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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: MARKHAM STREET (Toronto) Strollers in Markham St. area, where displaced artists from Toronto's little Greenwich Village have taken refuge in brightly painted dwellings, pause for critical studies of paintings by members of Humber Valley Art Club. Painters were winding up six week circuit of picturesque places in and around Toronto. From left, Jack Pollock, Grace Wilson, Jack Whyte, Allan Kornbloom. The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: MARKHAM STREET (Toronto) Strollers in Markham St. area, where displaced artists from Toronto's little Greenwich Village have taken refuge in brightly painted dwellings, pause for critical studies of paintings by members of Humber Valley Art Club. Painters were winding up six week circuit of picturesque places in and around Toronto. From left, Jack Pollock, Grace Wilson, Jack Whyte, Allan Kornbloom.November 1, 1963,BORIS SPREMO transparent
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November 1, 1963
PRINTED IN THE GLOBE AND MAIL
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Scanned from a print, and later selected by the National Gallery for its Cutline exhibition
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MARKHAM STREET (Toronto) Strollers in Markham St. area, where displaced artists from Toronto's little Greenwich Village have taken refuge in brightly painted dwellings, pause for critical studies of paintings by members of Humber Valley Art Club. Painters were winding up six week circuit of picturesque places in and around Toronto. From left, Jack Pollock, Grace Wilson, Jack Whyte, Allan Kornbloom.
BORIS SPREMO / The Globe and Mail
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