Kathleen Moir Morris
Canadian, Beaver Hall Group, RCA
Kathleen Moir Morris is a Canadian painter born in Montreal in 1893. She studied at the Art Association of Montreal under the teachings of William Brymner. During the summer months, Kathleen Moir Morris left with Maurice Cullen and Robert Pilot for drawing trips.
She was a member of the Beaver Hall Group until its dissolution in the 1920s. From 1923 to 1929, Kathleen Moir Morris moved to Ottawa where Eric Brown of the National Gallery of Canada encouraged him by making the Acquisition of Several of these tables.
Kathleen Moir Morris favored the winter landscapes of the Quebec City, Montreal and Laurentides regions. She became a member of the Royal Academy of Canada. She returned to Montreal until her death in 1986.
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