This collection contains the papers of Canadian-American painter Arthur Rozaire (1879-1922) and documents
multiple generations of the Rozaire (or Rosaire) family from 1839 to 2004. Includes exhibition catalogs and art-related publications
Rozaire and other artists; genealogical materials; correspondence, including a large number of letters
from Rozaire's colleagues and friends following his death; and photographs chiefly of Rozaire family members.
Arthur Dominique Rozaire (Rosaire) (1879-1922) was born in Montreal, Canada, on
January 17, 1879, to Dominique Joseph Francois Rosaire, a decorative designer, and
Mary Hammall. Rozaire attended the Quebec Council of Arts and Manufactures at
Monument National. There he studied under Edmond Dyonnet. Upon graduation, Rozaire
continued his studies at the Art Association of Montreal (AAM). Rozaire again
studied under respected Canadian artists William Brymner and Maurice Cullen.
548 items + ephemera in 6 boxes
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