Lillian Freiman Collection

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Collection of correspondence, artwork, reviews, pencil and chalk renderings, ephemera relating to artist Lillian Freiman (born in Guelph).

Lillian Freiman lived in France for several years and had an exhibition of her works in the Salon d'Automne in Paris. Later she made her home in New York City. Her work is represented in collections in England, France, Canada and the United States. She has had one-man shows in the Knoedler Gallery in New York City and in several other centres including Palm Beach, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa and Guelph.



Types of Materials

  • Artifacts
  • Artwork
  • Unpublished Material and Manuscripts


1.04 m

How to Access This Resource

XR1 MS A360

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