Many lives mark this place /

"Many Lives Mark this Place is a unique and brilliant project: portraits of 32 of Canada's finest authors, painted into their 'home landscape,' each accompanied by a short-but-powerful essay about how that place influences their life and work. Hartman travelled from Newfoundland...

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Author / Creator:Hartman, John, 1950- author, artist.
Imprint:Vancouver ; Berkeley : Figure 1 ; Toronto, ON, Canada : Nicholas Metivier Gallery ; Woodstock, ON, Canada : Woodstock Art Gallery, [2019]
©2019
Description:175 pages : colour illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm
Language:English
Subject:Authors, Canadian -- 21st century -- Homes and haunts -- Pictorial works -- Exhibitions.
Authors, Canadian -- 20th century -- Homes and haunts -- Pictorial works -- Exhibitions.
Authors, Canadian -- 21st century -- Homes and haunts -- Anecdotes -- Exhibitions.
Authors, Canadian -- 20th century -- Homes and haunts -- Anecdotes -- Exhibitions.
Authors, Canadian -- 21st century -- Portraits -- Exhibitions.
Authors, Canadian -- 20th century -- Portraits -- Exhibitions.
Landscapes -- Canada -- Pictorial works -- Exhibitions.
Landscapes -- Canada -- Anecdotes -- Exhibitions.
Authors, Canadian.
Authors, Canadian -- Homes and haunts.
Landscapes.
Canada.
Anecdotes.
Pictorial works.
Portraits.
Exhibition catalogs.
Catalogues d'exposition.
Format: E-Resource Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12313697
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Other authors / contributors:Thom, Ian M., writer of foreword.
ISBN:9781773270944
177327094X
Notes:Published in conjunction with a travelling exhibition held at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection from February to June 2020, at the Audain Art Museum from November 2020 to February 2021, at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery from June to September 2021, at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery during fall 2021, and at the Woodstock Art Gallery from February to June 2022.
Summary:"Many Lives Mark this Place is a unique and brilliant project: portraits of 32 of Canada's finest authors, painted into their 'home landscape,' each accompanied by a short-but-powerful essay about how that place influences their life and work. Hartman travelled from Newfoundland to Tofino and visited tiny hamlets, our densest metropolises, remote beaches, Rocky Mountain peaks, and even a shopping mall, often using camera-equipped drones or chartered planes to gain the vantage necessary for arresting, information-dense compositions. While the authors and places vary greatly in style and geography--from Johanna Skibsrud to Thomas King; the glaciers of the Rockies to downtown Montreal--each entry is united by John Hartman's rich and vivid painting style, which offers a novel perspective on the writers we love and the places that formed them. Featuring portraits of and essays by Carleigh Baker, David Bergen, Neil Bissoondath , George Bowering, George Elliott Clarke, Megan Coles, Douglas Coupland, Esi Edugyan, Marina Endicott, Will Ferguson, Camilla Gibb, Katherine Govier, Thomas King, Mary Lynk, David Macfarlane, Linden MacIntyre , Kevin Major, Heather O'Neill, David Adams Richards, Noah Richler, Chic Scott, Johanna Skibsrud, Sara Tilley, Guy Vanderhaeghe, M.G. Vassanji, Thomas Wharton, and Kathleen Winter."--

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