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Alex Colville (1920-2013) was a Canadian painter and printmaker, renowned for his meticulously detailed, realist style that often explored themes of everyday life, isolation, and the human condition. Born in Toronto, Colville served in the Canadian Army during World War II, an experience that deeply influenced his artistic perspective. He later taught at Mount Allison University in New Brunswick and gained national recognition for his contributions to Canadian art.
Colville's work is characterized by its precision, geometric composition, and emotional intensity. He often depicted scenes from rural life, family, and animals, imbuing them with a sense of quiet tension and underlying complexity. His most famous painting, "Horse and Train," exemplifies his ability to capture the intersection of nature and technology in a thought-provoking manner.
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