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Carr DIXON, Bridlington born, a linen draper and milliner, died aged 77 and his funeral took place this day 1909. His representation on FamilySearch Tree… 256 more words

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Totems and trees: Emily Carr's paintings, 1937-1945

At the beginning of 1937, Emily Carr was sixty-five, and just about to confirm her international recognition with representation in group exhibitions in London’s Tate Gallery (1938), and at the New York World’s Fair of 1939. 743 more words

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Totems and trees: Emily Carr's paintings, 1931-1936

After more than a decade of neglect, Emily Carr’s art had finally achieved the recognition that it deserved during the late 1920s, and by 1930 her career was transformed. 991 more words

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Totems and trees: Emily Carr's paintings, 1914-1930

In 1913, Emily Carr’s exhibition of two hundred of her paintings of totems and villages of the First Nations in the Pacific North-West had flopped. Despite trying to enlist the support of the minister of education in British Columbia, her art had been rejected, even being refused by the new provincial museum. 865 more words

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Totems and trees: Emily Carr's paintings, 1912-1913

When Emily Carr returned to Vancouver from Paris in 1912, she first established herself there as a Fauvist when she exhibited her work from France in her studio. 860 more words

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Totems and trees: Emily Carr's paintings, 1892-1911

Few of us ever get to visit the Pacific North-West, but one painter has, more than anyone else, defined its ‘look’. She is also one of a very few prolific women artists for whom there are sufficient good images as to justify a short series of articles: she is… 1,123 more words

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66. Jimmy Carr

Dark humor makes you toe the line between jokes that make us realize how fucked up we are, and an edgy fourteen year old trying too hard to be offensive. 261 more words