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Book Review: Harold Town by Iris Nowell

Harold Barling Town, Canada’s “enfant terrible” over the course of an artistic career that spanned the 1950s to the ’80s, was a celebrity in his day. A compulsively prolific artist with a theatrical, over-the-top personality, Town was known as a master printmaker, but would go on to produce more than 9,000 paintings, collages, assemblages, sculptures, and murals in a huge variety of styles.

Read the rest of my review, in Quill & Quire, HERE.

Harold Town, Musclewoman, 1983. Image: jamesrottmanfineart.com

Harold Town, Stages #38, 1987. Image: gevik.com

Harold Town,Toy Horse #243. Image: gevik.com

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