John Goodwin Lyman

Canada (18861967 ) - Artworks
LYMAN John Goodwin Hill Farm, St. Jovite

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John Goodwin Lyman - Sketch For “airplane”

John Goodwin Lyman - Sketch For “airplane”

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Lot number: 76
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JOHN GOODWIN LYMAN SKETCH FOR “AIRPLANE” oil on paper signed on the reverse 5 ins x 7 ins; 12.7 cms x 17.8 cms Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal Literature: Louise Dompierre, I Live by My Eyes , Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’’s University, Kingston, Ontario, 1986, page 36, illustration no. 6 for Airplane c. 1912 , reproduced.
John Goodwin Lyman - Sketch For “airplane”

John Goodwin Lyman - Sketch For “airplane”

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JOHN GOODWIN LYMAN SKETCH FOR “AIRPLANE” oil on paper signed on the reverse 5 ins x 7 ins; 12.7 cms x 17.8 cms Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal Louise Dompierre, I Live by My Eyes , Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’’s University, Kingston, Ontario, 1986, page 36, illustration no. 6 for Airplane c. 1912 , reproduced.
John Goodwin Lyman - Hill Farm, St. Jovite

John Goodwin Lyman - Hill Farm, St. Jovite

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Lot number: 443
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John Goodwin Lyman CAS CGP EGP FRSA 1886 - 1967 Canadian Hill Farm, St. Jovite oil on board signed and on verso titled and dated 1935 15 x 18 1/2 in 38.1 x 47cm Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto Literature: Montreal Gazette, May 22, 1935 Exhibited: Valentine Gallery, New York, Paintings by John Lyman, May 14 - 28, 1936 In May of 1935, a brief article in the Montreal Gazette accompanied an advertisement for Summer art classes conducted by John Lyman and Harold Beament describing the location as "in the Laurentians, near Lake Ouimet, between St. Jovite and Mont Tremblant �[in] 150 acres enclosing a private lake." Lyman's treatment of that landscape became emblematic of his paintings from this period. Bearing the title Hill Farm, this painting was one of 25 paintings shown in Lyman's 1936 solo exhibition at New York's Valentine Gallery.
John Goodwin Lyman - Hill Farm, St. Jovite

John Goodwin Lyman - Hill Farm, St. Jovite

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Lot number: 443
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John Goodwin Lyman CAS CGP EGP FRSA 1886 - 1967 Canadian Hill Farm, St. Jovite oil on board signed and on verso titled and dated 1935 15 x 18 1/2 in 38.1 x 47cm Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto Literature: Montreal Gazette, May 22, 1935 Exhibited: Valentine Gallery, New York, Paintings by John Lyman, May 14 - 28, 1936 In May of 1935, a brief article in the Montreal Gazette accompanied an advertisement for Summer art classes conducted by John Lyman and Harold Beament describing the location as "in the Laurentians, near Lake Ouimet, between St. Jovite and Mont Tremblant …[in] 150 acres enclosing a private lake." Lyman's treatment of that landscape became emblematic of his paintings from this period. Bearing the title Hill Farm, this painting was one of 25 paintings shown in Lyman's 1936 solo exhibition at New York's Valentine Gallery.
John Goodwin Lyman - Group On Provincetown Beach

John Goodwin Lyman - Group On Provincetown Beach

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Lot number: 110
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Lot # 110 John Goodwin Lyman CAS CGP EGP FRSA 1886 - 1967 Canadian Group on Provincetown Beach oil on canvas board signed and on verso titled variously, inscribed with the Dominion Gallery inventory #H3182 and stamped Dominion Gallery, Montreal 12 x 16 in 30.5 x 40.6cm Provenance: Dominion Gallery, Montreal Private Collection, Quebec Private Collection, Vancouver Literature: Louise Dompierre, John Lyman 1886 - 1967, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, 1986, page 91, similar works entitled The Beach, St-Jean-de-Luz reproduced page 138 and The Beach, St-Jean-de-Luz II reproduced page 139 The tradition of beach scenes in art history goes back to Eugène Boudin in the mid-nineteen century and to the beautiful, atmospheric scenes of leisure so beautifully portrayed by the French Impressionists such as Claude Monet and Georges Seurat. The concept of spending summer holidays at the seaside is quite a modern one, and John Lyman embraced this subject, painting beach scenes in locations ranging from France to North America. An inheritance gave Lyman financial freedom, and he was a very cosmopolitan man, taking many sojourns abroad. As Louise Dompierre writes, "the leisurely contemplation of human nature and of nature generally" reflected the predilections of his lifestyle. Lyman was a modernist and a founder of Montreal's Contemporary Arts Society. Although he chose not to venture into abstraction, he was keenly aware of the relationships created by line and colour. He stated that he needed to reflect his interior life through the images of exterior life. Group on Provincetown Beach, infused with a mood of sweet reverie and the pleasure of a day at the beach, is a fine example of his beach scenes.
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