File 10 - Correspondence.

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    Urquhart, Tony

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Anthony Morse ("Tony") Urquhart, was born at Niagara Falls, Ont., April 1934. "He studied art at the Albright Art School and U[niversity] of Buffalo. In 1961 he joined a group of London, Ont. artists, including Greg Curnoe and Jack Chambers, who advocated a regional approach to art. Drawing from his own experiences, Urquhart works in a style that makes explicit reference to the underlying complexities and paradoxes he sees in the local landscape. In his boxed landscape sculptures of the 1960's he achieved a surreal juxtaposition of savage and primordial relationships with the actual and familiar. The constructions become at once a personal interior space and a universal collective landscape." [By Kathleen Laverty from Canadian Encyclopedia, 1985.]

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File consists of items of correspondence between Tony Urquhart and others. Correspondents include :

  • Alvin Balkin
  • Jane Bell
  • Linda Belshaw
  • Ross Bollerup
  • Carol Borland
  • Roch Carrier
  • Ian Clark
  • Catherine Dawling
  • Linbda Fardin
  • Robert Ferraro
  • Sean Fraser
  • Beverly Gagliano
  • Sarah Gill
  • Jim Hansen
  • Pierre-Alain Hubert
  • Av Issacs
  • Germaine Koh
  • Andrea Lambert
  • Susan Rivard-Le Moyne
  • Edna Lindemann
  • S.J. Little
  • Danielle Lord
  • Glenn McInnes
  • Wesanne McKellar
  • Wayne McLeod
  • Mario Merola
  • Rodrigue Millette
  • Colin Naylor
  • Walter Redinger
  • Donna Scott
  • W.E. Smillie
  • Russ Smith
  • Gordon Smith
  • Joan Vastokas
  • Paul Woodrow
  • Nina Wright.

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