From China Painting to Battlefields

Tuesday, October 24th 2017

As part of the 50 Years with U of M Press lecture series this fall at the Millennium Library, Kathryn A. Young speaks about the life and art of Mary Riter Hamilton.

When: Tuesday, October 24, 12:00-12:50 p.m.
Where: Carol Shields Auditorium, Millennium Library (251 Donald Street), Winnipeg.
Cost: FREE

For Winnipeg artist Mary Riter Hamilton (1868–1954), art was her life’s passion. Her story is one of tragedy and adventure: from homestead beginnings to genteel drawing rooms in Winnipeg, Victoria, and Vancouver; from to Berlin and Parisian art schools to the battlezones of Vimy and Ypres after the Great War. Join historian Kathryn A. Young as she tells Riter Hamilton’s story in words and images.

About the Author
Kathryn A. Young is a retired professor of History at the University of Manitoba. She is the co-author, with Sarah M. McKinnon, of No Man’s Land: The Life and Art of Mary Riter Hamilton.

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