James Henderson (artist)

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James Henderson (1871–1951) from Glasgow, Scotland "is considered to be one of Saskatchewan's pre-eminent first generation artists."[1] Henderson is the subject of a significant retrospective exhibition organized by and first exhibited at the Mendel Art Gallery in 2009. A website dedicated to his life and work has been produced in conjunction with the exhibition, James Henderson: Wicite Owapi Wicasa: the man who paints the old men.[2]

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  1. ^ James Lanigan, The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan
  2. ^ "Canadian Art Receives Impetus with Opening of Ottawa exhibition - Landscapes by James Henderson of fort Qu'Appelle and G. Kenderdine, are worthy of note, other westerners contribute" (digitised online by Google news). Canadian Press. Saskatoon Star Phoenix. January 29, 1931. Retrieved 2012-07-03. 

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