A serene "Waterlily" composition art print by Canadian artist Garnet Hazard. The delicate watercolour effect and soft muted colours are lovely. Framed and ready to be hung.
About the artist: Although he was born in Wallaceburg Ontario, Garnet Hazard (1903-1987) grew up in rural Saskatchewan. After earning his teaching certificate and taking art classes in Moosejaw Ontario, he taught for a while before moving to the United States to pursue his art studies. He attended the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts where he studied with Carl Werntz (1924) as well as the American Academy of fine Arts (Chicago, 1925) studying here with Harry Timmins. He later studied with Franklin Booth and Thomas Fogarty at the Phoenix Arts Institute in New York City. Returning to Saskatchewan he worked as the Director of Art Education at Regina Technical School, followed by a role with the navy league of Canada as a lecturer and later instructing art at the Carnegie Institute in Chicago. He settled in Perth Ontario where he was represented by the Avis Gallery.
- Frame 17 1/2" x 17 1/2."
- Print 11 1/4 x 11 1/4