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Caroline and Frank Armington

Canadian painter-etchers in Paris

by Janet Braide

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Published by Art Gallery of Peel in [Peel, Ont.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada,
  • France,
  • Paris
    • Subjects:
    • Armington, Caroline, 1875-1939.,
    • Armington, Frank, 1876-1941.,
    • Etchers -- Canada -- Biography.,
    • Expatriate artists -- France -- Paris -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementJanet Braide and Nancy Parke-Taylor.
      ContributionsArmington, Caroline, 1875-1939., Armington, Frank, 1876-1941., Parke-Taylor, Nancy, 1961-, Art Gallery of Peel (Ont.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNE2049.4.P37 B7 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination184 p. :
      Number of Pages184
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1648682M
      ISBN 100969427409
      LC Control Number91206033

      Biography Caroline Helena (Wilkinson) Armington Carolina Helena (Wilkinson) Armington was born Septem , in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. She studied art in under J.W.L. Forster in Toronto where she met her future husband, the artist Frank Armington. Frank Armington was born in Fordwich, Ontario on J Armington studied art in Ontario from until He also met his future wife, Caroline Wilkinson, during these studies. In , Armington made his first visit to Paris. While in Paris he married Caroline Wilkinson and continued to study art, this time at the Académie Julian.5/5(29).

      Media in category "Frank Milton Armington" The following 10 files are in this category, out of 10 total. 'Les Pin, Constantine' by Frank Milton Armington, oil on × ; KBAlternative names: Frank Milton Armington. By Caroline and Frank Armington, both in their 60s, were unwell. In May Caroline suffered a heart attack during an air-raid alarm. Despite her precarious health, the couple decided to leave Europe. Caroline died three days after their arrival in New York Rating: % positive.

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Caroline and Frank Armington by Janet Braide Download PDF EPUB FB2

Biography. Frank Armington was born in Fordwich, Ontario on J Armington studied art in Ontario from until He also met his future wife, Caroline Wilkinson, during these studies.

InArmington made his first visit to Paris. While in Paris he married Caroline Wilkinson and continued to study art, this time at the Académie Julian. Armington and his wife moved back to. Caroline and Frank Armington: Canadian painter-etchers in Paris / Janet Braide and Nancy Parke-Taylor.

N A76 B74 Caroline and Frank Armington / by A. McKenzie Brockman See pg. in Caroline and Frank Armington Canadian Painter-Etchers in Paris by Braide and Parke-Taylor (book included with lot).

View additional info Realized: Log in or create account to view price data Lot Caroline Helena Armington. Estimate: CAD Estimate: $12, - $18, Description: FRANK MILTON ARMINGTON (canadian )/span "PONT STE MARIE A PARIS" Signed and dated 'Frank M.

Armington ' bottom right; also inscribed 'Pont Ste Marie,Paris, Par Frank Armington' verso, oil on canvas 36 1/4 x 29 in. ( x cm) In a handmade Paul Gehring Lijsten frame, with frame inscribed 'PGL' provenance: /spanBy descent in.

Get this from a library. Caroline and Frank Armington: Canadian painter-etchers in Paris. [Janet Braide; Caroline Armington; Frank Armington; Nancy Parke-Taylor; Art Gallery of Peel (Ont.)]. McKenzie Brockman in his book Caroline and Frank Armington () noted that the Armington’s sales records and guest book show that many American and Canadian tourists came to view and buy their work including many famous personalities.

Frank was not too concerned with the business of selling paintings or keeping records. L’Arc de Triomphe, Paris (No.3) Etching.

3” x 3 ¾” (Plate) Titled, signed and dated () in the plate. Signed in pencil. Braide/Parke-Taylor # We have a limited number of the Caroline and Frank Armington catalogue raisonné in stock.

Braide, Janet and Nancy Parke-Taylor (). Caroline and Frank Armington, Canadian Painter-Etchers. McKenzie Brockman in his book Caroline and Frank Armington () noted that the Armingtons’ sales records and guest book show that many American and Canadian tourists came to view and buy their work including many famous personali­ties.

Frank was not too concerned with the business of selling paintings or keeping records. Caroline Armington (Canadian, ), “Ponte dei Sospiri, Venice”, etching on paper, Gift of Caroline Smith Crawford and the Peel Historical Society. While Frank was the first of the couple to exhibit, A.

Jackson (who was a house guest) noted in a letter to his mother that Caroline was accepted into a show of the Independent Salon. This is a book for grown-ups (and teens) and is in no way a "children's book" or "another Little House book." This is the story of Caroline, Laura Ingalls Wilder's mother, from her own perspective as the family moved from their familiar, family-laden Wisconsin to the rough land of Kansas/5().

Brampton-born Caroline Armington and her husband Frank were Canadian artists who enjoyed successful careers in Europe during the early part of the 20th century.

Prints and paintings by the Armingtons have been collected by many international galleries including the Louvre and the Victoria and Albert Museum, as well as the National Gallery of. Frank Armington featuring etchings by Caroline Armington by Ont.) Loch Gallery (Toronto (Book) Catalogue of war etchings by Cyril H.

Barraud, Gerard De Witt and Caroline H. Armington, and drypoints by Gyrth Russell by Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain) (Book). FRANKLIN MILTON ARMINGTON (WITH BOOK) “OLD WINDMILL, #1, LAREN NORTH HOLLAND ETCHING TITLED LOWER LEFT SIGNED AND DATED ‘07 LOWER RIGHT (Plate, ” x 6”) Together with a book: “Caroline and Frank Armington - CANADIAN PAINTER - ETCHERS IN PARIS” (Book, ” x 9”) Estimate: $— Caroline H.

Armington Canadian/American An important collection of 17 etchings including such famous images as La Cathedrale de Tours, Le Grand Canal Venice, Le Pont des Arts, La Cite Paris, etc. All signed in pencil in margin Various sizes, largest x in./ x cm. Measures 7 5/8” x 5 1/2”Born in Brampton, Ontario, Caroline Armington lived in Paris, France from tothe year of her death.

She was married to Frank Armington. They traveled extensively, and she died one week after their return to New York. Caroline Helena Armington took Saturday painting classes in Toronto with J.W.L. Forster. By she was supporting herself with her art practice, but as well as being an artist she also trained at Guelph General Hospital as a nurse.

Following her graduation she moved to. Frank and Caroline Armington One of Robert W. Service lifetime best friends were Frank and Caroline Armington, a Canadian couple of painters met soon after Robert’s arrival in Paris in Born in Ontario, the couple met and married while both were studying art in Toronto and then, from tillthey had taught and painted in Winnipeg.

CAROLINE is Cynthia Wright's first book, originally published in I have read it many times, in the original book form, in the mids and later in ebook form. This is where the Beauvisage saga begins* and is the second book in the Rakes and Rebels series/5.

State VII/VIII, number one of one proof; Braide & Parke-Taylor state one print was pulled from the seventh state for Frank Armington (planned edition of ; total number of impressions –). Braide & Parke-Taylor, Caroline and Frank Armington, enquire about this item: 3.

Series 1: The records of the Carnegie Institute, Museum of Art measure linear feet and date fromwith the bulk of the material dating from. Canadian, - Painter, watercolorist and engraver, Caroline Helena Armington was born in in Brampton, Ontario. She began her formal training in Paris at the Académie Julian, where she met and married fellow-student, Frank Armington.Frank Armington Born in Canada, Frank Armington later traveled overseas to Paris to study under Benjamin Constant and Lucien Simon.

He returned to Canada with his wife Caroline in to teach, but moved back to Paris in where the couple established themselves as etchers and painters.Frank Armington first went to Paris inbut returned to Canada with his wife, Caroline () to teach art in Winnipeg from through During this period, Robert Fulton Logan was among his students.

Returning to Paris inthe Armington's established themselves as fine landscape and figure artists in both etching and painting.