy of Browse & Darby

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