Law, C. Anthony (Oral History Interview)

Show simple item record Law, C. Anthony, 1916-1996
dc.contributor.other Baker, Angela [Interviewer]
dc.coverage.temporal 1968-1980 2011-06-22T13:06:09Z 2011-06-22T13:06:09Z June 22, 1993 1993-06-22
dc.description Honorary Doctoral Degree Recipient; former Artist in Residence
dc.description Audio quality: Good.
dc.description [This interview is the same as the Jane Shaw Law interview. They were interviewed together.] Main topics include: Law's painting career, St. Mary's Art Gallery, classes available at the art gallery, involvement with student drama productions, and Faculty Women's Association activities.
dc.description Original accession number: 1999.21
dc.description C. Anthony Law was Artist-in-Residence at Saint Mary's University from 1967 to 1980, and was the first curator of Saint Mary's Art Gallery. He was made an honorary Doctor of Letters in 1981, along with his wife, Jane. Before arriving at Saint Mary's, Law had a long career in the Canadian Navy, first enlisting in 1939 as a naval officer, and eventually retiring at the rank of commander in 1966. His dramatic paintings of naval conflict has made him one of Canada's most important official war artists of the Second World War.
dc.description.provenance Made available in DSpace on 2011-06-22T13:06:09Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 0 Previous issue date: 1993-06-22 en
dc.language.iso en
dc.relation.ispartof Summer Research Interviews
dc.rights None (release form signed).
dc.subject.other Art Gallery
dc.subject.other Co-Education
dc.subject.other Jesuits
dc.subject.other Diversity
dc.title Law, C. Anthony (Oral History Interview)
dc.type Recording, oral
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