SC-66

Yellow Painted Resin Sculpture by Henry Wanton

Born in 1925 in Waterloo Quebec, Henry Wanton Jones studied at the Art School of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts under Group of Seven alumnus, Arthur Lismer. He has held solo exhibitions in prestigious galleries in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, beginning with Agnes Lefort Gallery in 1953. In 1956 he began exhibiting with the Canadian Group of Painters. In 1963 he won First Prize at the Canadian Group of Painters Exhibition held at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. He has taught at McGill University and Concordia University (then Sir George Williams) and is represented in many private and public collections in North America.

width
6.25
height
21
depth
6.25

Circa 1960