FREDERICK A. FRASER "UNTITLED (MAIN STREET)" 1926
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- c. 1926
- Watercolour on paper
- Image: 8 x 10 3/4 inches
- Condition: Very Good
The Artist: Frederick A. Fraser was a Canadian watercolour and printmaker.
Fraser began working at a young age of 11 due to family troubles. His first job was in the commercial printing industry at Photo Engravers where he polished stones used in the printing process. His creative talent and developing interest in art allowed him to move to typesetting and move then into the art department.
Fraser was an artist who contributed to the distinctive tradition of Canadian painting. He knew the work of earlier Canadian painters and his peers including Group of Seven members along with Quebec-based watercolourists and wood engravers such as Edwin Holgate and Goodridge Roberts; his work was exhibited with theirs.
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