Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald’s subject matter remained consistent through his career, focusing on landscape and still life, but he demonstrated great inventiveness in using a wide variety of media and techniques. FitzGerald’s key works have been selected to trace his stylistic development from realism to abstraction. His artistic goal, as stated in his 1954 CBC Radio interview, was “to put into visible form, some inner urge, first for the artist himself and eventually to convey his reactions to his environment, to others, in colour and form, his language.”


  • Woman with Camera Outdoors

    Woman with Camera Outdoors c. 1917

  • Summer Afternoon, The Prairie

    Summer Afternoon, The Prairie 1921

  • Backyards, Water Street

    Backyards, Water Street 1927

  • Pritchard’s Fence

    Pritchard’s Fence c. 1928

  • Doc Snyder’s House

    Doc Snyder’s House 1931

  • The Pool

    The Pool 1934

  • Abstract Landscape

    Abstract Landscape 1942

  • Self-Portrait (Bust)

    Self-Portrait (Bust) c. 1945

  • The Little Plant

    The Little Plant 1947

  • Four Apples on Tablecloth

    Four Apples on Tablecloth 1947

  • From an Upstairs Window, Winter

    From an Upstairs Window, Winter c. 1950–51

  • Autumn Sonata

    Autumn Sonata 1953–54

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