Diego sleeping no.2 1971 "Everything and anything that one sees is...more than we can understand it to be"(from his essay Perceptual Realism). The idea of home was important to him the subjects of his paintings always being close at hand. Here his young son is sleeping with the mother seen through the open doorway. The picture of the striding man made by his friend Greg Curnoe.

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Jack Chambers, “photographic studies for 401 Towards London No. 2,” 1968 (unfinished), and “401 Towards London No. 1,” 1968–69, Art Gallery of Ontario.

Jack Chambers, “photographic studies for 401 Towards London No. 1968 (unfinished), and Towards London No. Art Gallery of Ontario.

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Chambers’s influence can be seen in the work of Toronto painter Sheila Ayearst in her work “The 401 Towards London: Median,” (1992, collection of the artist).

Chambers’s influence can be seen in the work of Toronto painter Sheila Ayearst in her work “The 401 Towards London: Median,” collection of the artist).

This looker is Jack Chambers (1931-1979) he used lots of mediums in his paint works. However in 1969 he decided that painting was not his fellow dj stating that he was 'dissatisfied with the limitation of that medium'.

This looker is Jack Chambers (1931-1979) he used lots of mediums in his paint works. However in 1969 he decided that painting was not his fellow dj stating that he was 'dissatisfied with the limitation of that medium'.

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