Fr Download Book All Art Books Home

Soon after she settled in Toronto, Paraskeva Clark began to exhibit portraits, landscapes, and still lifes in oil and watercolours. She was immediately recognized as a European-trained modern artist to watch. In the later 1930s and 1940s, she focused on making art with a social purpose—and she is best known today for these paintings. The breadth of her work is remarkable, as is her passionate engagement with life around her.

  • Paraskeva Clark, Myself, 1933

    Myself 1933

  • Paraskeva Clark, Still Life, 1935

    Still Life 1935

  • Paraskeva Clark, Working Drawing for Eaton’s Windows, 1935

    Working Drawing for Eaton’s Windows 1935

  • Paraskeva Clark, Snowfall, 1935

    Snowfall 1935

  • Paraskeva Clark, Wheat Field, 1936

    Wheat Field 1936

  • Paraskeva Clark, Russian Bath, 1936

    Russian Bath 1936

  • Paraskeva Clark, Presents from Madrid, 1937

    Presents from Madrid 1937

  • Paraskeva Clark, Petroushka, 1937

    Petroushka 1937

  • Paraskeva Clark, In the Woods, 1939

    In the Woods 1939

  • Paraskeva Clark, October Rose, 1941

    October Rose 1941

  • Paraskeva Clark, Self-Portrait with Concert Program, 1942

    Self-Portrait with Concert Program 1942

  • Paraskeva Clark, Parachute Riggers, 1947

    Parachute Riggers 1947

  • Paraskeva Clark, Canoe Lake Woods, 1952

    Canoe Lake Woods 1952

  • Paraskeva Clark, Souvenirs of Leningrad: Mother and Child, 1955–56

    Souvenirs of Leningrad: Mother and Child 1955–56

  • Paraskeva Clark, Untitled [Mount Pleasant and Roxborough at Night], 1962–63

    Mount Pleasant and Roxborough at Night 1962–63

Download Download