CA ACU SPC F0162
- 1829-1998 (Creation)
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Extent and medium
11.7075 m of textual records and other material.
Name of creator
Canadian artist, designer, teacher and writer Stephen Andrews was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, on May 16, 1922. Studied art at Winnipeg School of Art, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Camberwell School of Arts, London, England, privately with Martin Bloch in London, England, at the Académie Julian, Paris, France, and the Scuola del Mosaics, Ravenna, Italy. Died in Spain in 1995. Biographical information available in Biographical dictionary of Saskatchewan artists, v. 2, 1990, p. 5-8; Canadian art, v. 1, 1988, p. 12-13; Canadian who's who, v. 29, 1994, p. 22; and A dictionary of Canadian artists, 5th ed., v. 1, 1997, p. 122.
Donated by Susan Wood in 2001, 2005 and 2007.
Immediate source of acquisition or transfer
Content and structure area
Scope and content
Fonds consists of correspondence; diaries and notebooks; manuscripts of articles, film treatment, lectures, novel, poems, prose, reviews, short stories, speeches and stage plays; published works; sketchbooks; photographs; works about S. Andrews; teaching related material; theatrical design related material; juvenalia; exhibition catalogues; scrapbooks; miscellaneous; and realia.
Appraisal, destruction and scheduling
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Conditions governing access
No restrictions on access.
Conditions governing reproduction
Language of material
Script of material
Language and script notes
Text in English.
Physical characteristics and technical requirements
File level inventory available at repository.
Allied materials area
Existence and location of originals
Existence and location of copies
Related units of description
Title based on contents of the fonds.
Includes 6.9055 m of textual records; 3.435 m of sketchbooks containing ink, pencil, charcoal, pastel and watercolour sketches and multi-media collages as well as loose watercolour, pastel, oil, ink, pencil and charcoal sketches; 0.906 m of photographs; 650 slides; 19 linocut blocks; and 0.0625 m of realia including rubber stamps, a wallet and fabric patches.