John A. Hammond (1943 – 1939)
Oil on board, 6″ x 8″
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An elected member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, painter John Hammond was best known for his landscapes and seascapes depicting the Bay of Fundy. He painted with James McNeill Whistler in Holland and with Jean-François Millet in France. and later in 1886 exhibited at the Paris Salon, winning two awards. His works were also shown at a number of other important venues including the Royal Academy in London and the National Academy of Design in New York City. Today, examples of his work can be seen in the National Gallery of Canada and some of his photography at the McCord Museum.