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William Perehudoff (1918-2013)

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William Perehudoff was born near Saskatoon in 1918 and since the mid 1960s he is considered to be one of Canada’s major abstract painters. Perehudoff studied with the French artist Jean Charlot at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 1948-49 and with the French Purist Amedee Ozenfant at the Ozenfant School of Fine Arts, New York, New York, in 1949-50. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s he was an active participant in the Emma Lake Artists' Workshops and participated in workshops led by Will Barnet (1957), Herman Cherry (1961), Clement Greenberg (1962), Kenneth Noland (1963), and Donald Judd (1968). In 1988 he was a workshop leader at Emma Lake. His work has been widely exhibited in Canada with museum shows at the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, The Edmonton Art Gallery and the Glenbow Art Gallery, Calgary as well as exhibitions in commercial art galleries across the country. His work is held in private and public collections in Canada, the US and Europe. In 2011, The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon was host to The Optimism of Colour: William Perehudoff, a Retrospective, featuring over sixty works drawn from public and private Canadian collections. William Perehudoff passed away in Saskatoon in 2013.

Curriculum Vitae

Born 1918 in Saskatoon
Raised in the Doukhobor community of Bogdanovka, near Langham
Lived in Saskatoon since 1951
Married Dorothy Knowles in Paris in 1951
Died 2013 in Saskatoon

Worked as the Art Director of the Modern Press in Saskatoon,(25 yrs.) retiring in 1977
Freelance work as a photographer and an illustrator, during the 1960’s & 1970’s
Freelance muralist for private patrons and public institutions 1948- 1954
Art Teacher in Langham Saskatchewan, 1947

Awards

1999 Order of Canada
1995 Order of Merit of Saskatchewan

Art Education

1948,49 Studied art with French artist Jean Charlot and mural painting at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado

1949-50 Studied with the French Purist Amedee Ozenfant at the Ozenfant School of Fine Arts, New York, New York

1951-52 Museum studies in England, France, and Italy

1968 Carnegie Institute of Technology, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

Emma Lake Workshops:

1957 Will Barnet
1961 Herman Cherry
1962 Clement Greenberg
1963 Kenneth Noland
1968 Donald Judd
1987 Triangle Artist’s Workshop, Pine Plains, New York
1988 William Perehudoff as workshop leader
1990 Willard Boepple, Robert Kudielka, Dorothy Knowles

Solo Exhibitions:

2010 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK The Optimism of Colour: William Perehudoff, A Retrospective. Touring 2011-
2010 NewZones Gallery of Contemporary Art, Calgary, AB
2008 NewZones Gallery of Contemporary Art, Calgary, AB
2008 Poussin Gallery, London, UK
2007 Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, BC
2007 Nicola Rukaj Gallery, Toronto, ON
2006 Canada House, London,UK
2006 The Gallery / Art Placement Inc., Saskatoon, SK
2004 Winchester Galleries, Victoria, BC
2003 The Gallery / Art Placement Inc., Saskatoon, SK
2002 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK, William Perehudoff, Now and Then, curated by Gilles Hebert
2001 Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
2000 New Zones Art Gallery,Calgary, AB, Millennium Exhibition
2000 Miriam Shiell Fine Art, Toronto, ON
1999 The Gallery / Art Placement Inc., Saskatoon, SK
1999 Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
1998 The Gallery / Art Placement Inc., Saskatoon, SK
1998 Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, BC
1998 Winchester Art Galleries, Victoria, BC
1997 Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, BC
1996 The Gallery / Art Placement Inc., Saskatoon, SK
1993 The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK, William Perehudoff, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB, 1994, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB, 1994
1993 The Gallery / Art Placement Inc., Saskatoon, SK
1993 Miriam Shiell Fine Art, Toronto, ON
1992 Grand Forks Art Gallery, Grand Forks, BC
1991 Woltjen Udell Gallery, Vancouver, BC
1991 The Gallery / Art Placement Inc., Saskatoon,SK
1990 Woltjen Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
1990 Waddington Gorce Inc., Montreal, PQ
1990 Miriam Shiell Fine Art Ltd., Toronto, ON
1989 Canadian Art Galleries, Calgary, AB
1988 Woltjen Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB & Vancouver, BC
1988 Eva Cohon Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1988 Waddingon Gorce Inc. Montreal, PQ
1987 The Gallery / Art Placement Inc., Saskatoon, SK
1987 Waddington Shiell Gallery, Toronto, ON
1986 Waddington Gorce Inc., Montreal, PQ
1986 Waddington Shiell Gallery, Toronto, ON
1986 Canadian Art Galleries, Calgary, AB
1985 Waddington Shiell Gallery, Toronto, ON
1985 Woltjen Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
1983 The Gallery / Art Placement Inc., Saskatoon, SK
1983 Waddington Shiell Gallery, Toronto, ON
1982 Waddington Galleries, New York, NY
1982 Downstairs Gallery, Edmonton, AB
1981-83 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK, nat. touring exhibition catalogue by Karen Wilkin
1981 Canadian Art Galleries, Calgary, AB
1980 Downstairs Gallery, Edmonton, AB
1980 Waddington Gallery, Toronto, ON
1980 Meridith Long Contemporary Gallery, New York, NY
1979 Theo Waddington Galleries, Montreal, PQ
1979 Theo Waddington Gallery, London, UK
1978 Banff Fine Art Centre Gallery, Edmonton, AB
1978 University of Alberta Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB
1978 Waddington Gallery, Toronto,ON
1978 Gallery One, Saskatoon,SK
1978 Meredith Long Contemporary Gallery, New York, NY
1977-78 Glenbow Alberta Institute, Calgary, AB catalogue by Robert Christie
1977 Theo Waddington Galleries, Montreal, PQ
1976 Waddington-Tooth Gallery, London, UK
1976 Noah Goldowsky Gallery, New York, NY
1974 Theo Waddington Galleries, Montreal, PQ
1974 Noah Goldowsky Gallery, New York, NY
1974 Saskatoon Public Library, Saskatoon, SK
1972-3 Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK, Terry Fenton (cat.)
1970 The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
1967 Bonli Gallery, Toronto, ON
1965 Regina Public Library, Regina, SK
1965 The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatooon, SK
1965 Saskatoon Arts Centre, Saskatoon, SK
1961 Saskatoon Arts Centre, Saskatoon, SK
1952 Saskatoon Arts Centre, Saskatoon, SK
1950 Saskatoon Arts Centre, Saskatoon, SK
1948 Saskatoon Arts Centre, Saskatoon, SK

Group Exhibitions:

2010 The Gallery / Art Placement Inc., Saskatoon, SK, "A Conversation in Colour" (with John McLean)
2008 Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, NS Abstract Painting in Canada
2008 Art Gallery of Edmonton, Edmonton,AB, Seeing through Modernism, Edmonton 1970-1985
2005 Mendel Art Gallery,Saskatoon, SK (with The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa,ON), spell
2005 Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto,ON, The Shape of Colour:Excursions in Colour Field Art, 1950-2005
2005 APT Gallery, Deptford, UK, Three Generations, William Perehudoff, Robert Christie, Jonathan Forrest
2004 Kenderdine Art Gallery, Saskatoon,SK, Three Generations, William Perehudoff, Robert Christie, Jonathan Forrest
2003 Kenderdine Art Gallery, Saskatoon,SK, Lodestar, members of the Royal Canadian Academy as mentors of the next generation of artists, July 14-August 24
2003 The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon,SK, The Uncanny, Experiments in Cyborg Culture, curated by Bruce Grenville
2003 The Gallery / Art Placement Inc., Saskatoon, SK, New Abstraction
2003 Winchester Art Gallery, Victoria, BC
2002 Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB Fall Show
2002 Toronto Art Fair, represented by Miriam Shiell Fine Art and the Douglas Udell Gallery
2002 The Assiniboia Gallery, Regina, SK, 25th Anniversary Show
2001 The MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK, Dorothy Knowles and William Perehudoff, January 26-March 11
2001 Atrium Gallery, Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto, ON Triangle Workshop Artists at OCAD, October 1-14
2001 Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR Clement Greenberg, a Critic’s Choice
2000 Winnipeg Art Gallery, Royal Canadian Academy Group Show, Winnipeg,MB
1996 Kootenay Art Gallery, Castelgar, BC, Bill Perehudoff, Dorothy Knowles, Rebecca, Catherine, and Carol Perehudoff
1995 Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta and Vancouver, BC, Christmas Show
1994 The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK, The Urban Prairie, curated by Dan Ring
1993 Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB, New Acquisitions
1990 McMullan Gallery, A Family Show, McMullen Gallery, University of Alberta Hospital, Edmonton, AB
1989 The Mendel Art Gallery, The Flat Side of the Landscape, The Emma lake Artist’s Workshops, curated by John O’Brian
1988 Swift Current National Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, SK, A Common Bond, catalogue by Robert Christie
1988 The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK, Talking Through Time, Contemporary Art From Saskatoon
1987 The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK, Tradition and Innovation, Saskatoon Art and the 1950’s, curated by Dan Ring
1987 Triangle Artists’ Workshop Exhibition, Pine Plains, New York, NY
1986 Woltjen Udell Gallery, Edmonton Art Gallery,Edmonton,AB, Fall Show
1986 Assiniboia Gallery, Works on Paper, Regina, SK
1981 The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, ON, The Heritage of Jack Bush, A Tribute
1980 The Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB, Aspects of Canadian Painting in the Seventies, curated by Jeff Spalding
1979 Collector’s Choice Art Gallery Ltd., Saskatoon, SK, Group Show
1978-79 Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, 7 Prairie Painters, touring exhibition, Extension Services, catalogue introduction by Raymond Oullet
1978 Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB, Modern Painting in Canada, catalogue by Terry Fenton and Karen Wilkin
1977 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC,14 Canadians, A Critic’s Choice, catalogue by Andrew Hudson
1976 National Gallery of Canada , touring exhibition, Emma Lake and After, catalogue by Terry Fenton
1975-76 National circulating exhibition, The Canadian Canvas, catalogue by Dorris Shadbolt, Karen Wilkin, Alvin Balking, Ferdinand St. Martin, and Allan Mackay
1975 The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK, Major Saskatchewan Artists
1974 Wallack Gallery, Ottawa, ON
1974 Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB, Prairie 74
1974 Hamilton Art Galley, Hamilton, ON, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, ON, 9 out of 10 - A Survey of Contemporary Canadian Art, catalogue introduction by Glen E. Cumming
1973 Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON, 24th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Canadian Art
1973 Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK, Emma Lake Workshops
1955-1973, catalogue introduction, Nancy E. Dillow
1973 Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK, Recent Acquisitions of the Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery
1973 Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB, Edmonton Collects, catalogue by Karen Wilkin
1972 Waddington Galleries, Montreal, PQ
1971 Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB, The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK, The Glenbow, Calgary, AB, West 71, catalogue introduction by Karen Wilkin
1971 The Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Sask. , Public Library, Regina, Sask., Saskatchewan Art and Artists, catalogue introduction by Nancy E. Dillow
1970 The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK, Four Western Colourists
1969 Waddington Galleries, Montreal, PQ
1968-69 The Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB, 89th Annual Exhibition, Royal Canadian Academy of Arts
1968 The Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB, 11th Winnipeg Show
1968 Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Quebec, 88th annual Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts
1968 The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BC
1968 The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
1968 The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON, Canadian Artists, catalogue introduction by Dennis Young
1968 The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON,7th Biennial Exhibition of Canadian Painting, catalogue by William C. Seitz
1968 Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, PQ, Survey 68
1968 Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
1967 The Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK, Saskatchewan Artists, catalogue by John Climer
1966 Calgary Allied Arts Centre, Calgary, AB
1965 Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
1965 Saskatchewan Jubilee, Regina, SK, Clement Greenberg as coordinator
1963,64,65 Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, PQ, Montreal Spring Show
1962 Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB, Winnipeg Biennial
1952 The Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK, Artists of Saskatchewan
1952 The Saskatoon Art Centre, Saskatoon, SK, Two Person Show, with Dorothy Perehudoff(Knowles)
1948 The Saskatoon Art Association, Saskatoon, SK, Spring Show
1947 The Saskatoon Art Association, Saskatoon, SK. Spring Show
1946 The Saskatoon Art Association, Saskatoon, SK, Fall Show
1946 The Saskatoon Art Centre, Saskatoon, SK, Two Person Show, with Mashel Teitelbaum
1946 The Canadian Society of Painters in Water Color Annual Exhibition
1945 The Saskatoon Art Association, Saskatoon, SK, Spring Show

Selected Bibliography:

“At the Prospectors Exhibit.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 13 Jan. 1949: 3
Ayre, Robert. “Swivel in Art Display.” Montreal Star 13 Sept. 1969: n. pag
“Perehudoff, William.” Canadian Encyclopedia. Vol. 2. Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1988: 1642-1643
Ballantyne, Michael. “82nd Annual Show, The Spring Exhibition.” Montreal Star 10 Apr. 1965:9
Beauchamp, Elizabeth. “Art Rediscovery, a Boon to Prairie Painter.” Edmonton Journal 3 Dec. 1990: 35
Belisle, Josée. La Collection Lavalin. Montreal: Éditions Homme et la Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, 1994: 156, 255
“Bill Perehudoff.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 13 Sept. 1948: 6
Bogardi, Georges. “Shaped by Opposing Pulls.” Montreal Star 5 Oct. 1974: n. pag
Brennan, Brian. “Visual Hearts.” Galleries West Fall 2003: 20-23
Buchanan, Donald. “To Create a Livable Space.” Canadian Art Vol. XI. No. 1, 1953: 29
Burke, Graham, and Greenwood, Robin. “Poussin Review 2008: Form and Space.” Poussin Review. London, UK: Poussin Gallery, 2008
Carpenter, Ken. Perehudoff. (cat.) London: Poussin Gallery, 2008
Carpenter, Ken. Perehudoff. (cat.) Calgary: Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art, 2008
Casey, Allan. “To Paint Against the Grain.” Western Living Dec. 1995: 10-12, 14-15, 18
Christie, Robert. “Perehudoff and Knowles.” Artswest Vol. 1. No. 5, 1976: 16
Christie, Robert. “An Introduction to the Paintings of Bill Perehudoff.” William Perehudoff (cat.) Calgary, AB: Glenbow-Alberta Institute, 1977
Christie, Robert. Colour Chording Post-Painterly Abstraction of the Canadian Prairies. London, UK: Canadian High Commission for Canada, Canada House, 2006
C.W.I. “The Historical Drawings of Bill Perehudoff.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 1 Mar. 1958: 3
Dallas, Zoe. “Perehudoff Murals Accepted: First Mural on Public Building Here Adorns Bus Depot Wall.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 22 Sept. 1955: 3
Dault, Julia. “Prairie Fields of Colour.” National Post (Toronto) 15 Apr. 2004: B6
Dault, Julia. “Nova Scotia’s Gallery.” National Post (Toronto) 16 Dec. 2004: B6
Dillow, Nancy. William Perehudoff: Recent Paintings (cat.) Regina, SK: University of Regina, 1978
Eaton, Nicole and Weston, Hilary. At Home in Canada. Canada: Penguin Group, 1995: 30-35 (excerpt reprinted in Canadian House & Home, Sept. 1995: 52-53)
Edinborough, Arnold. “Time Counts the Years and Celebrates Canada in Paintings.” Financial Post (Toronto) 18 Jan. 1975
Ehman, Amy Jo. “Three Generations of Abstract Art.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 11 May, 2004:C1
Enright, Robert. “Saskatoon – Robert Enright Investigates.” Canadian Art Vol. 1, No. 2, 1984/85: 51
Fenton, Terry. “Some Artists in Regina and Saskatoon.” ArtsCanada Vol. 28, No.1, 1971: 5
Fenton, Terry. “High Culture in Prairie Canada.” Art News Vol.73, No.7, Sept. 1974: 27-29
Fenton, Terry. “Abstraction West: Emma Lake & After.” The National Gallery of Canada (journal) No. 11, 1 Mar. 1976: 3-4
Ferguson, B. “Conservation, & Experimentation in Saskatchewan Art.” Arts Manitoba Vol. 2, No. 1, 1982: 62
“First Prize Oil.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 4 May, 1948: 4
Forgery, B.. “Canadian Art in the Mainstream.” Washington Star 6 Feb. 1977: G1
Glabush, Sky. “Pere Perehudoff.” Border Crossings Issue 71, Vol. 18, No. 3, 1999: 63
Gilchrist, Mary. “Perehudoff – from prairie landscape to colour field.” Western People (a supplement to Western Producer) 1 Feb. 1979: 2-3
Greenberg, Clement. “Clement Greenberg’s View of Art on the Prairies.” Canadian Art Vol. 20, No. 2, 1963: 99-107
Greenwood, Michael. “The Canadian Canvas.” Arts Canada Vol. 32, No. 1, 1971: 16
Hebert, Gilles. “In Conversation.” William Perehudoff: Now and Then (cat.) Saskatoon: Mendel Art Gallery, 2003
Heywood, Irene. “A Rebirth at Waddington’s.” Montreal Gazette, 13 Sept. 1969: n. pag.
Hine, Rick. “Area Artist Appointed to the Order of Merit.” The Village Press 12 Oct. 1994: 15
Horne, Gerald S.. “Prairie Forum, Interpreting Prairie Cinema.” Journal of the Canadian Plains Research Centre Vol. 22, No. 2, 1997: 24
Hudson, Andrew. “Some Saskatchewan Painters.” Art International: n.d., 1964, n. pag.
Hutton, David. “Perehudoff Works Can’t Be Salvaged.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix, 26 Mar. 2009: A1, 2
Hutton, David. “Group aims to Preserve Perehudoff Murals.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 29 July 2009: A6
Hutton, David. “Plan Concocted to Save Perehudoff Murals.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix, 25 Sept. 2009: A1, A3
James, Geoffrey. “The Canadian Canvas, A Broad Sweep.” Time Canada, 12 Jan. 1975: 9
Kabatoff, Jan. “Artists of the Doukhobor Heritage.” Spirit Wrestlers’ Voices Ed. Koozma J. Tarasoff. Ottawa: Legas Publishing, 1998: 45-47
Kellog, Alan. “Perehudoff Refines, Redefines His Gorgeous Abstracts.” Edmonton Journal 15 Oct. 2001: B13
Kellog, Alan. “Living in the Glow of his own Rainbow.” Edmonton Journal, 22 Feb. 22, 1998: n. pag.
Kurtz, John and Monica Kurtz, Treasured Moments. Canada: James Kurtz Memorial Foundation Inc., 1997: 12-15, 143
Kritzwizer, Kay. “Two Painters Testify to Western Canada’s Vitality.” Globe and Mail 21 Oct. 1967: 29
Leeper, M.. “Views: Saskatoon’s Art Scene.” Arts West Vol. 7, No. 6, 1982: 14
Lehmann, Henry. “On Canvas From Sea to Sea.” Montreal Star 25 Jan. 1975: n. pag.
Mandel, Charles. “City Galleries Orchestrate Perehudoff’s Color Music.” Edmonton Journal 11 Mar. 1994: n. pag.
Matousek, Phylis. “Chording in Color is Perehudoff Touch.” Edmonton Journal 2 Mar. 1985:D5
Mays, John Bentley. “An arty buzz-word lives on.” Globe and Mail (Toronto) 10 Jan. 1981: Entertainment Section, 11
Mays, John Bentley. “Portrait of the Artist as a Long-Distance Runner.” Globe and Mail (Toronto) 4 Nov. 1993: A13
Melville, Idabelle. “Bill Perehudoff.” Where It’s At (newsletter of the Mendel Art Gallery) June 1973: 7-9
Metcalfe, W.H.. “Bill Perehudoff – A Farmer Artist.” The Winnipeg Free Press: n.d., c. 1950-51, n. pag.
Millard, Peter. “Eleven Saskatchewan Artists at the Mendel Gallery.” The Sheaf (University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon) 26 Sept. 1967: n. pag.
Moffet, Kenworth. Moffet’s Artletter (Stamford, CT) Vol. 1, No. 10, 1986: 5
“Mural Paintings in School.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix. 30 June 1949: 7
“Mural by Perehudoff.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix, 20 May 1953: 4
Muskal, Helen. “Perehudoff Paintings Fine Tuned Colour Fields.” Edmonton Journal 26 March 1988: n. pag.
Murray, Joan. The Best Contemporary Canadian Art. Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1987: 9
Murray, Joan. Canadian Art in the 20th Century. Ed. Sarah Bowser. Toronto: Dundurne Press, 1999: 130 (repro.)
Nasgaard, Roald. Abstract Painting in Canada. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, and Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 1997: 248, 287-91, 294
O’Brian, John. The Flat Side of the Landscape (cat.) Saskatoon: Mendel Art Gallery,1989: 88, 115
“One Man Show.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix, 14 August, 1950: 3
Pedherney, D. G.. “Saskatchewan and Manitoba.” ArtsWest Vol. 8, No. 4, 1983: 9
Perry, Meta. “New York-Regina connection is bearing fruit.” Regina Leader Post, 19 April, 1984: n. pag.
Peterson, Janice M.. “William Perehudoff and Dorothy Knowles, Painters Drawing on Prairie Roots.” TEMPO Magazine (Saskatoon) Vol. 3, No. 6 1986: 12
Powers, Ned. “Perehudoff Art in the New York Exhibit.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 29 April, 1974: 8
Powers, Ned. “Doukhobor Spirit – Perehudoff’s roots affect his work as artist.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix, 2 March 1999: D1
Purdie, James. “Colour Means Music to Perehudoff.” Globe and Mail, 4 November, 1978
Richards, Jean. “New Year’s Resolve, Take a Closer Look,” Edmonton Journal, 5 January, 1973: TAB 6
Roenisch, Clint. Carte Blanche, Vol. 2 – Painting. Toronto: Magenta Publishing for the Arts, 2008: 11, 272
Robertson, Sheila. “Perehudoff exhibition opens provincial series at Mendel.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix, 3 Oct. 1981: Accent Section, 16
Robertson, Sheila. “National Parks Celebrated.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix, November 2,1985,A6
Robertson, Sheila. “Show Details Key Phase in Perehudoff’s Career.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 26 Jan. 1991: Prism Section, 12
Robertson, Sheila. “Outstanding in His Field.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 6 Nov. 1993: D1
Robertson, Sheila. “Music to the Eyes, William Perehudoff’s Colours Invoke Timing, Tone, and Mood.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix, 10 Apr. 1999: C13
S., J.. “Provincial Art Exhibition.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 16 May 1946: 3
S., J.. “Art Centre Show.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 15 Aug. 1947: 6
S., J.. “At the Fall Show.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 21 Nov. 1947: 3
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S., J.. “Paintings by New Artists Praised.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 3 Dec. 1949: 12
S., J.. “At One-Man -Show.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 16 Aug. 1950: 4
S., J.. “Fresco Painting in Saskatoon, A Whole Room in Fresco.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 29 May 1953: 5
S., J.. “A Mural Brightens the Bus Depot.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 25 Aug. 1955: 3
S., J.. “History of a One-Man Show.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 7 Oct. 1961: 17
Sabbath, Lawrence. “Exhibition Sheds Light on Spanish Painters.” Montreal Gazette 17 March 1984: B-9
Simmins, Richard. “Saskatoon, Regina Art on Display in Gallery.” Regina Leader Post 15 Nov. 1953: n. pag.
Steele, Bob. “Bill Perehudoff Farmer-Painter, Union Farmer, January 1951: 21
Steele, Bob. “Perehudoff – Prairie Artist: Personal Notes.” William Perehudoff. (cat.) Edmonton: Douglas Udell Gallery, 1997
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“The Arts.” Time Canada. 19 July 1968: 14-15 (repro.)
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Wilkin, Karen. “Northernness and Other Considerations: At the Museums and Elsewhere.” The Hudson Review, Magazine of Literature and Arts, 55th Anniversary Issue, 2004: 683
Woods, Kay. “New York features Saskatoon Artist, William Perehudoff.” ArtsWest March 1982: n. pag.

Public and Corporate Collections:

AbitibiBowater
American Express
Argus Corporation
Art Gallery of Alberta
Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Art Gallery of Mississauga
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Art Gallery of Ontario
Art Gallery of Windsor
Bank of Montreal
Bank of Nova Scotia
Canada Council Art Bank
Canpotex
City of Saskatoon, Frances Morrison Library
Clarkson Gordon
Coca Cola Ltd.
Confederation Centre Art Gallery
Dunlop Art Gallery
Fasken Campbell Godfrey
F.H. Deacon Hodgson Inc.
Glenbow Museum
Goodman & Goodman
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth
Inter-City Gas Corporation
Kamloops Art Gallery
Museum London
MacKenzie Art Gallery
McMillan Binch
McMaster Museum of Art
McIntosh Gallery, University of Western Ontario
MDC Group of Companies
Mendel Art Gallery
Mine Supply Company Saskatchewan
Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery
Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Collection Lavalin
Nabisco Foods Group
National Art Gallery of Malaysia
National Gallery of Canada
National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi
Portland Art Museum
Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan
Principal Trust Company
Rexel Canada Electrical Inc.
Royal Bank of Canada
Saskatchewan Arts Board
SaskTel
Shell Canada Ltd.
TD Canada Trust
Txibanguan Ltd.
University of Calgary
University of Edinburgh
University of Lethbridge
University of Saskatchewan
Vancouver Art Gallery
Winnipeg Art Gallery

 

 

 


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