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Robert Newton Hurley

Robert Newton Hurley was born in London, England, 1894 and died in Victoria, British Columbia, 1980. Hurley had no formal training as an artist, though he'd enjoyed visiting museums in his youth in London. He became interested in painting after serving in the First World War. When he migrated to Saskatchewan in 1923 his interest in painting was encouraged by Ernest Lindner who taught him in night classes in Saskatoon and through his contact with other Saskatoon painters such as Les Saunders, Stanley Brunst and Wynona Mulcaster. Primarily a watercolourist, Hurley brought to the landscape genre a unique sense of colour.

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