Collection SCA381-GA443 - To: Spencer and Rosa.

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To: Spencer and Rosa.

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1 print : photo-polymer etching, 3 colours ; 18 x 15 cm (sight) on sheet 24 x 21 cm

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Photo-polymer etching depicting Herbert Spencer Clark and his wife Rosa Melvina Breithaupt Hewetson Clark by artist Beatriz Ferreira Asfora. Superimposed on the etching is a silhouette of the couple cut out from a textual record referencing the Guild of All Arts and the Guild Inn. Both the etching and the cut out are based on photographic and textual records in the Breithaupt Hewetson Clark collection.

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  • English

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Item scanned as TIFF file September 2021.

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The Guild of All Arts was founded by Rosa Melvina Breithaupt Hewetson Clark and Herbert Spencer Clark in 1932 and located in Scarborough, Ontario. The Guild of All Arts was one of the earliest Canadian co-operative communities of artists and creative workers. Following the Second World War, the Guild of All Arts developed into a hotel and conference centre known as the Guild Inn.

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Inscribed in pencil, recto, lower left: 10/104 P

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Inscribed in pencil, recto, centre: "To : Spencer and Rosa"

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Inscribed in pencil, recto, lower right: Beatriz

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Described by NM in January 2020.

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  • English

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