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Beautiful Northern Winter Scene, Georgian Bay Landscape, Canada Goose Migration, Iconic Painting by Frank Panabaker "Winter Storm" 1957

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Frank Panabaker, (1904-1992), A.R.C.A., is an artist closely associated with Hamilton, Ontario and during a lengthy career enjoyed a considerable international reputation for his iconic paintings of the Canadian landscape.

A member of the Allied Artists of America and one of a handful of Canadians ever to be elected to the group, much of his subject matter was local scenes in and around Ancaster, Ontario, the Dundas valley and marsh, and of course, Hamilton. He documented the life and times of the Steel City from the 1940's, through to the 1990's; there’s even a street named after him there – but also painted landscapes across almost every Canadian province and even down into Vermont and the Bahamas.

His paintings have a pastoral or romantic look to them and the paintings showing windswept trees around Georgian Bay also became a hallmark, as have his winter scenes. (His works are found on Canadian Stamps).

He studied art in a variety of locations, beginning with the art classes of F. McGillivray and Elizabeth Knowles who had established a school at Hespeler in an old Mennonite church no longer used for worship and later at the Ontario College of Art under Arthur Lismer and J.E.H. MacDonald, original members of the Group of Seven.

From early in his career he was a fully self-supported professional artist enjoying many successful exhibitions at home and abroad. During the depression years he parked himself inside the lobby of steel mills, banks, corporate offices, and anywhere he got permission and sold his works, basically on the street.

The story goes that Sara D. Roosevelt, mother of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, purchased a small seascape at one of his exhibitions. When this was reported in a Toronto newspaper, 18 more pictures were sold in the next two days.

He is a listed Canadian artist with his works represented by:

University of British Columbia - Fine Arts Library
Vancouver Art Gallery - Library
Winnipeg Art Gallery - Clara Lander Library
Hamilton Public Library - Local History and Archives Department
London Public Library
Library and Archives Canada - Art and Photography Section Library
National Gallery of Canada - Library and Archives / Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography
Art Gallery of Ontario - Edward P. Taylor Research Library and Archives
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts - Library

Later in his life, his artworks were produced as limited edition prints and posters.

Frank Panabaker painted up until the last week of his life, up until he was 88 in 1992. He was a very beloved artist.

This Limited edition is numbered 808/950, in good condition ready to hang.


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Frame: 24" x 30"
Image: 18" x 22 1/2"
Frank Panabaker, (1904-1992), A.R.C.A., is an artist closely associated with Hamilton, Ontario and during a lengthy career enjoyed a considerable international reputation for his iconic paintings of the Canadian landscape.

A member of the Allied Artists of America and one of a handful of Canadians ever to be elected to the group, much of his subject matter was local scenes in and around Ancaster, Ontario, the Dundas valley and marsh, and of course, Hamilton. He documented the life and times of the Steel City from the 1940's, through to the 1990's; there’s even a street named after him there – but also painted landscapes across almost every Canadian province and even down into Vermont and the Bahamas.

His paintings have a pastoral or romantic look to them and the paintings showing windswept trees around Georgian Bay also became a hallmark, as have his winter scenes. (His works are found on Canadian Stamps).

He studied art in a variety of locations, beginning with the art classes of F. McGillivray and Elizabeth Knowles who had established a school at Hespeler in an old Mennonite church no longer used for worship and later at the Ontario College of Art under Arthur Lismer and J.E.H. MacDonald, original members of the Group of Seven.

From early in his career he was a fully self-supported professional artist enjoying many successful exhibitions at home and abroad. During the depression years he parked himself inside the lobby of steel mills, banks, corporate offices, and anywhere he got permission and sold his works, basically on the street.

The story goes that Sara D. Roosevelt, mother of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, purchased a small seascape at one of his exhibitions. When this was reported in a Toronto newspaper, 18 more pictures were sold in the next two days.

He is a listed Canadian artist with his works represented by:

University of British Columbia - Fine Arts Library
Vancouver Art Gallery - Library
Winnipeg Art Gallery - Clara Lander Library
Hamilton Public Library - Local History and Archives Department
London Public Library
Library and Archives Canada - Art and Photography Section Library
National Gallery of Canada - Library and Archives / Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography
Art Gallery of Ontario - Edward P. Taylor Research Library and Archives
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts - Library

Later in his life, his artworks were produced as limited edition prints and posters.

Frank Panabaker painted up until the last week of his life, up until he was 88 in 1992. He was a very beloved artist.

This Limited edition is numbered 808/950, in good condition ready to hang.


Free Shipping to Canada and Continental United States.

Frame: 24" x 30"
Image: 18" x 22 1/2"

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I typically use Canada Post First Class Mail.

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If you are interested in shipping upgrades - including expedited shipping methods like, FedEx Express and FedEx 2Day - please convo me before purchase so the shipping cost can be adjusted accordingly.

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Beautiful Northern Winter Scene, Georgian Bay Landscape, Canada Goose Migration, Iconic Painting by Frank Panabaker "Winter Storm" 1957

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