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David Alexander Colville, PC CC ONS (24 August 1920 – 16 July 2013) was a Canadian painter. Born in 1920 in Toronto, Ontario, Colville moved with his family at age seven to St. Catharines, and then to Amherst, Nova Scotia in 1929. He attended Mount Allison University from 1938 to 1942, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.[1]
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Infantry, near Nijmegen by Alex Colville (12172) Canadian War Museum  This image shows soldiers of the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division walking in the Netherlands

Infantry, near Nijmegen by Alex Colville Canadian War Museum This image shows soldiers of the Canadian Infantry Division walking in the Netherlands

Alex Colville, Target Pistol and Man, 1980

Alex Colville retrospective opening at Art Gallery of Ontario - Arts & Entertainment - CBC News

Alex Colville (1920-2013), Canadian / 'Moon and Cow,' 1963, oil and synthetic resin on hardboard / private collection, USA

Alex Colville Canadian / 'Moon and Cow,' oil and synthetic resin on hardboard / private collection, USA

Canadian painter, Alex Colville, sits for a portrait in his Wolfville, Nova Scotia home on Tuesday March 22, 2005. (Ian Dyer)

Celebrated painter Alex Colville dead at 92

Canadian painter, Alex Colville, sits for a portrait in his Wolfville, Nova Scotia home on Tuesday March (Ian Dyer)

alex colville paintings | alex colville through february 20 2011 the art gallery of nova scotia

Alex Colville, Ocean Limited, 1962 Oil and synthetic resin on board x cm Courtesy Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

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1954 - Alex Colville - Horse and Train. This work was inspired by two lines from the poet Roy Campbell: Against a regiment I oppose a brain And a dark horse against an armored train.


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