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Canadian, 20th century, male.

Born 1936, in Montreal.

Painter, print artist (woodcuts), ceramicist, installation artist, mixed media. Murals.

Land Art.

During the 1950s, René Derouin studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Montreal and the Institut des Arts Graphiques. For some years, he studied with Pablo O'Higgins, one of the founders of the Mexican popular studios, and at the Esmeralda School of the University of Mexico, which had been founded by Diego Rivera. He settled in Val-David, in the Laurentians, north of Montreal. In ...

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British, 20th century, male.

Born 6 November 1944, in Glasgow.

Performance artist, painter, sculptor, installation artist, printmaker, ceramicist.

Conceptual Art, Land Art.

Bruce McLean studied at Glasgow School of Art (1961-1963), and at St Martins School of Art in London (1963-1966) under Anthony Caro, Phillip King and William Tucker. He has taught at the Croydon School of Art (...

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Native American (Warm Springs, Wasco and Yakima), 20th–21st century, female.

Born 1943, in Oregon.

Ceramicist, glass artist, mask-maker, jewellery artist, printmaker, sculptor. Public art.

‘Giving voice to my ancestors’ is a central concern of the Pacific Northwest and Oregon-based artist Lillian Pitt. Much of the work she creates in a variety of media (ceramics, glass, bronze, and other materials) contains a strong awareness of the deep histories of her peoples and their 12,000-year existence in the Columbia River Basin in Oregon. Born and raised at Warm Springs Indian Reservation near Madras, Oregon, she directly descends from the three tribal peoples based there after a historic treaty removed them from their homelands along the Columbia River....