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Fanciful Seascape in Primary Colours

Bertram Charles Binning
Fanciful Seascape in Primary Colours, 1949
Oil on board
80 x 110.5 cm
Gift from the Charles S. Band Estate, 1969
Born in Alberta in 1909, Bertram Binning’s family moved to Vancouver, exposing their son to the coastal scenery that would define his work.

Binning studied at the Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts under Charles H. Scott, Fred Varley, and Jock MacDonald. His artistic influences included Henry Moore, whom he worked with in England, and the styles of Picasso and Matisse.



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