|Style:||Acrylic on canvas|
|Size:||52" x 65"|
|Price:||Please call for pricing|
Rose Lindzon is a Canadian artist who was born in Poland. Since studying Art History at the University of Toronto, she has exhibited in Canada and the United States for over 30 years. Lindzon has been the subject of solo exhibitions in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, and New York. In 1988 Robert Swain mounted a 10 year retrospective in a traveling show that was accompanied by an illustrated catalogue with an introduction by Joyce Zemans. Her works have been purchased by major collections including the Art Gallery of Ontario, University of Toronto, McMaster University, Art Gallery of Hamilton, and the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, which is currently coordinating a study of her entire body of work. She also has been included in many private and corporate collections including Hotz (Zurich, Switzerland), Scripps Howard Foundation (Kansas City, MI), Chase Manhattan Bank, and Shell Canada Ltd. Positive reviews and critical analysis of her work by respected arts and cultural commentators such as Kay Kritzwizer, Joyce Zemans, John Bentley Mays, and Christopher Hume have appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers including The Globe and Mail, Arts Canada, The Toronto Star, Artsmagazine, The Montreal Gazette, and Le Devoir.