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[Churchyard]

The item consists of one watercolour painting by Gwladys Woodward (also spelled Gladys) . The title of the painting is not known but depicts a churchyard. Another painting (PDP10269b) is on the reverse. The painting is not signed.

Woodward, Gladys

[Trees]

The item consists of one watercolour painting by Gwladys Woodward (also spelled Gladys) . The title of the painting is not known but depicts a group of trees. Another painting (PDP10269a) is on the reverse. The painting is not signed.

Woodward, Gladys

Among the Islands

The item consists of one watercolour painting by Gwladys Woodward (also spelled Gladys) entitled “Among the Islands.” The painting was exhibited in the Island Arts and Crafts Society exhibition of 1920, according to cumulative list in artists files.

Woodward, Gladys

Firs at Qualicum

The item consists of one watercolour painting by Gwladys Woodward (also spelled Gladys) entitled “Firs at Qualicum.” The painting was exhibited in the Island Arts and Crafts Society exhibition in 1932.

“Gwladys Woodward $10.00” is written on verso. “Bill’s Art Studio 712 Cormorant Street [Victoria]” is stamped on verso.

Woodward, Gladys

Island Arts and Crafts Society : presentation portfolio

The file consists of one hardcover folio, which contains 19 loose artworks created by various artists associated with the Island Arts and Crafts Society (IACS). The portfolio is inscribed with the name "Mrs. N.P. Shaw". The portfolio was presented to Ella Gertrude Shaw, nee Lugrin (Mrs. N.P. Shaw) in March 1925 upon her departure from Victoria to Vancouver. Shaw was a founding member of the IACS and exhibited from 1910-1922 at the Society's annual exhibitions.