Item 18768-1

Oil on Board - Still Life with Roses and Carnations in a Crystal Vase - Signed by Canadian Artist Clarence Roy Greenaway (1891-1972) - Ivory Mat in a Walnut Stain Wood Frame - Nice colour balance of red roses and pale pink carnations - 18.25" W x 15.25" H
Clarence Roy Greenaway (1891-1972)
For most of his life, Roy Greenaway was a full-time reporter/photographer for what was then known as the Toronto Daily Star and was a member of the press gallery at Queen's Park. He was also a prolific painter in his spare time. He painted many landscapes throughout Canada, the United States and Europe, and was a founding member of the Ontario Institute of Painters in the 1950s. His works are among the Government of Ontario Art Collection and the City of Toronto Art Collection. Self-taught, he started painting in the 1930s, favouring oil paints. His most common subject matter was Toronto street scenes, but he also painted coastal Quebec scenes, New York City, Venice and England. He also exhibited with the Royal Canadian Academy and the Montreal Society of Artists.

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