Canadian artist, R.C.A
Bruno Bobak quickly began his career when he was just 20 years old. During his military service, he participated in an art exhibition of the army for which he won first place. He was then appointed official painter of war in 1943. He then met the painter Molly Lamb, who would become his wife.
He develops his personal style which is not limited to painting. He is equally adept at sculpture, drawing, watercolor and mural painting. In the sixties, he set up his studio in Fredericton, New Brunswick. His works are included in the collections of major Canadian museums, including the War Museum and the National Gallery of Canada. In addition to numerous honors, he is a member of the Order of Canada.
Bruno Bobak was a member of the Painters Group of Canada, the Society of Painters-Aquafortists and Engravers, the Canadian Society of Graphic Arts, the Canadian Society of Watercolor Painters, the British Columbia Artists Society, and of the Royal Canadian Academy.
He died in 2012 in Fredericton.
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