Robert Emerson Everett

Listed Canadian Artist: (1920-1994)
Sight Size: h. 8" by w. 10”, Oil on Panel, very similar to an earlier work by Tom Thomson
Titled Verso: “Autumn Leaves Brooks Falls" along with artist stamp
Signed Recto: by the Artist lower centre
Condition: Clean and varnished with no condition issues.

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Take note: Robert Emerson Everett was affectionately known as the 'Dean of Muskoka artists'. As he was so dedicated to preserving the rugged nature of this region of Ontario and because he also loved to encourage other artists to see what they had around them. Robert enjoyed assisting young artists in captivating that imagery through the creation of their own artistic endeavours. He gave them a gift that he believed would keep on giving.


Robert Emerson Everett

 

Robert Emerson Everett

 

Robert Emerson Everett

 


Robert Everett


 

Robert Emerson Everett

Robert Everett ImageRobert was born in Bracebridge, Ontario in 1920 and, with his father, owned a pharmacy in that town and passionately enjoyed painting in his spare time. He retired in 1973 and turned to painting full time, producing landscapes mostly of Algonquin Park and the Muskoka area where he sketched in oil outdoors.

Robert Everett was a member and President of the Ontario Institute of Painters and exhibited in numerous venues across Ontario. He won many awards for his painting and his work is represented in the collections of Dofasco in Hamilton and the late Gordon Sinclair as well as many other fine art collections and galleries in Canada. His work has been sold through mainly eastern Canadian galleries and art auctions.

 

Robert Emerson Everett passed away in 1994.



Painting Ref No: 1RIEX15JW-S/AAMEX

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