A New Take on Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald

Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald. Jug on the Window Sill, 1943. chalk on paper, 60.8 x 45.7 cm. Collection of the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Gift of the Women’s Committee, G-56-27.

In these two videos, hear from Dr. Oliver Botar, Professor of Art History at the University of Manitoba School of Art, for a fascinating video lecture around Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald.

FitzGerald was one of the most talented Canadian artists of the first half of the 20th century, who also survived a pandemic. Explore many interesting facets of FitzGerald’s work from the tranquil to the blatantly erotic.

 

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3 responses to “A New Take on Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald”

  1. Michael Parke-Taylor says:

    In the first video Prof. Oliver Botar makes a compelling case to explain how FitzGerald’s work is relevant to the way we see our immediate world due to Covid-19. The second video explores a little-known aspect of the artist’s private life that had significant consequences for his art. Thanks for bringing both of these aspects to light!

  2. Jeremy Hull says:

    Thanks for these videos, very intriguing. I enjoyed watching them, learned something, and look forward to visiting the exhibition.

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