Alex Colville - Skater

"Skater" - Alex Colville, acrylic polymer emulsion on hardboard {female athlete posterior painting}

High Diver -Alex Colville- Oh, my hell! Death dive! Young men possibly throwing their lives away. Been there, done that. Note by Roger Carrier

High Diver -Alex Colville- Oh, my hell! Young men possibly throwing their lives away. Note by Roger Carrier

Artodyssey: Alex Colville

Fine Art Inc 54 x 51 cm; image: 48 x 48 cm serigraph on card Gift of Mira Godard, Toronto, 2000 National Gallery of Canada (no. by Alex Colville

Alex Colville - National Gallery of Canada 23 April - 7 September 2015

Refrigerator, 1977 — my favourite painting by Alex Colville Alex Colville died peacefully at home on July

Alex Colville (1920-2013), Canadian / Embarkation

Seven Crows Hound in Field, 1958 The Canadian painter Alex Colville was born in Toronto, Ontario, in He studied painting at Mount .

May, Alex Colville

Seven Crows Hound in Field, 1958 The Canadian painter Alex Colville was born in Toronto, Ontario, in He studied painting at Mount .

Studio, 2000, by Alex Colville, Acrylic on hardboard 66 x 33 cm

Studio, by Alex Colville, Acrylic on hardboard 66 x 33 cm Alex Colville - National Gallery of Canada 23 April - 7 September 2015

Ocean Limited, 1962 Alex Colville. The Ocean is the Train that travels through Sackville on the route between Montreal and Halifax. Collection of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

alex colville - ocean limited detail - the art gallery of nova scotia

Ocean Limited, 1920 Alex Colville

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

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