Carl Schaefer fonds [multiple media]
Notice descriptive – Brève1
Carl Schaefer fonds [multiple media]Niveau hiérarchique :FondsDate :[ca. 1891-1995].Référence :R3290-0-2-E, MG30-D171Genre de documents :Documents textuels, Documents photographiques, Art, Objets (incluant les médailles et épinglettes), Timbres-poste et produits, Images en mouvement, Documents sonores, Dessins d'architecture et techniquesTrouvé dans :Archives / Collections et fondsNo d’identification :105278Contexte de cette notice :
Notice descriptive – DétailsFonds comprend :14 description(s) de niveau inférieurVoir description(s) de niveau inférieurDate(s) :[ca. 1891-1995].Lieu de création :Sans lieu, inconnu ou indéterminéÉtendue :5.77 m of textual records.
ca. 4113 photographs.
4 postal covers.
4 artifacts printing plates
1 audio cassette (1 h, 30 min).
1 videocassette (30 min).
1 collage cut and/or pasted
2 other stencils
63 photographs :b&w nitrate negatives
1 architectural drawingLangue du document :anglaisPortée et contenu :Fonds consists of the textual records of Carl Schaefer, documenting his career as an artist and teacher. There is some family material including family correspondence. The material is arranged in the following twelve series: Biographical and bibliographical material; Correspondence; Exhibition, sales and other financial records; Manuscripts and notes; Memorabilia; Printed material, reproductions of Schaefer's work; Printed material, exhibitions and other material; Printed material, clippings; Subject files, three series; and Writings by other authors, 1920-1995.
Fonds contains photographs, art work, and philatelic material related to events, activities, places, groups and individuals associated with the life and career of Schaefer, [ca. 1909-1994]. Photographs depict following subjects, 1945-1985: Carl Schaefer on various social occasions with Canadian artists such as Caven Atkins, David Blackwood, Pat Cowley-Brown and Henri Masson; Carl Schaefer teaching at the Schneider School of Fine Art in Actinolite, Ontario; Carl Schaefer at the opening of exibitions at the Art Gallery of Ontario and at the Market Gallery in Toronto, Ontario. Photographs by Tanya Axiuk, Fred Brown, P. Goodwin, Gwen Kenny, Mark Schaefer and Ken Wilson.
Fonds also contains video recordings of Schaefer taken by his son Mark, on which Schaefer talks with Charles Comfort and Maurice Haycock, 1983; and a sound recording of an interview with Schaefer by Charles Hill and Rosemary Tovell of the National Gallery of Canada, 1990.
Fonds contains an architectural drawing of the Canadian art exhibit space, New York World's Fair 1939 / Iain R. Morrison.Provenance :Nom(s) additionnel(s) :Biographie/Histoire administrative :Schaefer, Carl, 1903-1995 : Carl Schaefer was born in Hanover, Ontario, in 1903. Following his studies at the Ontario College of Art, 1921-1924, he worked as an assistant to artists J.E.H. MacDonald and Emanuel Hahn and as an itinerant church decorator and sign painter. He taught art at the Central Technical School, Toronto, 1930-1940, as well as at Trinity College School, Port Hope. He held his first show in 1924 and exhibited with the Ontario Society of Artists in 1925, with the Group of Seven in 1928, and with the Canadian Group of Painters in 1933; he was given a joint show with David Milne, Paraskeva Clark and Caven Atkins by the Art Gallery of Toronto in 1932. During the 1930s, Schaefer painted the Hanover, Ontario, landscapes for which he has, perhaps, become best-known. Schaefer was the first Canadian painter to be awarded a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship and he spent 1940-1941 painting in Vermont near Dartmouth College, where he met the American artists Paul Sample and Ray Nash. He returned to teaching at the Central Technical School and Trinity College School, 1941-1943, then was invited to become an official war artist and enlisted with the R.C.A.F. in 1943. He was attached to various bomber squadrons in England and Northern Ireland until 1944, posted to Iceland and then Rockcliffe, and discharged in 1946. In 1948, Schaefer was appointed an instructor at the Ontario College of Art and taught there until 1970 During the 1950's he also began teaching at the Doon School of Fine Arts, along with Jack Martin and others, and began painting the countryside in Waterloo County, a landscape which inspired him as the country around Hanover had earlier. Schaefer received many honours and awards for his work during his lifetime. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Canadian Society of Graphic Art, Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour, Canadian Group of Painters, and the International Institute of Arts and Letters. He died in 1995.Instrument de recherche :Textual records (Électronique) The finding aid is a detailed file list of vols 1-7 and a file list of vols 8-40. MSS1477 (90: Ouvert)
http://data2.archives.ca/pdf/pdf001/p000000238.pdfSelected photographs: (Papier) Descriptive list of photographs arranged by unit/location. FA-500Moving images and sound recordings: (Électronique) see MISACS for item level descriptions.Artwork (Électronique) Works have been item-level catalogued on the Minisis-ICON database. (90: Ouvert)Architectural, technical drawing (Aucun instrument de recherche) Please consult lower item level description. 945026. (90: Ouvert)Photographs (Électronique) Accession: 1998-0587 (90: Ouvert)
http://data2.archives.ca/pdf/pdf001/p000002379.pdfInformation additionnelle :Note générale :Because the material in the Carl Schaefer fonds was received in several accessions over a period of time, there is a fair amount of overlap between series. Researchers should check all series carefully when trying to locate material, so as not to overlook related material in different series., Part of the material was received in three accessions between 1979 and 1987 from Carl Schaefer; additional material was received in five accessions between 1994 and 2003 from his sons, Mark Schaefer of Stittsville, Ontario, and Paul Schaefer of Brockville, Ontario, and their wives, Rosemary and Carol. The photocopies were copied in 1975 from originals held by the National Gallery of Canada.Note sur l'emplacement des originaux :The originals of the small amount of photocopied material are with the National Gallery of Canada.Vedette-matière :
- Artists - Canada, 1924-1984 Thomas Hart Benton 1941-1959
- Art - Canada, 1924-1984 D.M. Dodge 1941
- Art and war, 1943-1945 Caven Atkins, [1924-1983]
- War artists - Canada, 1943-1945 Walter Baetz, [1924-1983]
- Educators - Canada, 1930-1970 Paraskeva Clark, [1924-1983]
- Teachers - Canada, 1930-1970 Charles Comfort, [1927-1983]
- Art - Exhibitions, 1926-1969 Orville Fisher, [1924-1983]
- Associations, institutions, etc. - Canada, 1933-1976 Charles Goldhamer, [1903-1983]
- World War II - Canada Emanuel Hahn, [1924-1983]
- Carl Fellman Schaefer - Biography, 1976-1974 Lawren P. Harris, [1923-1960]
- Carl Fellman Schaefer - Manuscripts, 1976-1974 Henri M asson, [1935-1983]
- Mural painting and decoration, [between 1924 and 1983] Isabel McLaughlin, [1923-1983]
- Artists - Correspondence George Johnston, [1935-1983]
- Artists as teachers Clyde Dankert, [1923-1983]
- World War II - Art and the war Paul Sample [1941-1971]
- John Martin, [1953-1965]
- Arthur Lismer, [1927-1969]
- John Forsyth, [1933-1976]
- David Milne, [1933-1944]
- Miller Brittain, [1963-1968]
- Canada. Royal Canadian Air Force, 1943-1945
- Canadian Artists of the Second World War, [1943-1981]
- Parkwood Collection, [1925-1981]
- Moon Over the Don Jail, 1975
- National Gallery of Canada, 1975
- Sam Borenstein, [1924-1983]
- Jock Macdonald
- Lowrie Warrener
- Arts and Letters Club (Toronto, Ont.)
- Naomi Jackson Groves
- Charles Burchfield
- Robert Ayre
- Ramsay Cook
- Barker Fairley
- Edwin Holgate
- A.Y. Jackson
- Louis Muhlstock
- J.E.H. MacDonald
- Hanover (Ont.)
Pour réserver ou acheter des documentsModalités d'utilisation :Textual records: The recipient of photocopies is responsible for determining whether material is subject to copyright and for ascertaining the name of the person or organization holding copyright. The recipient is also responsible for determining whether any use of copyrighted material does or does not constitute an infringement of copyright under the Copyright Act. Graphic material: Possible restrictions, please consult National Archives staff. Various copyright. Credit: Name of artist / National Archives of Canada. Philatelic material: Reproduction or use for other than archival purposes, requires the permission of Mark Schaefer. Copyright: Canada Post Corporation (covers) and Cachet manufacturer (covers) stamp. Moving images and sound recording: Reproduction and use in any form requires the written permission of the copyright holder and of the donor.
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