GERARD BRENDER à BRANDIS, CPE, PDCC, WEN

Listed Canadian Artist: (1942- )
Wood Engraving: signed in pencil, Fine clear impression in bold black ink
Initialed & Titled: “Morning”
Sight size: h: 3” by w: 2”
Print Condition: Pristine with no issues whatsoever
Recently Framed & Matted: with archival, rag content and acid-free materials throughout

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Brender a Brandis

 

Brender a Brandis

 

Brender a Brandis

 

 

 

GERARD BRENDER à BRANDIS, CPE, PDCC, WEN

 

Frederick TaylorGerard was born in 1942 in the Netherlands and emigrated to Canada in 1947 with his family. He attended McMaster University and graduated with his BA in Fine Arts in 1965. He has since pursued a career as a wood engraver and bookwright. It was largely through self-study that he acquired the skills for wood engraving. He has illustrated three historical children’s novels as well as writing and illustrating three of his own novels.

After living in British Columbia and Nova Scotia he eventually settled in Stratford, Ontario, where he lives and maintains an open studio. Gerard Brender à Brandis is a member of the Wood Engravers’ Network, and has produced hundreds of drawings, wood engravings and watercolours of plants, landscape, buildings and musical instruments.

His wood engravings are included in many private and public collections throughout Canada as well as in the collections of the National Gallery of Canada. He is a member of the Society of Canadian Painters, Etchers and Engravers as well as a member of the Print and Drawing Council of Canada.

 

Gerard presents yearly solo exhibitions of his works across Canada and also participates in numerous group and juried shows. His work is represented in the collections of many galleries, including the Art Gallery of Ontario Library, the University of California, Santa Barbara and the McMaster Library and Archives. They are also found among the collections of the Royal Botanical Gardens in Hamilton, Ontario, the Missouri Botanic Garden, the Arnold Arboretum and the Hunt Botanical Library. .

Print Ref No: 4TTX07SIM-S/TMOX


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