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Abbott, Bill - born 1935; Abbott, William Thomas
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Abbott, Kate - born 1954;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Abrams-Lytton, Georgina M. (1914-1981)
Georgina Abrams-Lytton was born in Union Bay, B.C. She supplied artwork for a series of 16 postcards published by Kla How Ya Crafts of Nanaimo, B.C. for B.C.’s Centennial year of 1958.

Abuda, Robert - born 1943;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Achtemichuk, Robert - born 1948; Achtemichuk, Robert Brian
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Acland, Laurence - born 1949;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Adam, Yvan - born 1955;
Poster for Young People's Theatre (source - Dimson, Great Canadian Posters)

Adams, Ernest L. - born 1948;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Adams, Ruth - born 1920; Booth, Ruth Helen
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Adamson, Arthur Herbert - born 1926;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Adeney, Christopher, d. May 23, 2000
RCA, member of Arts and Letters Club
artist and designer for television, theatre and film
inspired by his Native ancestral teachings

Adler, Kevin
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Adney, Edgar Tappan - born Ohio 1868; died Woodstock, New Brunswick Oct 11, 1950
Studied Ohio U, was staff on Harper's n NY, was roommate with Bliss Carman. Went to Klondike 1898, as reporter-illustrator. Was with Canadian Engineers during WW1. Was considered "an expert on Indians." [source - unidentified newspaper obit at Society of Illustrators, NY] Expert on canoes, especially birch bark.

Aislin - born 1942; Mosher, Terry
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN; political cartoonist

Albrecht, Janet
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Alcorn, Peter Unknown; died 1989
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Aldwinckle, Eric - born 1909; died -1980
murals, major Canadian periodicals, war artist, graphic design; one of the most prominent illustrators of the 20th century in Canada.
Illustrated The Varsity Story, by Morely Callaghan, 1948; also illustrated for Mayfair
Book forthcoming.

Alejandro, Robert A.

Alexander Rob
"Born in Canada, Rob Alexander is a watercolor artist who has worked in the publishing field painting book and magazine covers or interiors for such companies as Berkeley, Harper-Collins, Amazing Stories, The Duelist, and Inquest Magazines. In the gaming industry he had done numerous covers for gaming books and card art for eight of the collectable card games including Magic:The Gathering, Heresy, and Tolkien's Middle Earth. He has done fantasy designs for private commisions for houses and murals for stores. He has done paintings for CD-ROM games and is currently working on several children's book proposals. He was awarded the 1996 WorldCon Best of Show and the 1997 Chesley award for Best Unpublished Color Work for one of his children's book proposal paintings." [source - OryCon 19 Art Show]

Alexander, Roslyn A.
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Alfred , Paul (i.e., Alfred E. Meister) (1892-1959)
Born in Hanley, England, 10 April 1892 Died in Ottawa, Ontario, 06 May 1959 [source: National Gallery of Canada]

Alikatuktuk, Ananaisee - born 1944; died 2007
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Allan, Marguerite Buller
Illustrated covers for Canadian Courier 1901; wrote and illustrated children's book Rhyme Garden. [source - Jaleen Grove]

Allanson, John - 1800-1859
Arrived in Toronto in 1849
wood engraver; Bewick trained [source - Canadian Encyclopedia http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1SEC821480]

Allen, Fred 2007 Allen, Frederick E.
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Alphonso, Ralph
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Alton, John
Comics artist employed by Bell Features in 1940s; created Doodlebugs; went to US and worked for EC, Fox, Gleason [source - John Bell, Collections Canada]

Aluas, Christian S. Ambacia, Vera
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Amaktauyok, Germaine
Eskimo Legends, 1968

Anderian, Raffi - born 1963;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Anderson, David (1952- )
"David Anderson was born in 1952 in South Africa. He joined the Pretoria News in 1979 as an editorial cartoonist and later worked at the Sunday Times and at the anti-apartheid paper the Rand Daily Mail until it closed in 1985. His cartoons were then published in the Sunday Star and the Johannesburg Star, South Africa's largest daily newspaper. After moving to Toronto in 1990, he continued covering South African politics through cartoons which were sent back to Johannesburg for publication until 2002. Anderson now works as a freelance illustrator and cartoonist. His work frequently appears in Toronto major dailies and papers across Canada." [source: National Library and Archives]

In 2003, he was the subject of a one-person show, entitled "20 Years of South African Political Cartoons", held at Toronto's Harbourfront Centre.

Anderson, Don
Illustrated The pocket Canada : a complete guide to the world's second largest country / [written by Theresa and Albert Moritz] PUBLISHER: Toronto : Van Nostrand Reinhold, c1982. [Nat'l Library and Archives]
Freelanced in Montreal out of Rapid Grip and Batten in 1950's-60's
Major clients were Can. Steamship Lines, and ad agencies. Later moved to Toronto

Anderson, Donald Kenneth - Born: 06 June 1920 Toronto
note: unknown if this is the same Don Anderson whose fiction illustrations appear in Chatelaine; or if is same as above

Anderson, Jackie - born 1953;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Anderson, Mabel Garfield Fender - born 1896;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Anderson, Margot
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Anderson, Pat
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Andrews, George Henry - born 1816; died 1898
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Anfousse, Ginette - born 1944;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Angeconeb, Allen - born 1955; Angeconeb, Ahmoo
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Annesley, David - born 1943; died 1977
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Antonio, Tom - born 1964;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Antonucci Danny

Antscherl, David
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Arbour, Madeleine (1923- )

Arbuckle, George Franklin; Born Toronto, 17 February 1909 - Died Toronto, 29 July 2001 [source: family]
Prominent illustrator and art director; did many MacLeans covers.
"He studied at the Ontario College of Art under J.W. Beatty, F.S. Challener, & J.E.H. MacDonald. George also taught art at the Northern Vocational School in Toronto from 1932-38, and at the Franz Johnston Summer School in Georgian Bay from 1932-40. He was married to a Canadian painter named Frances-Anne Johnston, daughter of Group of Seven member Franz Johnston. George was made president of the Royal Canadian Academy from 1960-64. He is represented in the I.B.M. Collection of Contemporary Art, and the R.C.A. Diploma Collection in the National Gallery of Canada. He exhibited at the Royal Canadian Academy from 1932-66, and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts from 1946-67. George's special knowledge of historical subjects contributed greatly to his stature as an illustrator, his landscapes, cityscapes and figurative paintings offer a mixture of both Realism and Impressionism." [source: Hodgins ]

Archambault, Louis (1915-2003)

Ariss , Herbert Joshua (1916- )
Ariss was born in Guelph, Ontario. Attended Western Technical School under L. A. C. Panton and later enrolled at the Ontario College of Art. He served in the Canadian Army during the war and on his return, restarted his art studies at Northern Vocational School and attended the Ontario College of Education. Ariss taught briefly at Western Technical School before being hired in 1947 to teach at London's H. B. Beal Technical School, a position he held until his retirement in 1977. … The Western Art League, the Art Advisory Committee of this Museum, the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour, the Canadian Group of Painters, The Canadian Society of Graphic Artists, the Ontario Society of Artists and the Royal Canadian Academy. He traveled widely in Canada and Europe, received several important mural commissions and honours. Ariss works in a wide variety of media: graphite, charcoal, pastel, mixed media and watercolour and is famous for his beautiful and magnificent daily journal entries. His representational style frequently makes allusions to artistic, historical and military figures which he admires from Ancient Art to those of the immediate past. [source - Museum of London Ont]

Arkell, Robin
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Armes, Rhona - born 1939;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Armstrong, Evelyn
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Armstrong Shelagh

Arnold, Elizabeth Rist Arnold, Rist
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Arsenault, Sylvain - born 1931; Michel
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Arseneau, Pierre; died Luc
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Arthur A W - Toronto Art Students League

Arthur, Frederic - born 1921;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Arve, Henn Asaka, Warabe
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Ashkewe, Delmer - born 1947; died
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Ashley, Herb
Illustrator from Banff, Alberta who designed chromoxylography posters for Enterprise Show Print of Rouleau, Saskatchewan in early 20th C [source - Andrew King, 1970]

Ashmore, Cyril Frank - born 1894; died 1977
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Askren, Patricia - born 1951;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Atell, Mary Anne - born 1957;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Atkins, Annabelle
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Atkinson, Bobby - born 1929; Atkinson, Barbara
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN; murals

Atkinson, Dean - born 1962;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Aubin, André
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Audet, Denise
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Auty, Jim
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

Ayearst, Morley James - born 1899; died Unknown
Did cover for Goblin 1922 [source - Jaleen Grove]

Ayre, Agnes Marion - born 1890;
Listed as “Graphic Designer” in CHIN

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