MARY ALBERTA CLELAND; (1876-1960) Print Biography
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Cleland studied at the Art Association of Montreal under William Brymner (1894). She later taught at the AAM (1898-1937). She travelled in Italy (c.1905) and painted landscapes and city scenes in New England and Quebec. She also painted floral still life and portraits in pastel and watercolour, as well as working in sculpture. She exhibited at the RCA from 1899-1947 and the AAM from 1897-1943. Her work is represented in the NGC.