Robert Bateman was born in 1930 in North Toronto, Ontario. As a teen,
he worked in a wildlife research camp in Algonquin Park, reinforcing his love
of the wilderness, naturalist study and the landscape that dominated much of
the Group of Seven artists’ work some 20 years before. His way of working
provides him with the opportunity to include his love of nature much more
directly in his art. As an outstanding contributor to Canadian culture, he was
named an officer of the Order of Canada in 1984.
For more information on Robert Bateman, visit his website.
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