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He worked for the Vancouver Province as a cartoonist, as early as 1909. There is the notation "Kelowna 1894" on his entry in the card index at the Vancouver Art Gallery library. His membership in the BCSFA is also noted in 1929, and work in the May 1924 annual exhibition. He also had work in the 1916 and 1917 annual exhibitions of the BCSFA.
Some of his cartoons were published in School Days magazine in 1919 and 1920.
He died in Vancouver in 1926 at the relatively early age of 51.
|1917 Sept. 14 - 22||B.C.S.F.A. Eleventh Exhibition||On The Beach|
|In The Valley|
THE FINE ARTS IN VANCOUVER, 1886 - 1930 (refer to THOM)
ARTISTS IN CANADA 1982 - UNION LIST OF ARTISTS' FILES (refer to AIC82)
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA VIEW OF CARTOONIST J.B. FITZMAURICE, 1908 - 1909
Robin Anderson, Journal of Canadian Studies, Vol. 42 No. 1 Winter 2008
University of Toronto Press
"an introduction to and an examination of the early political and social affairs cartoons of Vancouver Province newspaper
cartoonist James B. Fitzmaurice (1875-1926), who used the tools of visual rhetoric to create an imagined consensus in British Columbia."
BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX OF ARTISTS IN CANADA
(refer to BIAC03)
1 reference to Fitzmaurice, incorrect birth/death dates.
VANCOUVER PUBLIC LIBRARY - B.C. ARTISTS FILES (refer to VPL)
"Early artists of the first decade included ... Fitzmaurice, one of Canada's
From "A Short Art History of British Columbia", by Charles H. Scott
Behind The Palette, June 1947
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