Arthur Donald Price

Canadian (221918 - 22008)
Arthur Donald Price was a Canadian artist.
From records, the highest price paid at auction for a pastel work attributed to Arthur Donald Price (221918-22008) was C$977 - paid for "My Four Loves" at Cowley Abbott in Toronto on Wed, Jun 22, 2016. has 3 auction art sale records for their pastel results, with prices in the range of C$50 to C$1,000.

Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canadian artist Arthur Donald Price attended Western Technical School where he received a bursary to study at the Ontario College of Art in the evenings, under various teachers including Franklin H. Carmichael, George Pepper and Frederick S. Haines. Naturally creative, he worked as a free-lance commercial artist, and later went on to study dance with Boris Volkoff, build sets and appear in productions. Later, Price studied pattern-making and industrial design. In 1943 he went to the National Film Board as a set designer and part-time animator working with Norman McLaren. It was while working at the N.F.B. that he met and married Dalila Barbeau, daughter of noted ethnologist and folklorist Dr. Marius Barbeau.

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