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- Gwladys Clovelly L. Woodward
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Gladys, or Gwladys, Woodward was born in 1885 in Gloucester England. It is unknown when she moved to Victoria; she offered watercolour classes in the Victoria Times Colonist in 1928.
Woodward was an active member of the Island Arts and Crafts Society, participating in group exhibitions between 1932 and 1943. She was one of a number of signatories to boycott the National Gallery of Canada in 1932 because of existing exhibition and purchase policies related to Canadian artists.
Gladys Woodward is buried at Ross Bay Cemetary.
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- Revised: SBUTTERFIELD 2021-03-09
Appleton, Marion B, ed. Who’s Who in Northwest Art : A Biographical Directory of Persons in the Pacific Northwest Working in the Media of Painting, Sculpture, Graphic Arts, Illustration, Design, and the Handicrafts. Seattle, WA: Frank McCaffrey, 1941.
Artists in Canada, 1982 : A Union List of Files = Artistes Du Canada :Une Liste Collective Des Dossiers. Ottawa, ON.: National Gallery Association, 1982.
“Canadian Artists Unite to Boycott National Gallery. Agree to Refuse to Send Work to Exhibits Sponsored by Institution. Policy Is Protested.” Montreal Gazette. January 9, 1932.
McMann, Evelyn de R. Biographical Index of Artists in Canada. Book, Whole. Toronto;Buffalo; University of Toronto Press, 2003.
Sim Publishing. “Gwladys (Also Gladys) Clovelly L. Woodward.” British Columbia Artists. Accessed November 22, 2020.
Tuele, Nicholas, 1948, Roberta Jane Pazdro 1954, Christina B. Johnson-Dean 1944, and Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. British Columbia Women Artists, 1885-1985: An Exhibition Organized by Nicholas Tuele at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. Book, Whole. Victoria, B.C: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, 1985.