1870s Butter Bowl

Listed Canadian Artist: (Active 1912 to 1993 - died 1995), son of artist Hutton Mitchell
Sight Size: h. 18" by w. 24”, Oil on Canvas
Titled Verso: "Logging in Quebec"
Signed Recto: by the Artist lower right
Framed: Mounted in a unique 1950's hand carved frame with an antique style finish
Condition: Clean, tight canvas, no craquelure, no surface condition issues



Bruce Mitchell


Bruce Mitchell


de Garthe,  Peggy's Cove


Bruce was a well known Montreal artist who studied under his father, William Hutton Mitchell, and at the Slade School in London England.


Working in oil he is best known for his Quebec landscapes which explore the effects of sunlight and shadows. His favourite subjects were logging in the Eastern Townships and winter in the Laurentians.


He exhibited at the Art Association of Montreal from 1939 onward. A portrait of Darcy McGee by Bruce Mitchell is in the collection of The Centre Block Parliament Building in Ottawa, and Bruce’s paintings are in many private and public collections across Canada.


Bruce passed away in Montreal in 1995.

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