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Marjory Donaldson


BRANCH OF REIGER (BEGONIA) (1975)
acrylic on unstretched canvas
16 x 12 in.
framed dimension: 21 x 16.5 in.
$750

 

 

 

BRANCH OF REIGER (BEGONIA) detail

This painting was exhibited at the UNB Art Centre in 1976

 

 

CAMPUS/OLD ARTS BUILDING
oil on canvas
36 x 18 in.
framed dimension: 41 x 21 in.
SOLD



NUDE IN SUNLIGHT/SEATED NUDE (1975)
acrylic on canvas
16 x 12 in.
framed dimension: 21 x 16.5 in.
SOLD

 

NUDE IN SUNLIGHT/SEATED NUDE (framed)

This painting was exhibited in Centennial Gallery, Halifax in 1975

 

 

 



Born in Woodstock, N.B. in 1926, Mrs. Donaldson studied art at the University of New Brunswick with Pegi Nicol MacLeod, at the City and Guilds of London (England) School, and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Mount Allison University in Sackville N.B. when Lawren Harris, Stanley Royal and Alex Colville were teaching there. She taught art at Edgehill School for Girls in Windsor, Nova Scotia and at the University of New Brunswick.

After she graduated from Mount Allison she returned to U.N.B. as Acting Director of the Art Centre while Lucy Jarvis was on leave in1954-55. In 1959-60 she shared the Directorship with John Corey. In 1964 she returned as an assistant to Bruno Bobak, until her retirement.