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Senator Patricia Bovey on Into the Light: L.L. FitzGerald

In this six-part video series, hear from The Honourable Patricia Bovey, FRSA, FCMA, Senator for Manitoba and Director Emerita Winnipeg Art Gallery, as she visits Into the Light: L.L. FitzGerald at the WAG!

Throughout these short videos, Senator Patricia Bovey reflects on L.L. FitzGerald’s history, both his private life and his artistic career. She notes the transformation of FitzGerald’s works from Impressionistic to Realism, and to Abstraction. You’ll hear about some of FitzGerald’s influences, and some historic tidbits about the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

Enjoy the series here. Keep watching after the first video to see them all!


5 thoughts on "Senator Patricia Bovey on Into the Light: L.L. FitzGerald"

Oliver Botar says:

Wonderful videos Pat!

Michael Parke-Taylor says:

Senator Bovey has a wealth of knowledge about FitzGerald which is wonderfully communicated in this video series. These are a must-watch for anyone who wishes to know more about the artist. Bravo!

Karen Kisiow says:

Terrific video!

Viola Davidson says:

Thank you for these videos. I had toured this exhibition with friends, and we enjoyed admiring and trying to understand Fitzgerald’s wonderful works. I appreciate Senator Bovey’s interpretations. I gained a better understanding.

Winnipeg Art Gallery says:

So glad to hear this, Viola!

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