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"Lot's Wife Turned into a Pillar of Salt"

"Lot's Wife Turned into a Pillar of Salt"

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The artist that created this painting was Clara Samuels. The frame measures 66 cm by 81 cm. The frame is made out of metal, is covered by a glass glazing and the framers wire on the back is made out of metal. The painting itself measures 64 cm by 48 cm. The painting is in portrait orientation and is a signed mixed medium on paper. Clara Samuels was born in 1914 in Winnipeg. She studied mathematics and economics at the University of Manitoba. Clara used to work as a researcher at the Bank of Canada in Ottawa until she moved to Regina, Saskatchewan in 1939. In the 1950s, she took art classes at the University of Regina. In 1956, her art was presented in a group exhibition called "6th Biennial Exhibition of Canadian Painting" at the National Gallery Of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario. Her art was also represented in several public collections such as the Saskatchewan Arts Board, Massey College at the University of Toronto, Carleton University(Ottawa), Regina Public Library, and the Government of Saskatchewan. Her art is also in some private collections. Unfortunately, Clara Samuels passed away in 1988. 


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