BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS  

Adeline Baxter

March 18 1881 - April 4 1959

Island Arts and Crafts Society
B.C. Society of Fine Arts

Adeline Baxter was born in Scotland, and came to Canada around the age of 10. She was living in Winnipeg in 1914. She came to BC c1929, and lived in Oak Bay in Victoria.

She exhibited with the Island Arts and Crafts Society from 1929 until 1941.

She exhibited her work in the 1930 Spring Exhibition of the B.C. Society of Fine Arts, and also had work at the Vancouver Exhibition that year, representing the Island Arts and Crafts Society.

She exhibited a small painting at the Canadian National Exhibition in 1930.

Baxter died in Victoria in 1959 at the age of 78. She was a spinster, her occupation was noted as "Retired School Teacher" at which she had worked for "life" and from which she was retired for 13 years.

Exhibitions

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
DATE EXHIBITION LOCATION

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
DATE EXHIBITION ARTWORK
1930 May 31 - June 14 BCSFA   Spring Exhibition A Quiet Hour
Portrait D.D. Drummond
1930 Aug. 6 - 16 VanExh   Oil Paintings & Water-colours Sweet Sixteen
1930 Aug. 22 - Sept. 6 CNE   Small Pictures A Quiet Hour
1933 Mar. 3 - 15 VAG   IACS Vancouver Island Exhibition Arabelle
Rosalina
1939 Mar. 14 - 26 VAG   IACS Vancouver Island Exhibition Night Vigil
A Gentleman from Dixie

References

ROYAL CANADIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS - EXHIBITIONS & MEMBERS 1880 - 1979 (refer to RCA81)

ISLAND ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY - List of Exhibitors

B.C. VITAL STATISTICS ON-LINE death (refer to BCVS)

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