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Bateman, robert McLellan

Publishe in 2A Magazine Issue #26 – Winter 2014

Forest Hill Collegiate Institute, Toronto, 1950
University of Toronto, B.A., Honours Geography, 1954
Ontario College of Education, 1955
Public Art Museum Collections:
Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia
Burlington Art Centre, Burlington, Ontario
Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin
Denver Art Museum
Hamilton Art Gallery, Ontario
Genesee Country Museum, New York
Glenbow Museum, Alberta
National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson WY

About The Robert Bateman Centre and The Foundation The Robert Bateman Centre is a virtual for the works of Robert Bateman and other artist inspired by nature. Additionally, it is a source for networking about in-nature education initiatives. This is supported by the Bateman Foundation. The bateman Foundation is a national, not-for-profit charity dedicated to education and public service based on the philosophies and legacy of Robert Bateman. The Foundation’s purpose is to support educational programs delivered by others to promote lifelong engagement with nature. Special emphasis is placed on programs for leaders and policy-makers, youth, families and First Nation. Robert Bateman’s perspective envisions new social values based on nature, art culture and well-being. The Foundation maintians the Bateman archives including a substatial collection of original art and all of Bateman’s preliminary works, writing and other material. You can support the work of The Bateman Centre & Foundation by contacting us at [email protected].


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