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Framed Charcoal on paper signed by Canadian listed portrait artist, Myfanwy (Palevic Spencer) CM, OBC, CPA - 1916 - 2007.

This wonderful Charcoal on paper signed by Canadian artist Myfanwy Palevic Spencer is in really fantastic condition. Professionally framed by the Morris Gallery in Victoria, BC.
This fantastic portrait of Dick Morriss of Morriss Printing is extremely well executed with amazing usage of light and shading.
Myfanwy Pavelic met Emily Carr at the age of eight and at the young age of 15 she was asked to show her drawings in an exhibition at Carr's Peoples' Gallery. Although she originally studied music in hope of becoming a concert pianist, she gave this up due to health problems and focussed on painting. She experimented with collage from 1968 to 1976. During the 1970s Pavelic became part of a Victoria group of artists, the Limners. Originally a portrait painter who did portraits of Pierre Elliot Trudeau and Yehudi Menuhin, she chose landscapes as a subject in later life. The major part of her works are held in The Art Gallery of Victoria, the Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery, Vancouver Art Gallery and some works are also found at the National Gallery of Canada and the National Portrait Gallery, London, England.
Framed measurements are 20.5 inches in height x 17.75 inches in width.
Unframed measurements are 13.5 inches in height x 10 inches in width.
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Framed Charcoal on paper signed by Canadian listed portrait artist, Myfanwy (Palevic Spencer) CM, OBC, CPA - 1916 - 2007.

Framed Charcoal on paper signed by Canadian listed portrait artist, Myfanwy (Palevic Spencer) CM, OBC, CPA - 1916 - 2007.

Framed Charcoal on paper signed by Canadian listed portrait artist, Myfanwy (Palevic Spencer) CM, OBC, CPA - 1916 - 2007.

Framed Charcoal on paper signed by Canadian listed portrait artist, Myfanwy (Palevic Spencer) CM, OBC, CPA - 1916 - 2007.

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