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Albert Curtis Williamson

Curtis Albert Williamson was born in Brampton, Ontarion in 1867. He spent over ten years travelling and studying abroad in France and Holland during the 1880's. 

Williamson was a founding member and secretary of the Canadian Art Club, as well member of its executive council in the early 1900's. He was also a member of The Royal Canadian Academy. 

He was recognized as a leading portraitist, he also painted genre scenes, interiors and landscapes.

In 1904, he returned to Toronto, Ontario and that was awarded a silver medal at the St Louis Universal Exposition.

He died in 1944. 

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