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Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald
(1890-1956)

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Introduction
Carmichael Harris Jackson Johnston Lismer
MacDonald Varley Casson FitzGerald Holgate
Tom Thomson
 

Canada 1982. Group of Seven. Realism/Naturalism. Lionel L. Fitzgerald. Manitoba - Dr. Snider's House.

Canada 1995. Group of Seven. Realism/Naturalism. Lionel L. Fitzgerald. Pembina Valley.

Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald was born in 1890 in Winnipeg. 

He attended the Keszthelyi School of Art in Winnipeg, Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, and the Art Students' League in New York. 

In his later years, he became a member of the "Group of Seven" and in 1933 he joined the newly founded "Canadian Group of Painters", which was really The Group of Seven that had been renamed. 

During the years of 1929 to 1947, FitzGerald was the principal of the Winnipeg Art School. FitzGerald lived on his family's property on Lot 59, on the east side of Henderson Highway. Here, he spent many summers painting pictures of the beautiful scenery. Lionel FitzGerald died in 1956.

 
Introduction
Carmichael Harris Jackson Johnston Lismer
MacDonald Varley Casson FitzGerald Holgate
Tom Thomson

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