Greg Curnoe (1936-1992) was a remarkable Canadian painter best known for his association with London Regionalism. He transformed his disdain for the infectious nature of American art and culture into an intelligent and colourful commitment to his immediate environment. Curnoe left a permanent mark on the Canadian art world infrastructure by co-founding Canadian Artists' Representation (CARFAC) with fellow regionalist painter Jack Chambers in 1968, and co-founding Forest City Gallery in 1973. He was cycling when his life was tragically cut short by a reckless truck driver.
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