High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert E. Wood (1919 1980) hailed from Mount Dennis, Ontario, now a suburb of Toronto, Canada. Wood was a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and studied under Arthur Lismer and Fred Varley. He was also greatly encouraged by the great art teacher J.W. Beatty. He inherited his love of the season from his mother and his love of nature from the Wood family. His father and grandfather were ministers, and Wood himself was a deeply religious man. He explored the avenues of various forms of art such as abstract, but settled on true representational art as the medium in which he desired to express himself. Wood's paintings were a reflection of the man. He painted what he liked, the way he liked. When he made a statement on canvas, it was clear, crisp, richly coloured, deliberate and unapologetic. His favorites were those of the sea, where he felt most at peace with the world.
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Robert E. Wood (Canadian Painter)
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