Canadian artist, RCA
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Stanley Cosgrove was born in Montreal in 1911 and died in 2002. The artist was a painter, draftsman and muralist. His works are grouped under four themes: landscape, figure, head of expression and still life
1929- Montreal School of Fine Arts (6 years).
1936- Art Association of Montreal (drawing class with Edwin Holgate).
1940- Academy of San Carlos, Mexico and apprentice of Jose Clemente Orozco where he learns the techniques of fresco.
1939- First Solo Exhibition at the École des Beaux-Arts de Québec.
1944- Exhibition at the Benjamen-Franklin Library.
1938- Help Holgate paint a mural for the Canada Pavilion at the New York World's Fair.
1948- Six Canadian Painters Exhibition in West Palm Beach and then in Clearwater, Florida.
1949- Exhibition Four painters from Quebec at the National Gallery of Ottawa and Quebec City.
1950- Exhibition at the Itinerant Exhibition A Century of Painting in Quebec, organized by the Provincial Museum and the Western Canadian Tour of the Canadian Artists Federation.
1935- Stay in Gaspésie for several months to paint.
1937- Several summer stays in Charlevoix to paint, notably with Jean-Paul Lemieux.
1940- Travel to Mexico (4 years).
1953- Federal Government travel grant. He visits France and Spain with Goodridge Roberts.
Awards and scholarships
1967- Elected member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.