|BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS|
One of his etchings/aquatints is in the collection of the National Gallery in Ottawa, and is illustrated in their catalogue of Canadian Art, Volume Two / G - K.
Keagey died in Dundas, Ontario in 1956.
|1915 April||BCSFA Works by Members||Old Norman "Stair" Canterbury Cathedral|
|Arch of Titus, Rome|
|Door to Wine House, Alhambra, Spain|
|Landscape in Crayons|
|1916||BCSFA Exhibition||(3 etchings)|
|1917 Sept. 14 - 22||BCSFA Eleventh Exhibition||Old Mosque, Cairo (Etching)|
|Forest Fires (Etching)|
|Boats in Harbour (Etching)|
|"Le Roi Est Mort" (Dry Point)|
|East Transept, Entrance Plan Cathedral|
ROYAL CANADIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS -
EXHIBITIONS & MEMBERS 1880 - 1979 (refer to RCA81)
One etching listed: Old Muski, Cairo, dated 1917.
CANADIAN ART VOLUME TWO / G - K
Catalogue of the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
Editor Pierre B. Landry in collaboration with Claire Champ
1994, National Gallery of Canada; ISBN 0-88884-638-X
11 pages front matter; 392 pages catalogue; index
One work by Keagey illustrated & concise biography.
A NEW CLASS OF ART - The Artist's Print in Canadian Art, 1877 - 1920
1996, Rosemary L. Tovell, ISBN 0-88884-655-X; published by National Gallery of Canada
Technically an exhibition catalogue of travelling show, but has extensive information.
Illustrated; includes endnotes; list of works; selected references; index
An excellent overview of an important period of Canadian printmaking
Includes information on Keagey.
BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX OF ARTISTS IN CANADA
(refer to BIAC03)
2 references cited for Keagey, incl. RCA above.
INDEX TO NATIONAL GALLERY OF CANADA EXHIBITION CATALOGUES
and CHECKLISTS 1880 - 1930
2007; ISBN 978-0-88884-835-2; softcover, 514 pages
Published by National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives: Occasional Paper Number 7
Includes essay, catalogues, artist listings, collector listings, bibliography
5 works listed by Keagey, page 295, in 4 exhibitions.
"Among members who have had the advantage of European training in the
continental schools are ... J.W. Keagey ..."
From "Eleventh Annual Exhibition of Fine Arts", by
Studio Magazine, London England, February 15, 1918