Emily Carr: The Incredible Life and Adventures of a West Coast Artist

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Altitude Pub. Canada, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 113 pages
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Emily Carr - The Incredible Life and Adventures of a West Coast Artist "On a sketching trip with her friend Edythe Hembroff, Emily made the other woman swear not to peek while she hastily slipped into her nightie. This was odd considering how cheerfully Emily would defy social convention in many other ways. The woman who loved to shock others was quite easily shocked herself." This book will be especially fascinating for all readers interested in: biography history western Canada This is the story of a rebellious girl from BC who travelled the world in pursuit of her calling, only to find her true inspiration in the Canadian landscape she'd left behind. Despite numerous setbacks, she persevered. Today, Emily Carr is a Canadian icon. Her story is a testament to individuality and an inspiration to all.

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About the author (2003)

Cat Klerks has a degree in English from McGill University and a lifelong fascination with Canadian art. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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