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Paul Sinclair Andrew (born 1908-died 2000) is a Canadian born painter of a second wave of young artists who studied in Montreal under the group of seven painters during the 1920's. Paul S. Andrew studied first with academician Adam Sherrif Scott and later Group of Seven painters Edwin Holgate and Arthur Lismer. The art community of Montreal during the 1920's and 1930's is a historically important time in Canadian art history.
The artwork of Paul Sinclair Andrew is collected by the several major public art galleries across Canada. The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia owns an exceptional collection of Andrew portraits from the 1930's in which the teachings of
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