|BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS|
An article "The Fine Arts", published June 9, 1923 in the Western Women's Weekly, noted that Langford was a critic of the Studio Club, and had painted the murals on the ceiling of the C.P.R. Station in Vancouver (presumably the third one, currently serving as the Seabus and Westcoast Express Rail terminus). The C.P.R. Station opened on August 1, 1914.
A page on Rootsweb provides marriage information from Toronto, Ontario in 1874
that matches most of the names and dates, and thus probably provides the artist's
full maiden name and age at that time:
011836-74 Horace Ayliffe LANGFORD, 24, Isle of Wight, Toronto s/o Ayliffe & Jane Elizabeth LANGFORD married Adelaide Elizabeth Winyard HURD, 18, Toronto, same d/o Thos. Gladwin & Louisa HURD. Witn E.F. LANGFORD, F.W. JARVIS, Eleanor SKYNNE, & Ellen SKYNNE all of Toronto, October 14, 1874.
More research should be done on this artist, based on the good review below and her work on the C.P.R. Station.
|1910 May||BCSFA Third Exhibition||(title not listed)|
|1932 May - July||VAG All Canadian Exhibition||Contentment|
ARTISTS IN CANADA 1982 - UNION LIST OF ARTISTS' FILES (refer to AIC82)
BRITISH COLUMBIA WOMEN ARTISTS 1885-1985 (refer to AGGV85)
PUBLIC ART IN VANCOUVER - ANGELS AMONG LIONS (refer to PAV09)