oil on canvas
50.9 x 62 cm
Inscribed l.l.: C.W. Jefferys '14
- “From the Exhibition of the Ontario Society of Artists.” In The Globe, March 21, 1914, p. A3. Illus.
four illustrations with no commentary, including
“’A WINTER AFTERNOON,’ BY CHARLES W. JEFFERYS.”
- Holme, Charles, ed. Art of the British Empire overseas. London, The Studio,
1916 144 p. Illus.
p.6 - “Charles William Jefferys (pp. 21 and 23), after an apprenticeship at illustration, was the first Canadian to paint the rolling prairie lands of the west, where the red wheat waves in the summer breeze as far as the eye can reach, round homesteads which lie like oases in a desert of gold, and the spring flowers surpass all imagination. This is, however, not the artist’s only achievement, for the National Gallery acquired an exquisitely truthful study of winter snows called Winter Afternoon (p. 21), and more recently still a tenderly intimate water-colour of willows fluttering above a brawling stream.”
p.21 - “Winter afternoon”
p.23 - “Western sunlight”
- Hubbard, R.H. The National Gallery of Canada, catalogue of paintings and sculpture: volume III, Canadian school. Ottawa, The Gallery, 1960 463 p. Illus.
p. 147 - “The prospector” A156
“C.W. Jefferys 1869-1952 [sic] short bio and cv
p.148 - “Winter afternoon” A 326
“Western sunlight, Lost Mountain Lake” A942
“Willow Creek, August” A1196
“Rocks of Georgian Bay” A1485
lots more listed
- Jefferys, C.W. “A winter afternoon”. In The Globe, March 21, 1914, p. A3. Illus.
one of 4 illustrations, with no commentary that I can find. Other 3 by Suzor-Cote, Lawren Harris and E. W. Grier. All 4 are subtitled : “From the Exhibition at the Ontario Society of Artists.”
- Ontario Society of Artists. Forty-second annual exhibition. Toronto, OSA,1914. 32 p. plus plates.
p.5 - “Officers C.W. Jefferys, President…”
p.6 - “Ontario Society of Artists Members…Jefferys, C.W…York Mills, Ont.”
p.17 - “Jefferys, Charles W. 79 The Snowshoers. $350.00
The Dark Woods. $200.00.
Winter Afternoon. $200.00” [illus.]
Plate 81 - “Winter Afternoon. Charles W. Jefferys.”
- Stacey, Robert. “The doctrine of the spruce and the pine.” In Northward Journal, no. 20, 1981, p. 35-40. Illus.
p.37 - “Winter Afternoon, 1914”
p.38 - “The Frozen Lake, 1913”